The Draculata Nest (Red Wolf, #1)

The Draculata Nest Red Wolf What do you do when the love of your life turns out to be a millennium old werewolf who decides to turn you into one also because she thinks you re the answer to an ancient prophecy Oh and then she d

  • Title: The Draculata Nest (Red Wolf, #1)
  • Author: John Hundley
  • ISBN: 9781468066616
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • What do you do when the love of your life turns out to be a millennium old werewolf who decides to turn you into one also because she thinks you re the answer to an ancient prophecy Oh, and then she dies, without telling you that little part about the prophecy Well, if you re Clifford Crane, you muddle through it like you always have After all, it s not the first time yWhat do you do when the love of your life turns out to be a millennium old werewolf who decides to turn you into one also because she thinks you re the answer to an ancient prophecy Oh, and then she dies, without telling you that little part about the prophecy Well, if you re Clifford Crane, you muddle through it like you always have After all, it s not the first time you ve tried to change for a woman Only this time the change is going to last for a thousand years Jeez, it might as well be forever But things are going ok for Clifford so far, aside from being unable to hold a job and some loss of control around the full moon He s even decided to go back to school But when a couple of young coeds seek to uncover his secret, everyone gets way information than they want ed Suddenly three lives become enmeshed in a larger universe where supernatural beings want to use them as pawns in their dangerous games of political intrigue And they may have set in motion a prophecy that will determine the fate of the human race.

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    1. A thank you to the author who magnanimously gifted me with a copy! What I liked about this book:the new world I was introduced to-we’ve all heard about Lycans being servants of the vampires but this book really shows the extent to which the sly vamps have exterminated the shiftersere were some hints about the fae being a part of this world and I can’t wait to see how the author introduces that element in the sequel.I instantly liked the camaraderie between Heather’s pack mates and their co [...]

    2. Admittedly, the premise had me hooked. Even though I’m not a huge fan of vampires and werewolves which have been overdone to the point of boredom and eye-rolling, this book sounded as though it could be something different. And indeed it was, but rather disappointingly so.A few chapters into the book, it still hadn’t captured my interest enough to keep reading. The very first thing I found a little distasteful, is the sixty year old main lead lusting after two co-eds. It didn’t work for me [...]

    3. The Draculata NestThis book is primarily about Clifford Crane, a man who is 60 human years old but has only been a werewolf for 5 or 6, and the person who changed him has since passed away leaving him with very little knowledge of werewolves. Most of the information he does have comes from Kent a friend of 40 plus years he met in collage who is now a vampire and Kent's lover Roland who is quite high ranking in the local vampire nest. Clifford finds himself unexpectedly confronting a member of a [...]

    4. Review: Clifford is just your run of the mill middle aged guy that would just prefer to blend into the woodwork. But it's a little difficult when he is a werewolf and his instincts drive him to defend a young female friend from vampires. But when his identity is accidentally revealed to the girl and her best friend, it changes all of their lives forever. This book is so totally different from anything I expected it to be. I really struggled just to start reading this novel because I was so sure [...]

    5. First I would like to thank the author and books4tomorrow for giving me a copy of this book to read for a review. I want to say that this is a good book. It's got your normal werewolf vs vampire, but oddly not all of them are enemies :) the main character is Clifford, who is in his 60s but became a werewolf in the last decade so he looks much younger. I like the "made were" background, it's a little different, as you can't be bitten to be one. Most of the story is told form Cliffords point of vi [...]

    6. The Draculata Nest is the first book in the Red Wolf Novels. This is the first book I’ve read by John Hundley. This book follows Clifford Crane a lone wolf who is somewhat satisfied with his lonesome life until he sparks a friendship with two classmates and realizes just how lonely he is. Finding others of his kind also brings along a future that he doesn’t want but falls right into. This is not the typical Werewolf/Vampire story. The book was greatly written and full of excitement and great [...]

    7. Clifford was a unique character and this was a good start to a new series. I didn't get the whole Clifford the big red wolf/Clifford big red dog connection until after I had finished the book. I'm not sure if this was done on purpose or not.I think that anybody who reads this genre has read a book where young women fall for men who are really old because they're not human. It seems to fall into a double standard where Clifford is concerned though because he's the main character and he's not that [...]

    8. There are a lot of books in this genre and it was nice to read a book did its own thing. I loved that it was a vampire-werewolf theme that kept it classic. The alluring and seductive vampires came out at night to play and when they grow angry they become monstrous creatures. And the werewolves didn’t just poof into fluffy big dogs, their bones cracked and the transformation was bone crackling and painful.I think the book is not only full of action and adventure but also grief, pain, love and l [...]

    9. I wasn't sure what to expect with this book, but I quickly got into it. It was a lot of fun, even though I'm not one to enjoy novels that mix weres with vampires (over done to death!), but John Hundley does a great job with it. If you like paranormal novels with vamps and weres against each other, but want something different, then check this book out. I'm happy I did and am looking forward to the next in the series.

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