The Last Werewolf Hunter: The Complete Series

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Zach Trewick always thought he'd become a writer someday, or maybe play baseball for the Texas Rangers. He never imagined he'd find himself dodging bullets and crashing cars off mountainsides, caught up in a desperate struggle to break the ancient werewolf curse that hangs over his family. Is Zach brave enough to win the fight, or will he go down in defeat like all those before him? More

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About William Woodall

I've been writing stories almost since I was able to pick up a jumbo crayon and put words on paper. I love what I do and I feel blessed to have the opportunity to share these tales with my readers.

My work is typically classified as young adult literature, if only because the stories are clean and most of the characters are young. There's more to it than that, though.

Every book I've ever personally loved has been what I'd call ageless. That is, it contains something that can touch the heart of a child while he's still too young and raw to appreciate subtlety, but there's also something in it that he can still feed on when he's old and gray, although perhaps not the same things. It's my aspiration to write stories like that.

In fact, the majority of my readers are adults who want to read something that will uplift them and make them feel glad to be alive that day. We all need beautiful stories, and without them we suffer.

If you'd like to know more about me or my work, please visit my official author's website at www.williamwoodall.org

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Review by: Elizabeth Delana Rosa on Aug. 23, 2013 :
Flower Rating:
5 Flowers

Review:
I really enjoyed this series. I read it in the span of 2 days . I was unable to put it down. I am a huge fan of the paranormal craze with shifters, vampires and whatever else the movement thinks up. I have to say though it is a rarity to find a book that contains the Biblical principles I believe in and the werewolf mythology I love. This book is a beautiful blending of both without being preachy for the non-believer, that in itself is a great feat. I connected with Zach, the story is told through his eyes, but it really didn’t matter that I am twice his age and female; I, still, enjoyed his viewpoint. It’s also a human story. The werewolves are there but they are only part of Zach’s coming of age story. The only thing lacking is that I wish there were more of an epilogue. I’d like to see what happens to see what other adventures Zach has. If that’s the chief complaint this book has well earned my 5 Flower rating. Upon doing more research I found that True Silver: Book 4 of the Series is availble. I definitely need to put it in my book budget.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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