Monday, November 14, 2011

Book Review: Vargulf by Tim Garrity

Werewolf Horror book review

This is a review of the Kindle version.

A by-the-numbers book. Opens with a werewolf attack… proceeds to the character(s) setup.. more werewolf attacks... Rinse, Lather, Repeat... Very Generic...

The two main protagonists reminded me of the 2 leads from the movie Se7en. One is the experienced and calm and the other young and hot-headed and has a family. The resemblance to the movie stops there. The book possesses none of the suspense or the thrills provided by that movie, despite the obvious advantage of having a lycanthropic villain.

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I would recommend Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter by Brian P. Easton and City underthe Moon by Hugh Sterbakov. Both these books are, in my humble opinion, near the top of the list when it comes to Werewolf fiction and will enthrall the readers. 

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