- File Size: 365 KB
- Print Length: 253 pages
- Publication Date: January 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078YK2GJT
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #322,138 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
WOLFHEART Kindle Edition
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The story pace gets faster gradually and the storyline is solid. I like how the author manages to write about the background of the characters, Davids failing heart, how he discovered the organization that offers him a wolf heart and the trust fund that is promised for his daughter before getting into the interesting part of the story and did it all in only 250+ pages. I like the main idea of the book because it is very rare. In fact, this is probably my first time reading this kind of book. In addition, how the author depicts the battle of David and the wolf instincts also feels very real. The details that this author included in the transplant scene is incredible and it feels like I am watching Greys Anatomy instead with all the descriptions.
I would highly recommend this book. There is simply no part of the book that feels boring or unnecessary; I have so much joy while reading it. This book is also complete with family love, romance, and mystery.
In short words, this book is done beautifully.
David is desperate to save his life. His heart is failing, and machines are keeping him alive. When a strange doctor offers a highly experimental treatment, he is willing to do whatever it takes to stay alive...or provide his daughter with enough money to be cared for in the event of his demise.
The good doctor has created wolf-human hybrids. He uses stem cells to turn the wolves more human, and humans into wolves.
When you combine the vicious nature of a wolf with human intellect, you get an out of control killer. He can't seem to stop the primal instincts from kicking in; sex, hunger and fear are turned into strong driving forces.
This man essentially becomes a werewolf. If mankind could develop life saving technology like this, and save lives, but at a strange cost, should we? What about children created by these people; would they be wolfish or human? This book was awesome in that it created a scenario, similar to actual experiments in medical science.
The mad scientist in this story is obviously aware that what he is doing is controversial. He keeps a small staff, in a Mexican jungle, far away from civilization.
Wolfheart is well written, easy to follow, and hints at a follow up book. It is not loaded with scientific jargon, and is a quick read. I would gladly read a follow up book.
However, things don’t go as planned and he finds himself having wolf like instincts and the desire to kill taking us on a science fiction journey. Oh and the fact that undergoing this research transplant will mean a six figure trust for his daughter so she’s set for a while helps. It was a different book and I really liked it.
It’s interesting and the storyline is quite solid. David is a great character, and we accompany his fears, his despair, his love for his daughter and his lust towards his nurse. There’s a constant battle ever since he has the heart transplant and we see his multiple layers. It’s a book about a matter of wills if you want. Quite entertaining.