While wandering about at my local bookshop I came across a werewolf book that sounds awesome! I had never heard of it before then, and of course, I had to come here and share it with you. The book is called Dust of the Damned and it’s by Peter Brandvold. It’s just the type of badass book most of you love. Check out the details below.
“Mankind has fought the war against ghouls of all kinds since the beginning of time. The last stronghold of evil in the known world is the American frontier, but for how long? Bounty hunter Uriah Zane and US marshal Aubrey Coffin are humanity’s last hope to rid the world, once and for all, of this demon scourge…
The Hell’s Angels are a gang of werewolves who have escaped from Hellsgarde Federal Penitentiary. Originally they were recruited out of Eastern Europe by Abraham Lincoln to mercilessly tear the Confederates into submission at Gettysburg, thus ending the Civil War. But the Hell’s Angels never returned home. They headed west-to join the legions of other ghouls…
Armed with an arsenal of weapons, the deadliest being Marshal Aubrey Coffin, notorious ghoul-hunter Uriah Zane must stop the hordes of shape- shifting creatures pushing west. Aided by a beautiful Mexican witch and necromancer, werebeasts are searching the deserts for a coveted key, a key that could give the ghouls everlasting life and final dominion over the earth-with humans as their servants.
But first they must face the wrath of Zane, a man who understands better than most the twisted soul of the wolves….”
Sounds epic, right? I’m going to have to put this one on my (very long) to read list. I would have grabbed it while at the bookstore, but I had already bought a couple of new books to add to my already high reading pile (the used section gets me every time).
What are your thoughts on Dust of the Damned?
About the Author
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to werewolves and other supernatural beasties. She writes for top genre sites like Vampires.com and Werewolves.com. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of folklore with coffee in hand. You can stalk her via her Twitter.