Genre: Werewolves

Josh Reviews: Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn

Josh Reviews: Kitty Raises Hell by Carrie Vaughn

Kitty Raises Hell gives one the idea from both the cover and the genre that it belongs to, Urban Fantasy, that speculation and debates about the existence of the paranormal will take a backseat to snarling in-your-face wolves and similarly attitudinal chicks. The reality, however, generously gifts one instead with a central protagonist, Kitty, a […]

— Posted August 3, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments
Review: Darkness & Light by J.A. Belfield

Review: Darkness & Light by J.A. Belfield

Darkness & Light starts off with Jem married to this a$$hole named Peter. Her husband didn’t begin this story as a complete jerk but the speed at which he progressed from “there’s something off about this guy” to full-out “run for your life!” was staggering. I found it weird that it took 8 years for Peter’s crazy to surface in their marriage. Mind you, Jem seemed a little out there as well but in a wolf-like kind of way so I was ok with that.

— Posted July 22, 2013 by Carmel / 4 Comments
Review: Alpha Girl by Kate Bloomfield

Review: Alpha Girl by Kate Bloomfield

I was strangely drawn to this book; I love werewolves and have yet to read anything shelved under New Adult but the taboo Student / Teacher relationship was definitely a concern. Curiosity eventually got the best of me and I just couldn’t resist anymore. And then, I simply could not look away. This novel did […]

— Posted July 8, 2013 by Carmel / 12 Comments
Josh Reviews: Talulla Rising by Glen Duncan

Josh Reviews: Talulla Rising by Glen Duncan

Talulla Rising, as its name might suggest, is a different beast from that of its precursor, The Last Werewolf.   Tone most fundamentally has been altered.   Whereas before the protagonist, Jake Marlowe, seemed to be pulling at straws to continue the story, Talulla’s in a pickle from the get-go, which one could argue Jake […]

— Posted June 29, 2013 by Joshua Burns / 0 Comments