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The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan


If you deemed the Twilight series as 'just for kids,' or if you've been awaiting the next book from Justin Cronin after reading The Passage last summer, this might help tide you over--at least for a day (you'll want to read it in one sitting!).

In The Last Werewolf, Jake Marlowe becomes, as the title implies, the last living werewolf on earth. He is being hunted by WOCOP, the World Organization for the Control of Occult Phenomena, and by vampires. Vamps are looking for him because they've discovered that a werewolf bite can desensitize them to the horrors of sun exposure. Just as Jake is about to give up hope, a twist comes along that motivates him to keep going, and just a few more days may be enough...

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