This was an excellent spin on the classic werewolf story! I enjoyed it thoroughly & recommend it to anyone who enjoys paranormal fiction. Child never ceases to impress.
I agree with the previous reviews - this book is a waste of time. Ludicrous plot, amateurish writing, can't believe I finished it. The only point of interest was the mention of the dangers of moon dust (true), which Child credits in his acknowledgements to Douglas Preston! (Seriously, check out NASA's info on moon dust - the hazards are serious and disturbing, and led me to the silicosis disaster during the digging of the Hawks Nest Tunnel in the early 30's.)
A very amateurish venture into the realm of Steven King. Don't waste your time.
Pretty disappointed by the storyline, very weak writing.
Too ambitious and not very credible.
Reading this book now in small print. Slow going, but very entertaining, entwined tale. Of course we know the killer is a Werewolf, but which character will it turn out to be? The Ranger? The curator at the camp? Or a member of the strange and feared family on the outskirts of town??
Frustrated, now that I'm in the middle of the book, to find it is in LARGE PRINT!!
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