"Regarding the 'graphic' content, I feel it was just right. There was 'blood and guts' when there needed to be, and there was strong sexual content when there needed to be. This isn't a kid's bedtime story about the big bad wolf; this is an adult werewolf story." Wings
"Dogs rule! Cats drool. Nice story. You write with humor and passion." Barry b
"This is well written, and has an ending you don't expect. The character development is done well enough that you understand their personalities without being overburdened with useless information. I recommend this to everyone, and can't wait for a second book. S. Lawrence Parrish is now on my short list of authors I will always read; no matter what they write." Guild R.O.T.T.
"I really enjoyed Shape Shifters, the setting and characters were well rounded and it was easy to get emotionally involved with their issues and problems, both the Kind and the Others. Well worth the read and the price, my wife, who is normally a vampire book fan is now reading it. I can thoroughly recommend this." Iain Gray
About the Author
S. Lawrence Parrish has been writing weird and twisted tales for many years. He's had many short stories published in small press 'zines (Dread--Tales of the Grotesque and Uncanny, Carpe Noctem, Not One of Us, Sepulchre, Mindmares, Agony in Black, Stigmata, Night Terrors, and others.). He's also written several novels, all of which will soon be available as e-books. For the past two years, he has been busily turning into podcasts many of his novels and stories, available at Podiobooks.com and on iTunes. To date, they include two novels: SHAT (a post-apocalypse tale with a feline twist) and Shape Shifters (a werewolf tale with NO vampires--now available as an e-book; see below). And also Chicken Pi, an ever-growing collection of short stories. Mr. Parrish lives in the foothills of Alberta, Canada with an amazing wife, three stellar children, one Jack Russell terrier and one schnoodle, two cats, a chameleon named "Gus", a salamander, a tarantula, a frog, many fish, and at least two escaped crickets chirping from the furnace vents.