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Summary

A warrior is measured by the strength of his enemies, and the beast is a fearsome foe.

Among the Northern Cheyenne of the Great Plains lives a boy named Winterfox, whose family has fought monsters since the days of the Spanish conquistadors. In the aftermath of Westward Expansion, he has become the sole heir to their blood feud against the Beast.

Winterfox comes of age in the long shadows of the American frontier, a time when magic has not yet passed into myth. It is a place where the mundane and fantastic still walk side by side, and the warrior society of the Rédo’osnin Dog Men will be remembered a little while longer.

Hidden away for almost a hundred years, the story behind the legend can finally be revealed. Told from his own journals, this first installment in the life of Michael Winterfox follows the early years of a fierce youth from an outlawed culture; a youth who will ultimately become the venerable hermit and mentor in the original Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter trilogy.

©2019 Brian P. Easton (P)2019 Permuted Press

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  • Derek M. Grebner
  • 11-11-19

Counting Coup and Taking Scalps

If you ever wondered what it would be like if the popular video game Red Dead Redemption, had John Marston been hunting down werewolf outlaws, this is an audio-story for you. The Voice acting is like an old friend as Basil Sands reads the words of Michael Winterfox as if Sylvester is reading the journals himself getting a glimpse into the History of his family and the Feud. There is no point after you accept the fact that in this universe that werewolves exist that you must suspend your disbelief because of Narrative jumps or literary leaps of faith. Count Coup and Take Scalps in the Tragic origin of a wise man when He was a green horned boy.

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  • Bonnie Bee
  • 16-11-19

just Awesome

This is another awesome addition to the series. you really need to get the rest of the books to appetite this one.

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  • Taryn Elizabeth Covington
  • 03-02-22

Love this it was a great story and I love

This was really good I love the story line I loved all the experiences he went through now is there a book too because if so I'm going to get it's too because it's oh I'm a negative so I can keep reading because it felt like it didn't end cause she wanted Sylvia to get rid of that big guy so I gotta definitely say what look too is hopefully there

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  • Martin C Hernandez
  • 04-05-21

I can't stop listening to this

the whole story keeps me listening. the main character is relatable to me, as I am Indigenous as well. it is my new favorite

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  • Shockman
  • 02-02-21

Fantastic

I'm not one for prequels because they usually fall short(Star Wars) but this book falls in with the original titles perfectly. the storyline & narration were great & I look foreward to the next book of Winterfox.

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  • ep inlasvegas
  • 20-02-20

Great Series!!!!

all the books are awesome! the narrator is perfect.
an absolute pleasure to listen too

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  • Sweetppp
  • 08-01-20

Well Witten, Great Story, &Fantastic Narration!

I LOVE Werewolf (ww), vampire, beast etc stories. Unfortunately this is usually a guarantee of stupid, immature characters, terrible writing, & detailed descriptions of sex/gore that's irrelevant to building a character or story line. This book (as his last 3 books) is the type of writing I like - suspense/horror, strong characters, great writing/ plot, even the parts describing ww lore & remarks that give insight into actual treatment of Native tribes - all packaged in this story.
The narration is absolutely fantastic! Easton's use of "authetic sounding" Native names & words make it all the better. This makes me want to re read book 1 because I now have a better idea of who's who, background, & ww lore.
The only downside is Easton's stories can occassionally be difficult to follow due to the number of characters, Native words & extensive ww lore. I would like a little more 'scare' but still, this book is another ww book that ranks high on my list. 👍

Ok Easton, I'm waiting for book #5, and this time pls dont wait so long between writings or in getting the audible version.