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  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus; paperback / softcover edition (7 Oct. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749952431
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749952433
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 2.7 x 19.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 655,196 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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David Wellington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where George Romero shot his classic zombie films. He attended Syracuse University and received an MFA in creative writing from Penn State. He now lives in New York City with his wife Elisabeth and dog Mary Shelley. Visit him at www.davidwellington.net

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A fantastic new cross-genre novel by upcoming urban fantasy and horror author, David Wellington, RAVAGED is totally unputdownable with tons of suspense and a fantastically original take on the werewolf myth

About the Author

David Wellington was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where George Romero shot his classic zombie films. He attended Syracuse University and received an MFA in creative writing from Penn State. He lives in New York City.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tracey Shellito on 14 Jan. 2011
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Not quite so gory nor as intriguing a heroine as his vampire books, Mr Wellington has nevertheless created an interesting take on the werewolf mythos. No horrific bonecracking change here, and no browbeating about what their wolves get up to once back in human form (the cursed ones don't remember what they've done) they are still driven to want to be normal once more. This seems to me to lack as much motive for wanting to return to being merely human. Still a tale which cracks along at a fair clip and makes howling at the moon sound less horrible. Worth reading if you're a fan or David Wellington or werewolf stories. A good anodyne to the pretty werewolves in the Twilight series.

Beware, however. Ravaged is simply Overwinter in another guise. The title has been changed for the British market. Don't think there are four books in the series, 'cos it ain't so.
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'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 introduction of another werewolf causes the dynamics between Chey and Powell to change quite a bit.

The werewolf introduced is Lucie, a woman from Powell's past. She's very different from Chey in that she loves her wolf, and she wants Powell, which of course creates a lot of tension between the group. It also brings problems when in wolf form as the females have to fight to determine who is the alpha female of the pack.

Powell tries to deal with his feelings towards Chey, which are getting stronger by the day but Chey still isn't sure how she feels about him, and considering their checkered past, which I won't go into in case some of you haven't read 'Cursed', I don't blame her. Although I still want them to be together...

There is considerably more information about the werewolves and how they evolved, where they come from. Chey and Powell can't remember anything from when they are in wolf form and vise versa. This gets a little complicated when they are being hunted by Varkanin, a man with bloodthirsty revenge in mind as Chey and Powell can't warn their wolf counterparts of what is happening.

Although there are many chapters which are just from the wolves perspective, the story isn't any less exciting.
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There are four David Wellington Werewolf novels listed on the amazon.co.uk site. Be aware that Cursed and Ravaged are just the UK names for Frostbite and Overwinter.

The author made his own rules for Vampires in 13 Bullets etc and does the same again here with Werewolves. The changes worked very well within the context of the story and brought a frantic pace to the narrative. The characters are racing against time from start to finish which makes a for a great page turner. I liked how he handled the characters in Werewolf form. This is often the weakest part of Werewolf books as it is difficult to develop personality and motivation for a monster that consists essentially of "Grrr Must Eat Manflesh".

The Canadian Northlands are really brought to life. You would suppose that it would be hard to write anything worthwhile about a snowy wasteland, but there is a real Jack London feeling for the landscape in the writing. The history and myths of the people are brought to life. It draws the reader into it in baby steps, and after a while, the idea of meeting the primaeval spirit of the polar bear seems entirely logical. Despite the remote locations there is still sufficient gore to make it a proper Werewolf novel. It was also refreshing to see the Canadian authorities dealing with the problem instead of the usual bring-in-the-Americans plot lines you find in books and TV when something other than hockey happens in Canada.

The ending was good but more or less killed the genre. I was left thinking, but...but...noooooooooo!!
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By Kamikaze on 17 April 2012
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I don't like reading about a book in a review so I wont spoil it for you.
I very much enjoyed rading this, the second book of David Wellington's 'Werewolf Tale'. Good writing that kept me glued to the pages. The characters were well developed and a joy to get to know. It's refreshing to read a werewolf story that isn't a romantic novel.
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