Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Ten Things to Hate About Being a Werewolf by Vic Winter

Blurb: There are a lot of things that Todd doesn't like about being a werewolf. In fact, he's pretty sure he can name at least ten things he hates off the top of his head, from his new diet of raw meat to the fact that there doesn't seem to be any other gay werewolves.

Can an encounter with a stranger who smells divine turn everything around? Or is he doomed to hate his new nature forever?

A yummy-voiced short story (especially “wolfed out”) where a man finds himself coming to terms with the fact he’s a werewolf. What I liked about Ten Things to Hate About Being a Werewolf was it gave me a “sip”, like the book line implies, of Vic Winter’s writing, giving me a glimpse into what a longer book by this author would be like. A great shortie that you can read in no time—quite a breath of fresh air because the humour is just what the doctor ordered without ruling the tale.

Verdict: Good writing, good plot, good price. Very enjoyable, thankyouverymuch.

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