Rabid and hungry for vengeance, one wolf won't stop until he's put to death.
A string of murders involving women are making the residents of Los Angeles panic. They're calling the serial killer the "rabid wolf" because he tears his prey open by the throat and leaves behind a maimed body.
Meanwhile, at the Lucidite Institute, the pack is training, under Zephyr's instruction. He knows that soon they'll have to go after the rabid wolf and also rescue other members of the pack. However, they need to work together in order to be successful. They need to operate as one.
Adelaide, knowing that she needs to put an end to Olento Research's corrupted experiments, goes undercover working at its sister company, Parantaa Research. It's as a new employee that she meets Mika Lenna, putting herself in a deadly position. As long as she maintains her cover then she can gain covert information and find out how to destroy Olento Research and its CEO.
However, Mika is tired of the Lucidites beating him. These are his werewolves. He's the one who invested in creating them. And now the shareholders are pressuring him to deliver. That's why he decides it's time he sees the future, like the Lucidites. He needs to know where the next werewolf will be and when. And he needs a monster that can take them down.
The stakes are even higher in the third installment of the Olento Research series. The villains are more deadly. The heroes are growing stronger. But who will win? Beast, man, or wolf?
RABID WOLF by Sarah Noffke Narrator: Elizabeth Klett 5* 2017/08/15
This 3rd audiobook in the enthralling Olento Research series is the best yet. It will have you on the edge of your seat and the hairs on the back of your neck standing to attention. Darker in nature than the other books, we get to see the workings of a warped mind, as the rabid wolf creates fear and anguish when he brutally murders women all across the city. The authors writing and the great narration makes you actually feel the terror of the women and the longing to kill that Hunter feels; it is both brutal and sad at the same time. This is a fast paced, exciting, anxiety filled story that still contains a great amount of humorous repartee. Tension mounts as we see Adelaide put herself in danger to try to find information, as Zephyr and the pack strive to capture Hunter before he kills again, the race to find the other wolves continues and all the while Mika and Drake are producing more creations. This story has great characters that grow from one book to the next and you can not help but love the easy, sarcastic back and forth between them. It's great to see the pack is becoming more cohesive, their talents growing and relationships forming. Mika is an excellent villain. He's crafty, intelligent but crazy as hell and the narrator shows this well. Then there is Drake, he totally lacks a conscience and reminds me of Josef Mengele. I not sure which of the bad guys is scarier. This is a great story that will keep you captivated from the first page to the last and leave you dying to get the next book
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things are getting really bad now. people are dying, there's werewolf protests, and Olento research has upped it's game. Adelaide goes under cover with no back up and Adin struggles to find a cure for the pack. there is violence and a wee bit of nudity. no major adult content. I would say ages 15-16+ . love the snarky humor in this series!
*I was provided with a free copy of this book by the author for review purposes. *
Book 3 of the Olento research series has left me needing more!
The werewolves have made the Lucidite institute their home and they are fitting in well with the rest of the dream travellers.
I love that we are learning more and more how the wolves came to be and what they are capable of.
I can not wait to find out how the pack and the lucidites will deal with the evil that is Olento!
Oh! Can't forget to mention that I absolutely adore how Adelaide's story is progressing!
I am so excited for more.
I am a Sarah Noffke addict!
As for narration, Elizabeth Klett is THE BOMB!
There is nothing else to be said :)
this series feels like werewolves for preteens
addy/Conner relationship is two broken people makes a whole. She pushes everyone away and his werewolf drive to find a mate makes him relentless made easier by the fact that she wants some to praise and accept her even with her bad attitude I wonder if it's also cause Conner and her father were both loners so it seems similar