Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
What happens when a werewolf decides it wants seafood? Find out how a detective from a small town in South Florida learns how big wolves can get. He also finds out that his girlfriend might be into some weird stuff but that's not the main point of the story. Focus on the werewolf and the whale!

This story is guaranteed to contain no less than one whale and one werewolf or your money back.
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Reviews of Whalewolf by Acadia Einstein

Deirdre Green reviewed on Jan. 28, 2012

Wonderfully absurd and action packed, this is a very good read. Tightly told, memorable characters and lots of laughs. I'm looking forward to the next one.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kari W. reviewed on Jan. 28, 2012

I bought this book because I know Acadia and he asked er told me and several others to buy it.
I wasn't sure what to expect, but it's a really fun, easy going book. It's a not at all serious detective story, very entertaining and fun to read AND it's only 99 cents, you should buy it! C'mon don't be so cheap.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Mike White reviewed on July 13, 2011

Acadia Einstein is a funny man. He is very dry with his humor. And you can see it tremendously in his short story called Whalewolf. In the story, we are introduced to Detective Fisher. He is one part any character acted by Leslie Nielsen and two parts George Costanza. He is pulled into an absurd investigation dealing with death and rabies. Some of the characters are similar as at least three of them are cheapskates. But there is plenty of social commentary in the mix.

The story was an odd read at 1:30 in the morning, but still quite compelling. It's like watching a great dancing act involving monkeys and puppies: It's so nonsensical that you can't take your eyes off of it.

I'd recommend Whalewolf to anyone who can stomach a great dancing act involving monkeys and puppies ... especially at 1:30 in the morning.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
Frank Garcia reviewed on May 4, 2011

Hilarious !
(reviewed 32 days after purchase)
Dragon's Gold reviewed on April 17, 2011

Acadia Einstein's debut short story is tongue-in-cheek hilarious from start to finish. The concept itself is over-the-top fun that extreme B-movies experts will find themselves wishing they'd thought of it first. While there are a few minor editing mistakes and typos that may disgruntle a few highbrow readers, the author obviously put the humor first. In a world that could definitely use a little more laughter, how could that possibly be a bad thing?
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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