In David Wellington’s supernatural novel “Frostbite,” hiker Cheyenne Clark is lost . Balas de Plata tiene todo que un libro necesita para convertirse en un éxito. Overwinter has ratings and 92 reviews. Sammy said: Howling Stars for OverwinterWow. What an amazing action packed ending to the werewolf series. This is a cross-genre novel by upcoming urban fantasy and horror author, David Wellington. There’s one sound a woman doesn’t want to hear when she’s lost.
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Chey and Powell were characters that I want to journey with, and I found this ultra-realistic take on the werewolf myth a very effective addition to the canon of lycanthropy.
I loved the way the story was laid out and the concept was consistent.
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There was the right amount of everything, enough horror, enough hate, enough love, enough hope, enough intrigue and enough questions to make it complete.
This is horror, not Young Adult. I could absolutely feel myself there with the wolves as they hunted and ran through the night. As a new lone wolf, Cheyenne could really do with a companion.
Cursed (Cheyenne Clark, #1) by David Wellington (5 star ratings)
The lack of what I expected threw me off a bit, I expected the normal HEA, that is so common I was reaching for it between the words.
The werewolf introduced is Lucie, a woman from Powell’s past. Just if all female leads were like that Add to the mix, Monty’s creator, Lucie. Loved how it was written. If all of that isn’t bad enough, she finds that she is being stalked by a pack of wolves. It moved along well at the start then took off. I hope the author is open to a third book in the future.
I think in a deep part of herself Chey will never forget, nor will she ever admit that she was actually love with Monty, and that made her a true, and real heroine for me that I will forever respect! His books have been translated into eleven langauges and are a global phenomenon.
Ostensibly-because this is no ordinary tourist, no citified lady visiting what is nearly the last remaining primeval wilderness.
The plot is full of unexpected twists and surprises. I don’t think I’d call it that, it was a thriller, edge of your seat thriller with some blood, crunched bones and big teeth. There is not a sole around, any signs of human civilization? The characters we know and love are at weolington and we have no idea if they will survive.
Once she changes for the first time, Powell resigns to teaching her about her new life, and explains his choice of living arrangements. I did enjoy ‘Cursed’ but this was a much more exciting and engaging read. Great conflict, great climax, great bapas up for a sequel. There are some black ops peeps out to protect oil interests. Chey isn’t feminine or maybe as emotional as most women would write a woman, but in this instance it worked to a greater effect.
The hunter was an interesting fellow but I didn’t feel like I got enough of his background and his intense need for revenge with Lucie I know the facts, but I wanted more emotion out of him. The pain was intense, but she could not complain or fight him off.
There was t What a fast and furious ride this short series has been. I liked this book way more than I thought I would. Lists with This Book. They literally become slavering monsters in the presence of anything human.
A good sequel that is fifty percent action that like the first book, didn’t bore me and feel like it was just thrown in there for the sake of being action packed and fifty percent mythology. Amate gli urban fantasy, bene, dovete leggerlo. This is not your average werewolf story and I think that made me love it even more.
I’m an unabashed Wellington fan, and although I knew I would love this book, delayed some years listening to it. Wellington has published, including a Zombie trilogy and several vampire novels, as well as others.
They were well thought out; there were distinct roles they all had to play. Wellington had already shown his taste for revamping classic monsters, in novels such as Vampire Zero and 13 Bullets. I felt that I could actually be in the book and almost felt how the characters felt.