The Last Werewolf (The Last Werewolf #1)
Publish date: October 6th 2011
Publisher: Canongate Press
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Le dernier loup-garou (#1)
by Glen Duncan This started out with a different tone than I usually see in werewolf novels. More of a crime drama or conspiracy story tone as it's established that with the murder of a werewolf in Berlin, the protagonist is the last of his kind and an organisation that hunts down and kills werewo...
The Last Werewolf is not what I expected it to be, but I enjoyed it. I listened to it on audio and the narrator was excellent. There is a lot of explicit sex and this book depicts werewolves as the beings they are-don't expect everything to be all prettied up because you'll be disappointed. I re...
Most books that start out being a miserable read will stay that way. This was not one of those books. My relationship with this book began with profound irritation; the writing style was annoying, the characters were unlikeable, and the international espionage-like plot was the polar opposite of the...
With the death of the Berliner, Jake is the last living werewolf. With the next full moon, he will be hunted and he will be killed. He’s actually rather looking forward to it. The centuries weigh heavily on him, he has little reason to go on living and even less actual inclination. Unfortunately, th...
The writing style got on my nerves too much for me to enjoy it, and I wasn't a huge fan of the main character either.
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