"A fun novel that was reminiscent of an 80's horror film." - Kindle Review
Like most kids who grew up in the small town of Silver Falls, Toby Hoffman heard all the scary stories about monsters living in the neighboring woods of the Umatilla Indian Reservation. Now a teenager, he knows the tales are made up to keep the town’s children from wandering where they aren’t wanted.
Then his best friend, Nate, wakes up covered in blood in the reservation woods, with no recollection of whose blood it is or where it came from. When even more brutal attacks follow, Toby can’t help but wonder if one of the fables he was told as a child might be true.
This supernatural adventure novel will appeal to all adult and teen readers who enjoy supernatural adventure and horror.
Whoa! Do you have any idea how long it's been since I've read good old-fashioned werewolf tale? A LONG time. All the ones I find are "shifters" and such, and mostly fall into the erotica range. This was awesome! I thought the story flowed very well, I liked the characters, and how they actually acted like teenagers, and some of the real world problems that were incorporated into the story. And there was ACTION. Actual action! I felt the background parts came together just right, and it was overall a great book!
Bob says: 4.5 Platypires!