SSIT Reports on the Different Breeds of Werewolf, Separate Species of Vampire and Human/Animal Shape Shifters By Elisha Worthall and Dr. Xavier Bell

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What similarities does an Asian Werewolf share with a European Vampire? Or a North American Werewolf to a Human/Animal Shape Shifter? Why are European Werewolves the most dangerous breed of Werewolf in the world? Read about the physical appearances, history and methods of reproduction of the subjects in the reports. Discover who are man-eaters and who are not, or who is friend and who is foe. More

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About K.R. Smith

The adventures of the deliriously happy but slightly insane…but even insanity appreciates company.

K.R. Smith aka onaya3 is a self-confessed writerholic, but rather than seeking help for her addictions, instead she indulges her obsessive compulsive disorder. The remotes must sit in order on the coffee table, as must her DVD collection which includes Star Trek, X-Files, Supernatural as well as British comedy.

However her passions which come out as popular subjects in her sci-fi, supernatural, romance series are traveling (the world and through time), hauntings, werewolves, vampires, voodoo, ESP and always looking on the bright side of life (and death).

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Review by: James Hartley on Jan. 19, 2013 :
very interesting book.i liked it very much.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Fiona Barber on April 11, 2012 :
Interesting read.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Fiona Barber on April 11, 2012 : (no rating)
Interesting read.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)
Review by: Jet on Sep. 14, 2011 :
The different types of werewolf and the differences really fascinated me, the amount of information and the in-depth nature of the work I really appreciated. When I started on the section about vampires I found myself getting sucked into the little details, why vampires can’t tolerate garlic or sunlight, it might have something to do with my vampire obsession. The shape shifter section didn’t have as much information but it was still fun to read, what I appreciated most about this was the ease of the read. I found myself thinking and asking myself on many occasions while reading this, is this real? Which I think is how you tell a good piece of writing from something mediocre. A really interesting written piece that sucked me into the science behind the paranormal we love so much.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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