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Only the Moon Howls

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17-year-old Caleb O’Connor is a werewolf, but he doesn’t believe in magic. He breaks out of his reclusive community in Maine to go to MIT, hoping that a werewolf can fit in on a campus where no one believes in monsters. He’s drawn back to Maine when, one fateful weekend, his childhood friends break into an abandoned mansion without him. One dies there, and another is ...more
Paperback, First, 282 pages
Published March 1st 2013 by Biting Duck Press
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Dianne
Seventeen-year-old Caleb O’Connor is a werewolf who is trying to fit into society at MIT, where he can blend in, unnoticed. When his best friend is executed by a group of wizards for breaking into an abandoned mansion and then opening a vault containing a sinister and powerful vampire, held prisoner for decades. Caleb doesn't believe in magic, even though he is a magical creature, himself. He learns of a secret government agency that tracks down 'monsters' like the vampire and is talked into ...more
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Does for Werewolves What Stoker Did for Vampires

While this book is set in modern times it is very similar in style, tone and atmosphere to the classic "Dracula" by Bram Stoker. By that I mean that it brings an austere dignity and depth of feeling to the tale being told, and treats the werewolf legend with great respect. This holds true not only for the scenes set in Transylvania, but for those set it Maine and elsewhere.

There is a brooding sense of menace and danger and a dark seriousness to the
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