Coppertown Red (Book I of The Hand That Feeds Trilogy)

Coppertown Red Book I of The Hand That Feeds Trilogy What if you could take a drug and experience the senses of a werewolf Would you The strength the heightened awareness and the primal drive But what if it attracted the attention of a real werewolf A

  • Title: Coppertown Red (Book I of The Hand That Feeds Trilogy)
  • Author: Rob Pegler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What if you could take a drug and experience the senses of a werewolf Would you The strength, the heightened awareness and the primal drive But what if it attracted the attention of a real werewolf A popular radio host is killed on air, a secretive pack leads an ominous existence outside of town and a group of hunters quietly searches for answers But none of them is rWhat if you could take a drug and experience the senses of a werewolf Would you The strength, the heightened awareness and the primal drive But what if it attracted the attention of a real werewolf A popular radio host is killed on air, a secretive pack leads an ominous existence outside of town and a group of hunters quietly searches for answers But none of them is ready to face the beast that waits deeper in the woods and that s only the beginning of the hell that Coppertown will face Author Rob Pegler takes us on a journey that alternately explores the human side of what it means to be a werewolf and the primal, animal side that tears through when the moon is full COPPERTOWN RED is a gory, thrilling, action packed roller coaster of a novel that kept me turning the pages until very late at night The characters are strong in this werewolf novel, and the finale is about as scary as you can get I enjoyed every minute I spent reading it, and I cannot wait for the second novel in the trilogy Rob Pegler is an author to watch I dare you to stop reading after the first three chapters William D Carl, author of Bestial

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    1. This is the best werewolf novel since the days when Whitley Strieber was a writer, not a crackpot, and it is the equal of Strieber's "the Wolfen," my previous favorite.Rob Pegler's werewolf mythos gives us both werewolves and wolfmen (and wolfwomen), and an excellent rationale for the difference, His prose is direct, easy to read, but still descriptive and loaded with atmosphere. His action scenes flow easily, and he's not afraid of the gore. At the same time, he doesn't abuse gory scenes, just [...]

    2. Its been a while since a read a werewolf book that really made me stand back and say wow and here it is. This book was awesome. I read it in just a couple days, would have finished it sooner but life got in the way. It grabs you from the start and you soon learn there are 3 kinds of werewolves in this story and each are cool in their own right. I love the idea of the book; the drug, the purebreds, the mongrels and the hunters. This is the type of writing I strive to do myself. I can't wait to re [...]

    3. From the first chapter, I found myself launched into this book, a welcome addition to the werewolf horror canon. The author approached the genre with some interesting innovations, while still remaining true to the conventions of the genre. In the small college town of Coppertown, the locals remember the legends of things that live in the woods. One night, they find the bloody truth behind the legends. The book had enough twists and turns to keep me intrigued, and I am hoping that the author is w [...]

    4. I real taleSo much suspense and horror, this book held my attention. A different view on werewolves and how they are affected. I still wanted more after I finished reading. A lot of unanswered questions still remain!

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