Primeval Werewolf Apocalypse Book After the Lycan Virus went airborne in Cincinnati transforming the infected into horrible beasts it left a city decimated and a populace shaken A cure was quickly discovered but outbreaks continued

  • Title: Primeval (Werewolf Apocalypse Book 2)
  • Author: William D. Carl
  • ISBN: 9781618680884
  • Page: 152
  • Format: ebook
  • After the Lycan Virus went airborne in Cincinnati, transforming the infected into horrible beasts, it left a city decimated and a populace shaken A cure was quickly discovered, but outbreaks continued to escalate in other parts of America In response, the government formed an elite group of soldiers to hunt down rogue werewolf clans For General Taylor Burns and head sniAfter the Lycan Virus went airborne in Cincinnati, transforming the infected into horrible beasts, it left a city decimated and a populace shaken A cure was quickly discovered, but outbreaks continued to escalate in other parts of America In response, the government formed an elite group of soldiers to hunt down rogue werewolf clans For General Taylor Burns and head sniper Nicole Truitt, the job has been a tough one, and now they re headed for New York City for some necessary rest and relaxation.Or so they thought.The Lycan Virus has mutated Within hours, New York City has devolved into a state of frenzied madness Beneath the city streets, a reporter, a homeless man, and Truitt s lover struggle to stay alive, fighting off a growing horde of deadly mutations When Burns and Truitt discover the location of the survivors, a desperate rescue mission is launched to escape through the subway system to the safety of Brooklyn.But can even the toughest soldiers fend off millions of primeval monsters while the Big Apple collapses around them A great read full of action, suspense and a sprinkle of romance I highly recommend this book Short Sweet Reviews on BESTIAL WEREWOLF APOCALYPSE A werewolf infested blast of a novel Patrick D Orazio, author of COMES THE DARK, on BESTIAL WEREWOLF APOCALYPSE Much than just another werewolf novel It won t disappoint Flames Rising on BESTIAL WEREWOLF APOCALYPSE

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    1. I love books about shape shifting wares but this sounds like an awesome read. Who would think about an Apocalypse turning America into a place where beasts are everywhere and the government has got involved. I can't wait to read, sounds like it will be a crazy journey

    2. Absolutely amazing! There's so much emotion and twist and just when you think they are safelook out!

    3. You know the term "popcorn movie?" Well, this second installment of Carl's BESTIAL saga is a definite "popcorn book," meaning the action is nearly non-stop and the monster-goodness never lets up.After helping to take care of the Lycan Virus outbreak in Cincinatti in the first novel, General Taylor Burns and ace-sniper Nicole Truitt are taking some time off in New York. But almost as soon as they arrive at their Brooklyn hotel, all hell breaks loose in Manhattan: it seems over-sized rats are now [...]

    4. I loved Bestial the first time I read it and loved it even more the second time I read it. I’ve been wondering if there’d ever be a sequel and finally my question was answered. I was just as happy with this book as the first. The author is very good at bringing the images to life in my mind as I read. The characters are very likeable; my two favs are John and Michael. Now if you’re a werewolf fan you must read this and add it to collection of books. This can be read alone but it’s better [...]

    5. The author promised more action, lesbians, and more blood and gore. and he delivered. There were a few typos, that's a minor thing, but it still irks me. I'm not a fan of the group introductions, and that did get old after a while. The author did a good job with the group panic thought process and the 'civilization vs animal nature' argument - which I hate in EVERYTHING it comes up in. I've seen it done better though, and I have seen it done very wrong. It was a good read, and paced like a horro [...]

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