Yet as the line between human and beast blurs, so too does the distinction between hunter and hunted...for Chey is more than just the victim she appears to be. But once she's within killing range, she may find that - even for a werewolf - it's not always easy to go for the jugular.
©2009 David Wellington; (P)2009 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
I totally enjoyed this book, it's a very unusual take on werewolves. You usually read about the packs in the cities and werewolf politics and fighting with vampires, etc. This is a totally different side on the tale and makes you feel for the wolf. Excellent writing and the author was very good also.
I felt like I was watching paint dry, so bad.
They could have taken out half of the book and it would have been better. I felt like I was blind and in a art gallery with some one describing a painting, which is bad for a book, then there is the doulble triple words such as blood, blood, blood, or Silver, silver, silver.
Don't waste your money.
The worst book I've ever listened to. I kept hoping it would get better but it never did. At times I almost wanted to scream it was so annoying.
Boring and annoying. I wanted to rate it a zero but it wouldn't let me.
Not much point in going into much detail, as there really isn't much to tell you about the book. Long and drawn out with no point. All the characters are either boring or annoying, I totally hated the wimpy, whiny female character.
Just don't do it.
Sorry this book just didn't do anything for me. I didn't feel I got to know the charaters and the motive behind the story, well lets just say I felt it was quite drawn out.
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