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Werewolf Winter - A Short Story Paperback – April 24, 2012
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About the Author
Walter Lazo enjoys writing horror and science fiction stories with an occasional martial arts story thrown in for good measure. He is currently obsessed with the short story form and hopes that it will make a comeback in popularity. Walter grew up reading the short stories of H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard and Richard Matheson, and later discovered the works of the great science fiction writers of the 20th century; namely, Philip K. Dick, Ray Bradbury and Isaac Asimov. He is also a fan of Stephen King and of the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. Walter lives in the south and spends most of his time reading, writing or blowing things up.
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I commend Lazo for his use of description, action, and creativity. This novel will not only provide a great read, but it will leave you considering your own beliefs in terms of love, hate, despair, fear, and darkness. The philosophical thoughts that come from The Terrible Man, the Other One, and the Priests Bryan and Innocensius, will have you pondering many of your own thoughts and beliefs. It's fascinating to see Lazo's use of emotions such as hate, anger, loss, and despair, to create a story line that proves to be one that is a page-turner.
I would recommend this work of art to anyone that likes reads filled with adventure, the paranormal, demonic creations, and self-serving kings. As I read the last page, I could not help wondering if there will be a sequel. It leaves you hanging, imagining what could possibly be coming next.