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Monday, 30 November 2015

Full Wolf Moon by K.L. Nappier

Full Wolf Moon is a part of The Book Review Club.

Fans of grimdark tales, "Hemlock Grove," "The Walking Dead" or "The Strain" will want to sink their teeth into this thought-provoking thriller in werewolf's clothing.

Tulenar Japanese Internment Camp, 1942

In the wake of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, no one believes a greater evil stalks Japanese nationals and their American born children than what they are already suffering.

Forced from their homes along the West Coast of the U.S. and Canada, placed into internment camps for the duration of the war, no one believes a werewolf is behind the grisly deaths plaguing the residents of the camp. Not Capt. Max Pierce, nor politico Doris Tebbe. Only Navajo healer David Alma Curar believes. And he has his own reasons for following the beast's bloody trail to Tulenar.
Review: Full Wolf Moon really stands out among the werewolf books for the way that it's written, the characters and the fast paced plot that had me guessing until the very last page. I loved the unusual setting of World War 2, which added another exciting dimension to the plot. I was over the moon to realise that the story doesn't end with this book - there are 2 more in the trilogy, which I need to read right away! 

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