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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2003

    Another excellent McCammon experience

    In addition to Swan Song, this is another novel that represents McCammon's best work. A unique take on werewolf mythology, the plot revolves around a lycanthropic super-spy who uses his abilities to fight evil nazis and such. James Bond meets Lon Cheney. It also contains quite a few kinky moments some of which border on beastiality! A great summer read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2014

    Good

    I have enjoyed R. McCammon for many years. I put off this warewolf story and now that I just finished reading am not sure why. McCammon did not disappoint. I would recommend this fantasy story. Good vs. Evil; werewolf vs. Natzi Germany. A bit gruesome sometimes, but to be expected.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2004

    Action,love,and brutality of war

    a great book for those that like action,history,war,love, and comedy all rolled into one this book did the best job of a page turner (besides swan song sorry)full of suspnse with some of the most gory and relishing details ever.actualy makes u want to try raw meat!!! this book does a great job with flashbacks and keeping you on the edge.A MUST BUY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2002

    Lycanthrpy Goodness

    This is a great fast paced read. Robert McCammon has taken the werewolf lore to a new level allowing his creation to change at will, even only an arm if need be. Just fantastic. Pick up this book and see for yourself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2000

    Howling Horror!!!

    I've been a huge fan of Robert McCammon's for many years now and actually had the pleasure in shaking the author's hand at his book signing for his novel MINE some years ago. Rick - as his friends call him -is a southern class act, with the talant to scare his fans senseless. In the Wolve's Hour, a great werewolf tale set during the second world war, doesn't pull any punches - or claws in this case. McCammon delves into the myth of the werewolf, going places none other has dared ventured. I was compelled by this novel. It not only had great war scenes, and spy vs. spy, but plenty of horror to go around. It's really too bad McCammon announced his retirement last year because he was a very good writer. I would suggest this book to people who like history and horror. The ending was outstanding. This was McCammon's last true horror novel and a must read for his faithful fans. We're going to miss you, Rick.

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