Duke - Book 1: Alpha Rising

  • Series: Duke, Book 1
Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
This is the story of Duke, who has the ability to 'change', from human to black German Shepherd, and somewhere in between. More

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About Scavola

I'm Scavola, as you know me now, a lion. Well, not 'on all fours' as we say, but 'standing tall on my hind legs'. My human form, I don't use much, as lions are proud and majestic creatures and humans, once you reach a certain age, just get old and fat.

I've written a few books so far that are available, the 'Duke' series as I call it, Duke – Book 1: Alpha Rising, Book 2: Genevieve's Tale, and Book 3: Transformations, that's where I come in to the series.

Getting to know them, I was so impressed by their story that I had to write it down. It follows them from the time Duke had to tell Mike his secret, that he could 'change' into a black German Shepherd, to their experience with Genevieve, a hundred-year old tortoise, to their joining the Israeli military as part of their compulsory service, where I met them.

We stay in touch, so hopefully there'll be more adventures to come.

I did write a non-fur series, ATL Engineering - Season 1: Murder and Espionage and Season 2: A Beautiful Waste of Flesh, which are also available, and I have other projects I'm working on, but the 'Duke' series, like Duke and Mike themselves, are near and dear to my heart.

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Review by: Jay Mitchell on June 23, 2013 :
loved the book from the moment I started reading it.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Mike Tonio on April 13, 2013 :
Great book with a rather unique "shifter" theme. Enjoyed reading about the ways the "animal" characteristics may cross over into the human side, and vice versa. Light, enjoyable read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: MarcoWolf on Jan. 21, 2013 :
Absolute brilliance i have loved this book from the moment i saw it and it never fails to please.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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