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Teeth of Beasts (Skinners) [Mass Market Paperback]

Marcus Pelegrimas

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1 May 2010 Skinners (Book 3)

Twilight fans hungering for more vampire/werewolf drama can look forward to Skinners.”
 —USA Today

 

There are werewolves in the subways! Teeth of Beasts, Marcus Pelegrimas’s third dark, violent, action-packed Skinners paranormal adventure, is a must for Jim Butcher and Laurell K. Hamilton fans, for Halo aficionados, and for anyone who loves a good, gory, supernatural story that creeps under the skin. Bram Stoker Award-winner Jonathan Maberry calls Pelegrimas’s series “A hell of a lot of fun,” and the latest chapter goes to glorious new extremes, with vampires, shapeshifters, savage inhuman beasts, and all manner of terrifying things that go bump in the night.


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Twilight fans hungering for more vampire/werewolf drama can look forward to Skinners.” (USA Today)

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Horrible things move through the shadows of our world—bloodsuckers, Full Bloods and mongrel beasts, shapeshifters and minor freaks. For centuries creature hunters known as Skinners have protected humankind. But who protects the Skinners . . . from madness?

Unbeknownst to the human population, a pestilence is raging through an unseen community of low-level monstrosities. What seems, at first glance, a boon for the mortal cause has horrific connotations—as the Skinner team of Cole Warnecki and Paige Strobel races across the Midwest to uncover the shocking secret of the “Mud Flu.” For a nightmare of destruction and blood sacrifice is looming—one born of an unholy meeting nearly two centuries ago—that will pit man against beast, and Skinner against Skinner.


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Amazon.com: 5.0 out of 5 stars  7 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read in Urban fantsy 1 Sep 2010
By Michael E. Kelley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
I was introduced to Urban Fantasy some time ago and have discovered that much of it is Paranormal Romance. That is fine for many, but I tend to like more action and adventure in my reading. The Skinner books have are one series that have satisfied that need. Teeth of the Beasts continues with great action, lots of adventure and even some romance for those that look for that. I received the book and read it in three days. The book is a page turner and fun to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Teeth of Beasts eats Twilight fans...So much more here. 14 Jun 2010
By Sherri Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
I always hesitate at writing reviews because I am an avid reader not writer. That said, Marcus Pelegrimas is an
excellent story teller. There is always something going on but not so much that you cannot keep
the story in check and his words flow so you look forward to reading more. 400 pages!!! Yeah! This can be a stand alone story but I do recommend reading the other Skinners novels to make you feel like you know the characters better.

Teeth of Beasts is the third novel in Mr Pelegrimas Skinners series.
Skinners are an ancient small group of people all over the world. They have special abilities gained by studies of ancient magic and present day studies using parts and blood of creatures culled. Paige and Cole are the skinner/investigators, they have friends too. The Skinners are protectors in our world from beasts we do not know exist. Creatures like Full bloods, Half-breeds, Nymphs, (mind altering beauties), mongrels, shape shifters and Vampires. In Teeth of Beasts we have a pestilence that is effecting the human population turning them into Zombies with a viscus mud slimming out of them and it may be deadly, and who is kidnapping and murdering the Nymphs? Nymphs which have an essence that can be used in very powerful magic for those who practice it. If you are a Simon Green or Jim Butcher fan you will be hooked with Marcus Pelegrimas Skinners series. Enjoy.....
5.0 out of 5 stars Favorite one so far - 4 stars 13 Sep 2012
By Cheryl - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
There are spoilers for previous books in this review

Paige and Cole are back and there's a new mystery in town. Something called Pestilence is killing the Nymar while another disease, called Mud Flu, though not as deadly as Pestilence, is affecting humans. Pestilence seems to be related to Henry, the crazy full blood formerly infected with the Nymar spore who we met in the first Skinners book, Blood Blade. We learn more about him and what he went through at the hands of Dr. Lamont and the Skinners centuries before.

We also meet a couple of other Skinners when Paige and Cole have to travel to St. Louis, Missouri to investigate Pestilence after an infected Nymar turns up at the restaurant looking for the pair. Going with them is another Nymar named Daniels, a secondary character I actually really like, as he tries to figure out what's going on with the disease while still trying to find a cure for Paige's arm. Additionally, there are also more Mongrels, Nymphs and a possible tie in with some strip clubs; of course, the guys have no problem investigating that.

There's quite a bit of action and a little more of a mystery, or maybe I should say twist, in this book than in the previous two. As Paige, Cole and the other Skinners try and find out who's behind Pestilence, we find out more about the history of the Skinners and the secondary characters I mentioned before have bigger roles, which is part of what made this my favorite Skinners book, so far. Also, I don't need mushy romance in my books, in fact, I prefer them without a lot of schmaltz and flowery crap, though I do like it when the main character finds a love interest. In this series I thought Paige and Cole would hook up, then I started thinking she was just a tease, which annoyed me because I really like Cole and he's a good guy to boot. Skip the next paragraph if you don't want to know about what, if anything, happens between them.

*****Spoiler*****So, I was happy as a pig in crap when they finally got together in this book. I started thinking it wasn't going to happen and was surprised, and happy, when it finally did. There wasn't a lot of talking about it (which I'm glad about, I like that it's mainly action of the supernatural kind), so I'm looking forward to seeing how it's brought up in the next book.****end of spoiler****

I really like Pelegrimas' writing style and Cole has quickly become one of my favorite characters. Considering what he now does, he's very normal and I love his observations and his more than occasional snarky remarks. If you've liked the other two books, I think you'll like Teeth of Beasts.
5.0 out of 5 stars Skinners, There is a new Slayer in town 15 Dec 2010
By William Bloodraine - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
I picked up the first Skinners Book, Blood Blade, while i was in Texas. I was out with my brother carousing the local Book shop and I saw this wonderful cover art. It was dark, mysterious, and featured a Knife (that I wouldn't mind having)and a lot of terrible beasties. So I flipped it over and read the back summary aloud to my brother. Needless to say i bought it and another book. While the other book was boring, Blood Blade stayed on his shelf (I am a much faster reader than him). After a cross country move to California, i found the book again, hidden in his box of books. I picked it up and read it within 24 hours. It was fantastic, I was hooked. Paige was hot and kind of mean (in a good way); she is everything i want in a woman. Tough, battle ready, smoking hot, with just a little bit of sarcasm written in. Cole was a lot like me. Granted i don't like technology, he was a nerd. But he still made it. The world that i was plunged into was incredible. Since then i have bought all the books, as soon as i could afford them and have finished them way too fast... :( Marcus is not creating them as fast as i read them. But i know how it goes as a writer. It's hard work. So, Buy the book, read the book, drool over Paige and feel jealous, when she is not your girl friend, Crave to live the life that Cole does, for while it may be scary it is still better than having no job and studying for your multiple college degrees just waiting for the end of the world. Love the book... I know you will.
5.0 out of 5 stars There's no end in sight 15 Nov 2010
By David Davis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Yet another layer in this excellent story being told by Pelegrimas. With each book his story getts deeper and deeper and more evolved. Cole has almost realized that there is no more "Kansas", even if he keeps clicking his heals together and wants it real bad.

In a battle with dark and evil creatures, that just want you and everyone you know dead or for dessert, some lines have to be crossed. Teeth of Beasts pits Skinner against Skinner; old school vs. new schooland asks; Does a mans past acheivements allow him to be above reproach? Is the means to an end justified, if it kills the very things that want to kill everyone? Pelegrimas layers his stories and books so that one action or result, in one, opens up events and consequences in the next.
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