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The Howling Wind By MichaelAndrews,

  • Title: The Howling Wind
  • Author: MichaelAndrews
  • ISBN: 9781500759667
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s been a peaceful two months in Blackpool since the battle at the Church of the Merciful Heart and the destruction of the vampire pack, but when human remains are discovered on Marton Mere, the police try to play it off as a wild animal attack Teenage vampire Alex Hayden is not so easily convinced and soon reveals a cover up of the murders However, he discovers that tIt s been a peaceful two months in Blackpool since the battle at the Church of the Merciful Heart and the destruction of the vampire pack, but when human remains are discovered on Marton Mere, the police try to play it off as a wild animal attack Teenage vampire Alex Hayden is not so easily convinced and soon reveals a cover up of the murders However, he discovers that the truth is worse than he feared A pack of Lycans have made their home in Blackpool and with the full moon just days away, it s up to Alex, detective Harry Shepherd and their friends to stop the werewolves before they kill again.
    The Howling Wind It s been a peaceful two months in Blackpool since the battle at the Church of the Merciful Heart and the destruction of the vampire pack but when human remains are discovered on Marton Mere the pol

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    1. This book does something rare for a series, it supersedes the first one I was endeared to the main characters Alex and Harry in this book I think that was due to the excellent setup in the first book This book has a bit action and tension, which I love Andrews seems to settle confidently into his writing style, making the transitions even smoother And it s worth me noting that I don t usually read vampire stories, but this one has a unique appeal to it I found myself genuinely looking forward [...]

    2. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.UNDER A BLOOD MOON was good THE HOWLING WIND is even better A change in the writing style can be sensed not so much that it disrupts the flow between the two books, but just enough to realise that the author has matured in his writing since publishing the first book It s still a pleasant and easy read, just like the first book was.The fact that you already know the characters and love most of them only intensifies that experien [...]

    3. For the majority of humans, the supernatural exists only in fiction But underneath the normalcy, concealed beneath the mundane prosaic events that constitute human life, a war is being raged The Howling Wind is the second book in a series that chronicles the adventures of teen vampire Alex and his friends who attempt to protect the city of Blackpool against an invading pack of werewolves This book is structurally well written, the plot is fluid and drives on toward the finale with appropriate te [...]

    4. This book picks up where Under A Blood Moon, the first in the series, left off Alex Hayden, vampire, is now going up against a pack of werewolves that have been slaughtering innocents in his stomping ground of Blackpool The secondary characters are better developed here, and Andrews has clearly progressed a lot as a writer The disarming humor of the first book is still going strong, which is a huge plus for me as a reader There s depth to the characters this time out, and the plot hangs togethe [...]

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