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I sat down to read a few chapters of "City Under the Moon," and ended up cancelling all my plans for the next three days.  It's got everything I like in a novel: genetically-enhanced kick-ass female agents, a nerdy hero who gets the girl, top-secret super-weapons, the most ferocious monsters in recent memory... and just a smattering of Romanian history. Scary, funny, freaky, and lightning-fast, this thriller kept me thrilled until the very end!
- Aury Wallington, New York Times bestselling author of "Saving Charlie" and writer for Veronica Mars and Heroes

"Bioweapon catastrophes, government conspiracies, military sieges, historical revelations, psychological warfare and werewolves. You want more thrill from a thriller?" - Seth Green, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Austin Powers, Robot Chicken

"Fast-paced, action-packed and terrifying. Pulp horror at its finest." - Mila Kunis, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Book of Eli, That 70's Show

"The best werewolf novel I've ever read." - Richard Hatem, writer/producer of Grimm, The Mothman Prophecies, The Secret Circle, Miracles, Supernatural and The Lost Room

"Half action movie... half plague thriller... a hell of a fun read!" - Topless Robot

From the Author

City Under the Moon is a love letter to pulp horror.

I've always been fascinated with classic monster mythology, and this book is my earnest attempt to pit the classic werewolf tropes against cutting-edge modern science. I spent two years interviewing dozens of experts in the field of medicine, government and the military, and every one of them jumped onboard and shared my excitement for the challenge of a realistic and horrific werewolf outbreak thriller.

Jump on and join the ride!

Product Details

  • File Size: 1516 KB
  • Print Length: 467 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ben & Derek Ink Inc. (February 18, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 18, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007EHUHKK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #627,058 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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"City Under the Moon" combines aspects of probably a dozen different genres, from action to horror to political thriller...and in doing so manages to trascend those them and become a fantastic, fascinating ride unlike anything you'll find on bookshelves today. It's always smarter than it needs to be, with characters who are brilliant twists on the expected cliches of the thriller genre...and that's before thousands of werewolves take over New York City.

Everyone knows the werewolf legend, where a bite from one infected with the curse will turn you into a werewolf. This story is often played out on empty moors with lots of smoke machines working overtime...but what would happen if someone with the infection was let loose in New York City? One infection turns into a dozen, then a hundred...then THOUSANDS. Seemingly overnight. And these aren't adorable werewolves who just want to take their shirts off and protect Kristen Stewart. These are mother-effin' terrifying werewolves that will rip your head off at the first chance.

But that's just the beginning. Writer Hugh Sterbakov presents us with a villain for the ages. He doesn't want to spread the disease like a Bond villain would, you see. He has unleashed it and then contacted the American Government in order to make them find a cure. You read that right. Find a cure. And all of a sudden everything we think we know about this type of story has changed.

The book handles the situation about as realistically as one could expect, and it's awesome. Heroes come into focus, the first is a sexy FBI agent who couldn't be further removed from the expected CBS-prodedural personality. The second is a horror fan who just happens to be the world's expert in werewolves. A stretch?
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By Shoulanda August on September 28, 2015
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I was blown away by this book. It was full of surprises, twists, and turns. It had so much going on that it took me a few days to read. Vivid details and descriptions which made the story so much more believable. Find a cure to a curse that has been going on since the beginning of time itself. I would love a part two of this book!! Excellent job author Hugh Sterbakov!!!
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I began reading this book from the Lunar Curse box set. Well written, plenty of suspense and humor throughout. Savage and graphic descriptions of werewolves running amuck in Manhattan that isn't for the squeamish. Drawback: a little too heavy on military and scientific detail-thus, 4 stars. A must for horror fans
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I need to start out by saying that I am a huge fan of anything Werewolf or Vampire, as long as it's done the RIGHT way. This was most definitely done the RIGHT way.

This book was exciting, heart pounding, well researched and very unique.

The following may give a little bit of the story away, but not so much that you have the ending ruined or anything terrible like that. If you want to read further, please feel free. If you want to wait until after you've read the book to see my opinion, that is well and good as well. I do want to point out that this is one of the best Vampire/Lycan books I've read in a long time and well worth the time you take to read it.

The plot of the story: (
I don't usually go here in my reviews because so many go there to the extremes, but I want to talk a bit about it.) I think Hugh did a GREAT job with this plot. It was different than other Werewolf/Lycan books I've read, where this was a curse and a cure needed to be found. Even though I never want to see Americans die, I love how Valenkov brought it to the United States so that we could help him, even though he makes it a bit difficult.

Characters:
My favorite character, by far, in this book was Lon. The author did a great job making him a real-life nerdy kid (not the typical kind of person chosen by the President for help), one you related with, and taking him from a weak boy to a hero. He was funny, but you also felt for him when things happened to him (the kind of embarrassing things that happen to all of us at least one time or another).

I also enjoyed the characters of the President, Ilecko and the Shadow Stalkers (Jaguar, Beethoven and Mantle).
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Very good concept and a thoroughly enjoyable read. The only thing I did not care for was that the ending seemed to be just hastily thrown together.
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Format: Paperback
Werewolves invading NYC.. NYPD just wet themselves! A truly terrific read. Many characters and each had such a diverse personality from the others. Completely drawn into them.

Brianna Tildascow Ms. FBI.. soon to be the next "Bionic Woman" if she has anything to say about it, is on the hunt for the ONE that holds the blood line of the werewolves. With the help of a young man Lon Toller, a nerdy wiz at computers games and ultimate blogger. Yes the blogger of werevolves ends up being her most informative partner. Many POV moments, from Brianna to Lon.. to The Doctors, and the one they hunt. The end is just not what you think.. surprised the heck out of me. Love it!

Thank you Hugh Sterbakov for the opportunity to read this, I most enjoyed this opportunity to give my unbiased review.
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