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Luna de plata (Cheyenne Clark #2)

3.85  ·  Rating Details  ·  730 Ratings  ·  85 Reviews
Los días se vuelven más fríos. Las noches, más largas. Y cada vez que sale la luna, la loba que habita su interior es más fuerte.
Cheyenne Clark se ha transformado en una de esas bestias a las que tanto desprecia. Ronda el Círculo Polar Ártico en búsqueda de un antiguo secreto que podría liberarla de la maldición de la licantropía y devolverle su esencia humana.
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Paperback, 412 pages
Published June 3rd 2011 by Timun Mas (first published January 1st 2010)
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Sammy Loves Books
Sep 29, 2015 Sammy Loves Books rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Horror Suspense Werewolf fans
4.5 Howling Stars for Overwinter

Wow. What an amazing action packed ending to the werewolf series. David Wellington's werewolves are wonderful. I love the idea of the human and the wolf fighting for domination over the same body. The wolf hates it's human form and would do anything in it's power to kill that human.


Powell and Chey have teamed up and are fighting to survive as they are hunted by the Canadian government. Powell is starting to fall in love, but can Chey ever love him after all the p
What a fast and furious ride this short series has been. I loved both books, both drove me mad with anticipation, never knowing which way it would go. This second book delved into the ancient spirit gods histories and the myth behind the Were, spinning one fantastic tale. I will miss the characters, even the hated ones the author did a wonderful job of developing them, I felt like I knew them. They became a black branch in the old family tree, which of course they marked and tore at. There was t ...more
Future Slayer Girl
There is just something special I have found in David Wellington.

Not only did I love Frostbite, but Overwinter just solidified how much I am in love with Wellington as a writer. I knew that there was a high possibility that it would end with a huge sacrifice, I was right. I knew that as the heroine, Chey was in the clear, but I pretty much knew from the previous book that anyone else was free game. I knew that it would be unrealistic for Chey to ever forgive Monty fully. I wouldn’t have, but I
Dec 31, 2014 Justin rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: horror, thriller
A good sequel that is fifty percent action (that like the first book, didn't bore me and feel like it was just thrown in there for the sake of being action packed) and fifty percent mythology. This is one of the best and most original werewolf origin stories that I have read. Also there is a love triangle thing going on.
Apr 11, 2016 Nahome rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It is the best book and makes you feel happy.
Nov 03, 2015 Chris rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The second and concluding book in his werewolf series, David Wellington has written probably one of the most interesting and horrifying stories about the lycanthrope. After events in the first novel, FROSTBITE, this novel finds Cheyenne Clark paired up with Montgomery Powell, the werewolf who cursed her with the ability to change into a monstrous killer wolf at each full moon. They're in the wilds of northern Canada and heading even farther North, searching for the rumored cure for their deadly ...more
Red Lace
Sep 26, 2015 Red Lace rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: urban fantasy fans
Top Read 2011

Cheyenne is travelling with Powell - the werewolf that killed her father and infected her, and both are heading north, deeper into the Artic, to hide from the people that want them dead. All they want is a quiet life, but along their adventure Powell’s crazy ex lover shows up, a blue skinned human is hunting them and it turns out there is a cure for lycanthropy. As Chey slowly loses her mind as the dire wolf takes over her mind and body, it’s a race against time to find the cure. Bu
Jan 15, 2011 Cheryl rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overwinter picks up where Frostbite left off, with Chey and Powell travelling north, away from Port Radium. Powell still insists that there's a cure for lycanthropy and he's determined to find it. Along the way, Dzo turns up again, as does a new character, Lucie, with whom Powell has a past. Lucie wants Powell for herself, and to make matters worse, she's on the run from Varkanin, a Russian who she's made an enemy of. Unofficially backed by the Canadian government, which is determined to rid the ...more
I found this book to be more consistent in how good it is but it never reached the level of awesomeness that Cursed did. I didn’t really sense the danger of the hunt. I felt that the biggest dangers to Chey were Lucie and Chey’s wolf. The writing is something that I really liked. I find Mr Wellington’s words easy to visualise and this adds the idea that the book triggers some mental movie. Mental in the sense that it’s playing in my head, not any other sort of mental, just to clarify, or dig mys ...more
Nov 20, 2012 Kate rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Cheyenne and Powell have been slowly warming up to each other since Powell turned Chey into a werewolf. Then Lucie comes along. Lucie was the one who turned Powell, and they have a long history together. Powell loves Chey, but can't turn Lucie away. The three become an uneasy pack, made more complicated by the fact that Chey's wolf is taking over her human side, too. With Lucie comes a dangerous werewolf hunter who will stop at nothing to get his revenge. Can they find a cure for Chey before it ...more
It's David Wellington, so you know it's good, but... For sheer terror, it can't match his zombie books. For "this. can't. be. happening.", it can't match his vampire books.

