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Snarl: A Werewolf Thriller

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  4 reviews
"A furiously relentless tour-de-force full of wolf-on-man and man-on-wolf violence and an unexpectedly subtle morality theme. Lorne Dixon's Snarl will easily fulfill your growing adult werewolf fiction needs--and you know you have them! It's safe to say the wolf is back in town--and he's pissed. Vampires need not apply! Snarl is like a first-person shooter, fast and heart- ...more
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Published July 1st 2010 by Smashwords Edition (first published 2009)
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Chev, Ross and David, a trucker, a grandfather and his ten year old grandson who just lost his whole family to a house fire all have the bad luck to find themselves in a horror novel, the kind where they each get lost and end up in a tiny town terrorized by a gang who also happen to be werewolves. The human townies can't give the outsiders over to the beasts quick enough and the werewolves want to use Chev and Ross as excuses to break the pact made between hum
When family man Chev Worke decided to pick up some extra money by spending Christmas on the road driving his 18-wheeler, he wasn't expecting to slam into an animal on State Highway 59 and then have his truck die. And he REALLY wasn't expecting said animal to turn out to be a werewolf that belonged to a pack of werewolves that decide to hunt him down, since he has killed one of their own. Given a head start, Chev makes it to a little grocery store in the town of Easter Glen on foot and meets up ...more
Wow! This was a very brief, but very exciting little novel. I really enjoyed Lorne Dixon's writing style - he is very talented! My only complaint was that the story ended too abruptly. The book really could have been expanded into a longer and richer story, though that would certainly slow down the nonstop action. The book was thrilling in its brevity and was a fun take on the werewolf myth. I really had a fun time reading it and will certainly keep an eye out for his other books!
i loved this story it had amazing details and fast pace was great it was amazing
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Lorne Dixon lives and writes off an Exit of I-78 in residential New Jersey. He grew up on a diet of yellow-spined paperbacks, black-and-white monster movies, and the thunder-lizard backbeat of Rock-and-Roll.

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