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When a chance encounter between a squad of Hitler's elite SS troops and a band of gypsies ends in slaughter, the Nazis take a man named Janos Kaldy into custody for the killings. When they find that Kaldy is a werewolf, the Nazis bring in a beautiful young chemist and an aging doctor turned minister to aid in a daring, crazy plan. As the Dr. attempts to regress Kaldy through hypnotism to the root of his curse, the Nazis strive to isolate the enzyme that can turn an army of their troops into an unstoppable killing machine. Steeped in history and drenched in ancient religions and spiritual mystery, Lycanthropos is the original novel that was eventually rewritten into the novel Mark of the Werewolf. One of the most unique werewolf stories ever told.
©2011 Jeffrey Sackett (P)2012 David N. Wilson
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5 out of 5 stars
By TxWriter62 on 06-06-12

Good Read...Interesting take on Werewolf Lore

I???m not a huge monster fan. I don???t dig too many Vampire, Werewolf, or Frankenstein stories; and cannot stand (nor do I get) Zombies. But this story is worth the read/listen. I listened to this while working my night schedule in my service business and the atmosphere of the story had me glancing occasionally at the moon and wondering, ???What if?????? That is the mark of a good author.

The author has written a story populated by rich and believable characters, set in a period of history that continues to fascinate us and allows the story to remain relatively timeless, regardless of when it???s read.

The writing is tight with a solid plot twist that is very well executed at just the right time in the story. Well done!

~L. Fleming
Tyler, Texas

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5 out of 5 stars
By Dr Dionne P Joseph on 04-29-12

one of my best ever listens on audible

A great listen. Very difficult at times. Some of story is set in concentration camps where medical experiments are carried out. This is very harrowing, so be prepared, especially I would imagine, if any of your family members experienced this time first-hand. The overall story though is excellent, well-thought out and beautifully read.

One of my best listens in over 5 years and with nearly 500 audiobooks under my belt. Cant wait for more from this talented and imaginative author and pls, whoever, keep the same narrator!

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3 out of 5 stars
By P. E. Haynes on 03-18-12

good pulp fiction!

3 out of 5 counts as a good book for me!

Fairly decent WW2 horror fiction, enough of a plot in there and quite atmospheric in terms of Eastern Europe in the 1940s.

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