Moon Madness

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Heir to the biggest werewolf pack in England, and still human at seventeen, Roy has to face the idea that he may never turn.

Deciding this is their last chance to see what werewolf training is like, he drags Clem; his last unturned friend along for the ride and sneaks into the depths of the New Forest where the newly turned struggle to control their bloodthirsty instincts. More
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About Sam Austin

Sam Austin is the author of over 25 stories ranging from short horrors to the 136 thousand word fantasy epic 'Damsel Knight.' Her short story 'Second Chance' was awarded an honorable mention in the writers of the future contest. Her favourite genres to play in are fantasy, horror, and science fiction. Most of her works could be considered young adult.

Having autism and dyspraxia, she's passionate about including underrepresented characters in her stories. Her novel 'Damsel Knight' features a gender questioning teenager in a fantasy world with very strict gender roles. Roy of the 'Crystal Wolves' series occasionally battles mental health issues alongside solving paranormal crimes. And her upcoming series stars a protagonist who happens to have a severe spinal injury.

She's very fond of underdogs, so most of her stories contain characters way over their heads. The sort of guys or girls who are way too stubborn to back down even when they seem to have half of London gunning for them (Truth Seeker), or are surrounded by creatures who could kill them with a flick of the wrist (Crystal Wolves).

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About the Series: Crystal Wolves
An unturned werewolf solves supernatural crimes that veer into the human world, while trying to uncover the truth about the war his pack is involved in.

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Review by: Bege on Dec. 9, 2015 :
This was an enjoyable read about a human teenager in a werewolf family testing limits. This gives rise to various problems but he manages to solve almost all of them himself.
This story stands nicely alone but there is nothing to prevent Roy from having more bad ideas leading to various new adventures.
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