"If you haven't read Gary Brandner you're missing a treat."
~ STEPHEN KING
They are man. And they are beast.
Once again they stalk the night, eyes aflame, teeth flashing in vengeance.
Malcolm is the young one.
He must choose between the familiar way of the human and the seductive howling of the wolf.
Those who share his blood want to make him one of them.
Those who fear him want him dead.
Only one woman and one man want to help him.
Even though they can't believe their ears. Or their eyes.
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THE HOWLING II
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Howling III goes back to the area of the burned-out village of Drago. The focal character of the novel is a young boy named Malcolm, a survivor of Drago. The other main characters are sheriff Gavin Ramsay and Holly Lang, a Social Services psychologist. With a new cast of characters and an interesting story line, Gary Brandner's third novel in his werewolf trilogy is fresh and exciting. Although the female character, Lupe, seemed to be another Marcia ( from the Howling I and II ) and served no real purpose other than gratuitous sex. The fight at the end of the story between father and son was good but its outcome sad. I liked all three of the novels, but I enjoyed this one the most. If you're a werewolf fan, you gotta read Brandner's werewolf trilogy!
Book 3 in the Howling trilogy is different than the first two books but it is very good. I was surprised at the direction the series went, but I was surprised in a good way. I wish there was a book four.
This series gets better with each book. Book one is great... book two is great... and book three blew me away! It has a sensitivity that I really didn't expect. Awesome book!
While this book is the third of the series, it's a stand-alone novel that can be read and enjoyed, even if you haven't read the first two books. Gary Brandner's writing style shines once again in this compelling story and original. In my opinion, book three is the best book of the bunch.