The Turning Kindle Edition
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|Length: 305 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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So, I’m not a real big fan of werewolf tales after the whole Twilight epidemic, but I loved this story! The Turning focuses more on the elements of “real” werewolf lore, things seen in the classic werewolf movies that I used to enjoy a few years back.
The story focuses on Brandon after he’s bitten and passed the dreaded werewolf curse. He takes pills to help suppress the worst of his urges, but when he boards a cruise to Alaska, he finds out how tough it is to keep those urges in check. He meets a girl named Ginny and they hit if off really well (werewolf erotica anyone?).
Systematically, Brandon is being hunted by a torturous type of hunter. He doesn’t just want his targets to die…he wants them to suffer. There’s so much action in this story, right away in the prologue and all the way to the end of the book. Plus, all the characters are very complex.
Read this book to have your faith restored in werewolves, or if you want a good chill on Halloween!
When I stumbled across ‘The Turning’… I found just that.
From the very first page, I was hooked. And though there is a romantic entanglement the book, it in no way dominates or detracts from the horror element, (which is the problem, in my opinion, with so many books that are labeled ‘horror’ today). Make no mistake, the WEREWOLF is the focal point of this story, and that is EXACTLY the kind of book that I CRAVE.
Though I purchased this for my kindle, I will, in fact, be shelling out more money to obtain a physical, hard copy to add to the overflowing bookshelf that holds my ‘werewolf collection’—the book is THAT GOOD.