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Werewolves Don't Cry

By: Jim Miller
Narrated by: Ward Paxton
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Summary

John Wagner was a misfit, a bully, a man without a future until he discovered he wasn’t a man at all. He was genetically a Lycan, part werewolf, part human. Taken in and tutored by an organization that protected others like him, they now faced a real threat from a group of demon-hunting killer monks who had sworn to rid the world of his kind.

©2021 Jim Miller (P)2022 Jim Miller

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  • 07-05-22

Not Your Typical Werewolf!

John Wagner was different from everyone else, and it showed in his actions, emotions, and career. Always knocked back two steps for every forward movement until he is recruited by a unique organization. One that protects their own kind – Lycans! Desire to lead world dominance tends to bring the players out of the woodwork and this is no different, amongst the various groups of Lycans identified by their purebred status, and a group of fanatical monks the fight is on to rule. John is faced with decisions and the surprising release of his alpha status.

Jim Miller, the author, takes his time unfolding the dramatic storyline while building characters and plot twists. The dialogue fits perfectly with the characters and story. I found the growth of John to be the most compelling and his growth was multifaceted. The author, whether intentional or not, calls attention to the different levels of bigotry and hatred.
The narrator, Ward Paxton delivers an impressive performance giving each character a unique voice and bringing their personalities to life. His delivery is smooth and authoritative when needed. His performance enhanced the book.

Jim Miller intermingles successfully the myth of werewolves, real-life bigotry, and more into a compelling story.

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