The basic plot is that the 2 werewolves that survived the previous book (spoilers -_-) are set upon by pretty much everyone and, this time, help is *not* coming. It explains where werewolves come from in the first place. Wellington is always great when it comes to backstory, and this time is no different.

It's a bloody, lonely
Aug 17, 2010 Rebecca rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I happened to be looking at one of the publishing house booths at comic con featuring new books that have not yet been released and stumbled upon this book. I recognized the cover from the the first werewolves book and was so excited about reading it. You cant imagine my joy when the guy who I had been talking to actually let me have the uncorrected proof. It was a great continuation of the story. Although I do see why it ended the way it did, I cant help but be bummed about what happened to my ...more
Jenna Allen
This was a good book. Not as good as the first one but still good nonetheless. Wellington is so good at being consistent with his characters without being monotonous. I like that he slightly made a reference to 13 bullets. sometimes during this book it felt like he was digging for conflicts to make it better but sometimes it felt forced. You know people showing up at exactly the WRONG times. Kinda made me go uh again? but all round this book was good
May 09, 2012 Joseph rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Meh, it was pretty dull two-book series that I really only finished because I bought the first one and felt pressure to get my time investment to pay off. The traditional Inuit folklore the author incorporated into the story came to the forefront in this, the second novel. Animal spirits, water sprites, fanciful ice age mythology of early humans. That helped matters a bit, but I still couldn't get past my indifference to the werewolf myth as a subject.

Truthfully, I was more interested in the bac
Carolyn (Book Chick City)
3.5 Stars

'Ravaged' is the second book in the 'Werewolves' series by David Wellington, and I must say it was a much better read than the first book, 'Cursed'. I did enjoy 'Cursed' but this was a much more exciting and engaging read.

The story is full of mythology, ancient stories and spirits. There are a few new spirits introduced as well as meeting Powell's spirit friend, Dzo again, who I find quite funny. All the characters are fleshed out nicely, with a lot of interesting backgrounds. The intro
Jun 22, 2011 Kaila rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This right here, was a great squeal. i really love the way Wellington describes the action scenes. They were epic, i mean when he talks about injuries and combat i just say "whoa". Also i found it interesting how he in corporates the folk-lore in this book. i do think it was a little difficult to get at times when he describes it. Though the nice thing is when you read a lot of books they help. For instance they talk about the Direwolf and that made me think of Guardians of Ga'Hoole..than when t ...more
(Warning: Might Contain Slight Spoiler)

I have discovered an author that has got me hypnotized by his work. The name is David Wellington and he has written a couple different series on vampires etc. This particular series that I love and I thought this has to be shared with the world! Cheyenne Clark is out for vengeance in the name of her father. Who was killed years before by a Lycanthropic (Werewolf) so violently in front of her eyes as a small child! This has been tragically tattooed to her br
Oct 24, 2011 Anachronist rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Powell and Cheyenne, a pair of werewolves from the first novel in this series, Frostbite, are trying to spend safely their first arctic winter still looking for a cure for their state. It happens somebody else is looking for them and that particular somebody means trouble big time. Her name is Lucie. She is a sadistic French werewolf girl who had bitten Powell some hundred years ago and now treats him as her husband. Having made a total mess of her latest Siberia hideout, she decided th
Dec 28, 2012 Dan rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: horror
Frostbite was a decent enough book. It took werewolves, something I had no real interest in, and made it pretty interesting. I picked up Overwinter the last time I went into a bookstore, showing why going into a bookstore is a bad idea for me: I went in for one book and got four or five.

