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Way of the Wolf by E.E. Knight
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Sep 11, 2009

it was amazing
Read in September, 2009

This book is one of the first post-apocalyptic/Vampire book that I've truly loved. The reasons I loved this book are that it is a book about undying hope and determination even in the depths of fear and predation. The main character, Lt. David Valentine, is not your typical save-the-world type hero, the reluctant warrior who when faced with a helpless opponent shows mercy, he is a killer, a man unafraid to kill for the greater good of humanity. He is the hero for a new age, A dark warrior with his own dark secrets. The food chain for the world has undergone a drastic change. Humanity is no longer at the top of the food chain, that role has been usurped by the Vampiric Kur and humanity is relegated to the role of cattle. Valentine will stop at nothing to restore Humanity to it's rightful glory and position at the top of the food chain.
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