They've been with us forever - prowling the smoky roadhouse dives that are their watering holes and hunting grounds. Predators, lurking amidst the human herd.
Changing shape at will. Lusting for blood and meat they are gods in the wild. Gods in disguise. And they feed on the spark inside each of us.
Syd was just another lonely working class guy singing the steel-town blues. Then he met Nora. She's sensual, Erotic. Amoral. A creature of the night and she's luring Syd across the line that few can cross - and fewer survive: the line that separates man from beast.
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I really enjoyed the narrator.
I liked the unexpected twists and turns of the story. This was a very different werewolf story. When Vaughn came and collected Nora, I expected that Sid would go after her. Another memorable moment was finding out that Jane AND her grandmother AND her parents were werewolves. Didn't see that coming!
His narration "took" me into the angst of the characters. I don't think I would've gotten the same impression if I had read the book.
Sid, because he didn't know what was happening to him. Nora, because she was a crazy but tortured soul. And at the end, I actually felt for Vaughn, when he found his true love, only to have Nora make him kill her. The whole Nora-Vaughn thing -- co-dependence at its worst.
- Willette A. Hill "science fiction lover, horror lover, but also like fiction"
This is a good story with likeable characters. I'm hoping for a sequel.