eBook Werewolf epub

by Greg Hair

eBook Werewolf epub
  • ISBN: 1456534467
  • Author: Greg Hair
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 18, 2011)
  • Pages: 294 pages
  • ePUB size: 1249 kb
  • FB2 size 1137 kb
  • Formats txt lit lrf lrf


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Landon Murphy, a werewolf who has a knack for tracking, a penchant for killing, and an affinity for the bottle.

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11 July 2011 ·. Cullen selling my book. 1981 London Werewolf of America. Don't judge a book by its cover. 25,279,673 Views · 28 March. 5,371 Views · 23 April.

So, you’re a werewolf, he said. Just like you, she responded. What was that all about tonight?. I thought I just told you, she quipped. Yeah, you said you’re a monster. Is that how you see yourself?. I used to. I guess sometimes I still do. It depends on what kind of day I’m having.

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There were things I liked about this story and things I didn’t like. I liked Mr. Hair’s take on werewolves and the different things they could do. I loved the form back while in mid-air. I loved that the group with our main character, Landon, were crime fighters. If you were into moonshining they would probably help you, but if you were into crimes against women and children, well then you were mincemeat.

When it was all over, the nine-foot-tall werewolf towered over the trembling man. The creature bent slowly, its exhaling heat warming the pedophile’s cold face.

ISBN: 1456534467 ISBN-13: 9781456534462 E-Book ISBN: 978-1-4392-8086-7 Library of Congress Control Number: 2011900744 Contents. When it was all over, the nine-foot-tall werewolf towered over the trembling man.

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Landon Murphy, a werewolf who has a knack for tracking, a penchant for killing, and an affinity for the bottle, walks the streets at night removing from society those who would escape the limits of the law. Further compounding his life is a serial killer, and the addition of two individuals, LillyAnna and Jamie, whom he helps introduce to the larger world of the supernatural.

Landon Murphy, a werewolf who has a knack for tracking, a penchant for killing, and an affinity for the bottle, walks the streets at night removing from society those who would escape the limits of the law. Further compounding his life is a serial killer, and the addition of two individuals, LillyAnna and Jamie, whom he helps introduce to the larger world of the supernatural. Landon soon discovers, however, that he's not the only werewolf with secrets...
Comments: (7)
Nejind
I enjoyed the werewolf story so much that I hated having finished it. I had not realized it was the first in a three part story till the very end. The end of this book suggests their is another volume. I was so happy to find their was another book in this story then I found it was actually a trilogy. Oh joy oh bliss oh Crepe Susette as Doctor Smith used to say on Lost In Space.

I actually love a good werewolf story and this one is first rate. I enjoy seeing Werewolves in roles as super hero's. I have more than enough imagination to fill in the plot holes and continuity problems rampant in this book. The characters are well developed. The werewolf lore in this book is somewhat different but not so strange as to violate the basic literal and folklore werewolf cannons too much.

I ended up caring about the good guys and hating the bad guys. The plot is not always predictable. The plot has twists and turns that are unexpected and satisfying upon conclusion. With an Amazon.com name AUTISTIC WEREWOLF you can see I am not exactly unbiased but if you love a good werewolf book this is it. For a few dollars you aren't going to get Stephen King but for the price you get your monies worth in the first book of the three book Werewolf series.

I enjoyed this first book so much I immediately purchased the last two books in this Werewolf series. I have purchased many things from Amazon.com but I am really enjoying this Kindle. I have always had a great love of reading but I'm old now and diabetes has set in. I can no longer see well enough to read printed books. My kindle lights up. My kindle can make the font big and readable. The appropriately named Kindle has reKindled my love of reading. I have been buying werewolf kindle books by the score and will continue to do so. This was another of my best Werewolf Book finds.
komandante
Werewolves and vampires seem to abound in recent books and movies, and when they are both in the same vehicle, they tend to be at odds with each other. In Werewolf, this trend is shifted so that the two types of supernatural beings are allies, working together for the good of humanity.

The story opens up with Landon Murphy, a werewolf whose skill is in tracking down kidnapped children. And woe behold the kidnappers. Landon believes in vigilante justice, not the courts of law. When he comes across two more newly-turned werewolves, he recruits them into the service of humanity, taking them to where the leaders of the werewolf-vampire organization teach and train new werewolves and vampires.

