In this collection of short stories based on his acclaimed Werewolf Saga, author Steven E. Wedel reveals back story about some of the major characters in the series. Who made the Old Ones and why? How did Ulrik come to be the first werewolf born in the New World? Was Shara destined to become a werewolf? These questions and more are answered in these stories. This is a can't-miss addition to The Werewolf Saga that fans of the series will want to add to their bookshelves.
©2016 Steven E. Wedel (P)2016 Steven E. Wedel
Not for squeamish.
This is my first book about werewolves, but I really enjoyed how the author dealt with the subject.
I really enjoyed how he handled the different character voices & accents.
"Okie Werewolf Looking For Love" was very funny.
I can't wait for the next collaboration of Steven Wedel & Theo Holland.
I am not so much into the genre' of this book, but like Werewolves, so I gave this one a try. Unfortunately, these are short stories, character studies, of figures who have appeared in a series by the author, and I think one would be better off beginning with the series rather than these short stories.
Theo Holland, the narrator, I enjoy. He has an every-man voice, a touch of a region, and extremely listenable, sort of alike a "Henry Fonda" type of reader. He provides the right inflection to alter the various character voices, and does females well, which means not making them sound like a high pitched cartoon, which male readers can tend to do.
Since these were short stories, there really was no one ending.
On par as a whole. I like though when the story he reads has to do with some American town, because then his regional accent really fits, but it does not get in the way in this case either.
It was shorter, so yes. Had it been longer, I might have given it up.
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