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The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Any More

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**Book 1 of the Wolf War Saga**

“There was a time, Rebecca’s father had told her, when wolves could not speak. She wished for that time.”

Rebecca O’Conner is the daughter of a hero, a veteran soldier of The Wolf War. Now, she herself is a Captain in the Special Animal Warfare Service (SAWS), fighting against the super intelligent wolves that have all but destroyed humanity,
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Paperback, 1, 209 pages
Published November 19th 2013 by Dagda Publishing
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Kimi Small
Jan 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
Following a war between species, this book endeavours to explore the response of humanity to an unforeseen…malfunction.

“The Dogs Don’t Bark in Brooklyn Anymore” is a book that moves from action-adventure, to family fun, from happiness to sadness, from mild anxiety to absolute fright. There is loss, there is espionage and there are sexy bitches. And in the midst of these things…all around these things…there are Wolves.

Eric Robert Nolan is a natural. He is deliberate is his storytelling and
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Marilyn Mccaskey
Great read

I really enjoyed this book. The story is interesting and the writing engaging. I didn't want to put it down. The author makes us care about the characters, and makes us experience a wide range of emotions. I have to admit there was a portion of the story that I couldn't read and had to skip through because the author is so good at describing a situation and pulling emotions from the reader. I can't wait for the next one.
Lance
Apr 30, 2014 rated it it was amazing

If you love post-apocalyptic science fiction as much as I do, then you must read The Dogs Don't Bark in Brooklyn Any More.
Hello, and welcome to the latest edition of What I Am Reading. I am 4-LAN: your host and author of this book review blog.
Rebecca O'Conner grew up not knowing the America that we know. In the near future the world will be gripped by a plague that will ravage the human population and severely cripple our abilities to maintain the society and technologies that we are used to.
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Kristy Gillespie
Nov 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
The Dogs Don’t Bark in Brooklyn Any More, a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel, by Eric Robert Nolan is the first of a series. Rebecca O’Connor is a captain in the Special Animal Warfare Services (SAWS), the year is 2054, and mutant wolves have taken over the majority of the United States. Thirty-three -year old Rebecca is known for her intellect, red hair, and incredible speed. “In her most private moments, she’d liked to imagine her scarlet hair as the bright red tail of a comet” (11). The ...more
Kelly Smith Reviews
Jan 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Poet Eric Robert Nolan's debut novel, The Dogs Don't Bark In Brooklyn Anymore (published by the UK's Dagda Publishing) is a postapocalyptic science fiction story full of unique characters, creatures and emotions.

Rebecca O'Conner is this novel's flame-haired heroine, the story spanning her childhood and adulthood in Brooklyn, New York. The former depicts her childhood association with kids who grew up to fight in the war with her later. Mr. Nolan talks about her father, a war vet suffering from
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Emily
Feb 01, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Full disclosure: I received a free copy of this from the author, and though no review was required in return I feel as though I should give it one.

Usually I really dislike books where the past and present jump back and forth, but in this case I felt it worked. It gave us a past for a main character that is so scarred and damaged that otherwise we might not have managed to find any empathy for her. I'll admit the scene that gave this book it's name twisted my stomach into knots with both grief
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Carrie Schor
Nov 14, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This book takes place in the near future, in a world where humans are at war with wolves. A virus has made the wolves sentient, and they have taken over much of the United States, as well as other nations. The main character is Rebecca O'Connor, who is raised by her war hero alcoholic widower father. Eric Robert Nolan alternates chapters from Rebecca's childhood and adolescence to the 'present day', when she is a captain in a special branch of the army that fights wolves in the wolves' ...more
Linda B.D.
This was a good read. Great characters. I had a hard time following the writing style. About 50% in to the book, the chapters starting going back & forth in time. Somewhat confusing. I still don't know the reason for that. Over all -a good read. cliffhanger at the end. (NO ending)
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Eric Robert Nolan graduated from Mary Washington College in 1994 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. He spent several years as a news reporter and editorial writer for the Culpeper Star Exponent in Culpeper, Virginia. His investigative work has also appeared on the front pages of numerous newspapers and local magazines in Virginia, including The Free Lance – Star and The Daily Progress.

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“People like to say, ‘War is hell.’ Well, that saying’s true. I’ve seen it. But the saying’s also bullshit, because it ignores a truth that’s bigger – life is hell. Life is hell, Honey, and war just attracts people who’ve learned to chase the flames a little.” 4 likes
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