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Werewolf Book Attack!

There are very few new werewolf book releases lately, but fortunately, there are LOADS of fantastic werewolf books already lining bookstore shelves. Some old, some new, there’s a mountain of incredible stories available for the wolf fans. Instead of focusing so much on what’s to come, here’s a look at some older werewolf novels you may have never even known existed.

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Blood Blade by Marcus Pelegrimas
Book one in the Skinners series, the werewolves may not necessarily be the stars of this book, but since it sounds badass I am adding it to the list of potentially good reads. According to the Blood Blade description, “There is a world you don’t know about, inhabited by supernatural creatures of darkness—vampires, werewolves, and all manner of savage, impossible beasts that live for terror and slaughter and blood. They are all around us but you cannot see them, for knowledge of their presence—so close and so hungry—would surely drive any ordinary human insane. But for centuries a special breed of hunter has kept the monsters at bay, preventing them from breaking through the increasingly fragile barriers protecting our mortal realm. These guardians are called skinners. But beware . . . for there are very few of them left.”

Moon Called by Patricia Briggs
This is the first book in the Mercy Thompson series, which is one of the better known werewolf series out there. Mercy Thompson’s life is not exactly normal. Her next-door neighbor is a werewolf. Her former boss is a gremlin. And she’s fixing a VW bus for a vampire. But then, Mercy isn’t exactly normal herself.

Wolf Moon by Charles de Lint
His name when he was human was Kern. Now he is the most feared of beings: a werewolf. When the change first came upon him, his parents drove him away with silver daggers. Later, he sought human companionship, but he could not hide the truth for long. And so he kept running until he ran headlong into the deadliest pursuer of all – a harper bent on stealing his life away. By chance Kern was able to find refuge at the Inn of the Yellow Tinker, and the woman he was destined to love. But can he risk both human and harper vengeance to keep her?

Moonlight by Rachel Hawthorne
In this young adult romance, Kayla is the nature lover, the all-American beauty who can’t understand why she’s so drawn to distant, brooding Lucas. Adopted as a young child, she has no way of knowing that she’s inherited a terrifying-and thrilling-gene that will change her life forever. Lucas is dangerous, gorgeous … and a werewolf. As leader of the Dark Guardians, shape-shifters who gather deep within the state park, he has sworn to protect his pack. But when Lucas finds his true soul mate, his love could put them all in harm’s way. As Lucas and Kayla struggle with their feelings for each other, a greater danger lurks: Humans have discovered the Dark Guardians and are planning their destruction. Kayla must choose between the life she knows and the love she feels certain is her destiny.

Heart Beast by Tanith Lee
Wanted for murder, Daniel Vehmund travels the world, lured by a brilliant diamond and damned by a curse that transforms him into a beast.

This concludes today’s werewolf book attack! There are many MANY more werewolf books out there so I’ll probably be doing this more often. Now grab a book and read! Also, if there are any werewolf books you’d like for me to add to the next book attack list let me know in a comment here or on my Twitter!

– Moonlight

About the Author
Moonlight 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. Touch her coffee and you may lose a limb. You can stalk her via her Twitter.

 


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moonlight • January 26, 2012


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