Landon is perhaps the most fleshed-out of the book's many characters. He is troubled with some dark secrets in his past, and his motivations for working for the good are entirely believable. In some ways he could be considered the cliché bad-good guy, but I think the author pulls this off.

Other characters were perhaps not so well developed, though. Jamie, one of the young werewolves under his care, is rather one-dimensional and not very believable. His actions did not make too much sense to me. His reactions to love and lust did not seem too real, but his actions as the story progressed were more of a problem to me. And without giving away too much, I didn't really get to motivation of one of the story's two antagonists. As the author chose to write his novel in an omniscient third-person narrative mode, I think it is incumbent upon him to give the reader all the details which motivate and develop the story's characters.

There were a few problems with details in the book. One small example was that two characters had a short lead on two others in aircraft, where one plane was halfway across the Atlantic while the other was still over Spain, both heading to Boston. Yet that plane in the lead was able to fly to Louisville first, land, the passengers were able take care of something, then get back in the air and fly to Boson where they were able do some nefarious deed before the second plane could even get there.

Another minor thing which bothered me while reading was the continual reference to specific songs and the artists who sang them. This seemed to be the author's favorite tool in his writing toolbox, but to me, at least, it became distracting. I got the same feeling when in an arboretum, so many Southern Hemisphere plants were listed one after the other that is became almost a rote memorization of a horticultural primer.

The author certainly thought out his version of werewolves and vampires. His reasoning behind their cooperation was interesting and logical. He also explained quite a bit of the "science" in back of both. As the author of the book, he has carte blanche to create his own view of werewolves. But in my opinion, and this is only opinion as we are dealing with mythological creatures, after all, I think he might have missed the mark a bit. One running theme with most werewolves and vampires is that they cannot get drunk due to their bodies' ability to heal. In Werewolf, while the quickest way to heal is to transform between human to were or were to human (actually, a very nice and unique touch which has ramifications later on in the book), each form also heals quickly, albeit not instantaneously. So I would think the inability to get drunk would still hold true.

One more bothersome thing, though, was the werewolves reliance on claws and for slashing. First, the term "claw" was used for both the actual claws and for the entire paw. But more of an issue was that these werewolves grew out their claws to puncture, stab, and slash their targets, even to the extent that their jaws became secondary weapons. Wolves do not do this, and in my opinion, a werewolf should not be so different from a wolf that entirely new behaviours are exhibited, even when the werewolves are the half-man/half-wolf rendition. I have to stress, though, that this is just a personal opinion. The author can create any type of werewolf he pleases. I am just writing that this bothered me.

On the other hand, as I wrote before, I really liked the need to transform between were and man in order to instantaneously heal. I had never read that in another werewolf story before, and it made for some very entertaining fight sequences. Another good point was that the aspect of being nude after changing from werewolf to human was perhaps better handled in this book than in most. To me, that indicates that the author really thought out the "logistics," so-to-speak, of actually being a werewolf.

At the core of Werewolf was a good story of a vigilante werewolf in pursuit of child kidnappers and serial killers. The introduction of the Werewolf/Vampire Senate was interesting and good background. I do think, however, that the author should have stuck with this and developed it more. I feel there might have been too much else thrown into the storyline, and things like teenage werewolf/vampire love could have easily been left out, making this a tauter, more focused novel.

I would love to read more of Landon's adventures, with a focus on fighting crime as a werewolf. I believe the author could give that a very interesting treatment.
Deodorant for your language
First book in a three book series - it grabs you right away and makes you care about what the hero is doing. I truly enjoyed not just this book, but the other two as well. I wish there were more of these! Well done, Mr. Hair.
tref
A great page turner. Couldn't put it down. Going to the other books in the trilogy. I am hooked. Yes !
Uranneavo
Werewolf is a wonderful creation that manages to successfully combine established werewolf attributes and also add a new twist to them all the while not sacrificing anything of what makes either aspect intriguing. The novel has exceedingly likeable and very genuine charterers, just the right amount of action, as well as, a very well thought out plot, keeping the audience turning the pages. The novel has something for everyone. I enjoyed the novel and anticipate the next book in the trilogy.
Ichalote
I think that any young adult would enjoy reading this book.
I also believe that a lot of young people may identify with
Some of the characters and think about the things happening
in their own life.
Jusari
Couldn't put this book down. I had me on the edge of my seat for the whole book unquestionably one of the best
Very good read. I enjoyed this book tremendously. It kept me engaged and I read it pretty fast. I will look for more from this author.
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