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Author : Greg Sigley
Obsession is about a happy loving couple who was looking forward to their upcoming wedding and spending the rest of their life's together. Sarah Blake and Jake Lane attended their luxurious engagement party and met some new and old faces that they haven't seen in a while. Jake's brother Barry…
Wake of the Werewolf - Geoffrey Caine Horror Book Review
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A pretty enjoyable book, but not great. The first half of the book was pretty good and what I would have expected. But then there are some king-size plot contrivances and the second half of the book is a little… different. Some of the gore and sex seemed thrown in just to make the book more interesting.
I haven’t read the first book in the series, so maybe I’m missing some character development from that book, but there were some scenes where I was going “what!?”. Suspension of dis-belief, sure, but don’t push it this far.
Caine doesn’t really add anything new to the werewolf mythos, but it’s still a pretty good book; just not great. The creatures in the book are probably closer to wendigo than werewolf.
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Title: Wake of the Werewolf
Rating: 3.75 / 5 stars from 4 users.
Author: Geoffrey Caine,
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