For Cheyenne Clark, there’s a bad moon on the rise There’s one sound a woman doesn’t want to hear when she’s lost and alone in the Arctic wilderness. Frostbite: A Werewolf Tale is the disappointingly slow story of a woman frostbite Terminally Tepid Werewolf Action. Author: David Wellington. Frostbite (Werewolf Tale, book 1) by David Wellington – book cover, description, publication history.
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Frostbite by David Wellington 43 59 Aug 05, Gentle Reader, this is not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill, werewolf novel.
They cannot control the change, and take on lupine form at any time that the moon is above the horizon, regardless of the moon’s phase. In fact, they hate humans, killing them whenever they can.
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Refresh and try again. A lone woman, trekking through the desolation of the pre-Arctic forest is driven by need yet abandoned in fear — some mysterious mission half completed. Very fun read, just not equal to Wellington’s vampire stories. Burton frostbie it liked it.
Frostbite (Cheyenne Clark, #1) by David Wellington
When she tries to seek refuge, she finds a tree to climb up high. The wellingtn jumps to try and take a bite but can’t quite reach her.
Aug 23, Shaun Gregory rated it liked it. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this book and I’m sure both urban fantasy and horror fans would enjoy it.
It bugged me no end! Silver is the nemesis wellinngton werewolves, as even a relatively light binding of silver chain cannot be broken by one. There is not a sole around, any signs of human civilization? Frostbte come out rarely, and good ones rarer still. Long story short, I didn’t care. This was a great touch.
Climbing a nearby tree for safety, she realizes that she is surrounded by wolves and begins to wonder what her next step will be. However, the werewolves come into the story far too late ddavid be interesting and the motivation behind their bestiality remains cloaked by only the vaguest notions of what compels them, unlike the sequel.
The conclusion flatlines as Chey goes through a ridiculous confrontation in an overly sludgy radioactive town where the compost of old cars has been dumped into a lake where she is marooned and weakened. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Response to the projec David Wellington is a contemporary American horror author, best known for his Zombie trilogy as well as his Vampire series and Werewolf series. Action packed story of a hiker, Chey, lost in the woods. I will admit I was expecting something more horrific in nature, more visceral, but the fact that it isn’t didn’t diminish my enjoyment.
It was just meh. Monsters can be human, and Wellington has the skills to make me love this accidental werewolf. Overall, I’m glad I read it, because I really, really do adore Wellington as an author, but I can’t see myself picking it up again.
Frostbite: A Werewolf Tale
It is wrong to kill, right? I wanted a werewolf story that would keep me up at night and this was not it. He ripped open her guts and they spilled with dxvid rank smell across the broken road surface. Yet as the line between human and beast blurs, so too does the distinction between hunter and hunted.
By about two-thirds of the way through, I was done reading all the back-story and I ended up just skimming anything that wasn’t action or dialogue. Not your typical lycanthropy tale.