This was very much your traditional werewolf story. The werewolf parts were deeply rooted in the standard European mythology. That said, it still made for an entertaining read. The narration was a times shockingly funny and the violence was startling at times, as well. I'm surprised that this isn't a movie, really... the story is certainly more fun than that of _An American Werewolf in London_!
A truly classic tale of werewolves and the dark night they roam. Unlike the Hollywood rubbish, these are the true werewolves of legend. Shapeshifters not bound by the ridiculous notion of the full moon but change at will, retaining their cunning human minds. In a small rustic town, a young couple learn the deadly secret that haunts the surrounding forests preying on those unfortunate enough to cross the werewolf's path. If you enjoyed the Howling, you will love Cry Wolf. A tale that will make you think twice about going out after dark.