Following the trend set in Monster Nation, Wellington takes a relatively normal genre and adds all kinds of crazy stuff. In the case of the Monster trilogy I thought it was "interesting" but not necessarily "good
May 02, 2013 Angie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
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Mallory Heart Recommends  [#VoteCthulhu Why Choose the Lesser Evil?]
Jul 07, 2012 Mallory Heart Recommends [#VoteCthulhu Why Choose the Lesser Evil?] marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Werewolf, Paranormal, excellent prose
The sequel to the outstanding “Frostbite,” “Overwinter” continues and expands on the tale of the human woman, Cheyenne Clark, who had trekked into the Canadian Arctic Wilderness tracking the werewolf who had killed her father, and nearly herself, the summer Chey was twelve. I don’t wish to spoil the plot and characters of “Frostbite” for those who haven’t read it, so I will say that “Overbite” can be read first, or by itself, but the reader would enjoy much more reading the two books consecutive ...more
Niva (Paula Navarro)
Sep 26, 2011 Niva (Paula Navarro) rated it really liked it
Aunque el relato de hombres lobos de Wellington habría terminado dignamente con la primera parte, había dejado ciertos frentes abiertos para poder extender su historia y darle un final espectacular. A Wellington no le gusta decepcionar a sus lectores y, sin duda, ha puesto todo su esfuerzo en esta segunda parte en la que no sólo tenemos las escenas violentas y sangrientas de la primera, sino que nos introduce en la mitología de un mundo mágico en el que lo terrenal y lo sobrenatural son parte de ...more
I am torn with how to rate the Wellington Werewolves books... There is a part of me that is amazed and thoroughly enchanted with his take on werewolf lore--he shakes up traditional werewolf mythos and puts his own admirable twist on it. I love it.

Then there is a part of me that winces at the obvious plot devices that don't make much sense. (For example, the grandiose military elements that he more or less glosses over? Weird, right?) I realize this is kind of silly to say... I mean, it IS a book
Sep 11, 2015 Daniel rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book, being the second and last in the set was as good as the first. There is indeed a true ending here, not any possibilities for a future, but a clear and very solid ending. The book was well written, as I have come to find out about all of Mr. Wellington's novels. Quirky and unique also, and a fresh take on an under-used genre. There just aren't good werewolf books out there these days as far as I can see. This one was superb and I hope others read it and enjoy!

Azel Praer
Mar 10, 2012 Azel Praer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overwinter, is not your typical werewolf novel. as a matter of fact it is not truly horror,And in this case it is a good thing. a tale of a women who has to share her existence with a beast that hates man, and how her life drifts between the mystical and the aftermaths of the wolf who comes into our world through her. you will meet interesting charters some likable some not so likable. not everyone is who they seem in the world of overwinter, not even the story it self, David Wellington has a gi ...more
The premise of the first book doesn‘t seem original. A hero is on a journey for revenge. Except out hero is a lovely lady, hellbent on kicking ass.
Overwinter took the interesting story laid out in Frostbite and turned it into one of the most memorable and interesting werewolf tales I‘ve read.

While in general I would have liked a bit more descriptive narration at times, the details surrounding the wolves and lore of the animal spirits was fantastic. I could absolutely feel myself there with the w
Dec 19, 2014 Jessi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: my-bookcase, 2014
Yet another great read by Wellington. I was pretty disappointed with how it ended, but it made sense. I had to tell myself 'not every story has a happy ending' and that's what makes it more realistic. Wellington kept me guessing until the last page (i love authors who can do that!) and his detail was perfect. Definitely my favorite werewolf telling.
Sep 17, 2012 Reshy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Ah yes the sequel to the book that I loved so much, and it goes a step further and becomes slightly better than the book that came before. but that's understandable considering how much effort the first book has to go to establish the setting much less get a good story across. However I quite enjoyed the ending the most, it hurt and that's the great part about it. One of the two books I have in my mind that can make me cry and this was one of them. I know all about shaggy dog stories but when th ...more
Elina Bergqvist
Mar 10, 2016 Elina Bergqvist rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A short summary of this book would be: The werewolves are heading north during Canadian wintertime to find the cure.
Even if this theme go through the whole book the story never gets bored. It keep the reader entertained. I really liked the very short chapters, it made it easy to read for just short periods and not to have to read fifty-ish pages to get a good breaking point.
This was an interesting take on werewolfs. Though i did read the second one first and now the first one second, i still understood what was going on; but at times i did get lost. I do not think that it was beacuse i read it the wrong way, it was more like for some odd reason i kept on missing things in the book and had to go back and re-read what had happened to make sure i understood what was going on.

His style to me is grugh and edgie, it's was trule diffrent from what i have read in previous
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David Wellington is a contemporary American horror author, best known for his Zombie trilogy as well as his Vampire series and Werewolf series. His books have been translated into eleven langauges and are a global phenomenon.

His career began in 2004 when he started serializing his horror fiction online, posting short chapters of a novel three times a week on a friend’s blog. Response to the projec
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