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The Last Werewolf

Mini Review Time!

The Last Werewolf
by Glen Duncan

Being inside the head of a 200 year old werewolf, who eats people without remorse and has sex as often as he thinks about sex, was unnerving. But Duncan’s way with words makes it plausible and Jake’s blunt introspection of his life gives it sincerity. The book is after all suppose to be a journal. Unlike other books in the genre, The Last Werewolf has substance. It’s dark and brilliant! I can’t wait for the next chapter in this story.

*I bought this book at Borders.