Brian Easton is a master storyteller who makes you feel like you are right there within the addictive storyline.
From the Author
A sequel should not be the re-telling of the original story, but should re-invent the parts that worked. Heart of Scars
is different from Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter
in two important ways, mentioned here by way of introduction. Heart of Scars
covers a time period of about one year, whereas Autobiography
spanned decades. Because of this the reader will detect, by necessity, a different rhythm from the first.
The second book also has a more somber tone than its predecessor as it explores the spiritual realm and its influence on the main character. This is a decidedly more violent novel as is unavoidable in the development of a character whose sense of hatred is as intense as Sylvester James.
Readers who enjoyed Autobiography
should not anticipate a re-tread in this second book, and should be ready for a more solemn, brutal phase in the evolution of a werewolf hunter.