Book Reviews of Wolf Moon

Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon
Author: John R. Holt
ISBN-13: 9780553291988
ISBN-10: 055329198X
Publication Date: 7/1/1997
Pages: 480
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.

3 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
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Nicole St. Claire is the last surviving member of a powerful family who gave their name to the small New York town they founded. Though the St. Claire name commands respect, it also gives rise to rumors of a wolf-curse that has haunted the family for generations. Nicole has fled her hometown in hopes of escaping the whispers...and her own frightening symptoms, which cause her to fear for her sanity. But now she must return fromher exile in New York City to protect the one person she loves most...
Duffy Johnson has his own harrowing memories of St. Claire. As a teenager, he fell in with a wild crowd. Seven years back they had flirted with danger, meddled with powers way beyond their control. And though he had distanced himself from that time, Duffy now feels an irresistible pull to his hometown - and a perilous reunion.
For St. Claire's most powerful man is luring them into an unholy trap - and Nicole St. Claire's terrifying weakness may be the only hope to save them all.
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excellent read couldnt put it down John R holt
top of the horror list for me.
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I absolutely adored reading this novel. The fact that I enjoy a good werewolf story is what drew me into the book, but despite the fact that there was little of the actual werewolf in the novel, I surprisingly, still immensely enjoyed it. The book mostly centers around a Luciferian cult, with really only a hint of werewolves to weave together a very entertaining plot. My only disappointment has been the fact that I have been unable to find other books by this author. Be warned, if I haven't made it obvious, this is a dark book, despite its rather kitschy cover.