Sylvester Logan James' feud with the Beast has wracked his body and bedeviled his soul, but after 25 years it has failed to satisfy his need for vengeance.
When a werewolf delivers a pair of severed heads, Sylvester Logan James finds himself embroiled in an ancient grudge between the First Beast Prince and the seven Wolves who tried to overthrow him. Baited by a trail of dead werewolves and tracking a particularly cunning Wolf with its own agenda, Sylvester journeys across the world - from Belize to Botswana, Morocco to Malta, and Cyprus into the Himalayas on the most important hunt of his life, one that will lead him into the very lair of the Beast and to the werewolf who was once his mother. Here is one last unflinching entry in the Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter - a final measure of redemptive violence where every victory is dearly purchased and honor is poisoned by shame. Don't turn away.
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Long Trilogy, sometimes confusing but holds intere
The ending! I don't know how the publishers failed to notice that the ending was absolutely pathetic! A very disappointing end to what was going to be a brilliant series of books. In fact, the final encounter with the main wolf in the second book wasn't great either.
Yes, though I hope poor endings aren't a symptom of all his stories.
Engaging, Clear, Fantastic
After reading the first two books in the series I was really looking forward to a great ending. Instead, what I got was pathetic. The character of the "Kin Slayer" (i.e. the ultimate wolf) was built up throughout the book with Sylvester wondering pointlessly (in my opinion) around the world. However, when he finally encounters this most dominant of wolves, the whole story just dries up and ends in a whimper. Very, very, very disappointing.
- Mukuka Mwamba