When the entire population of Shade goes missing, investigative reporter Mila Watson knows this could be the big break she has been waiting for. Setting off into the mountains to the village of Shade, Mila soon learns that the village isn't as deserted as she first believed it to be, and that creatures lurk in the shades...
©2015 Tim O'Rourke (P)2015 Tim O'Rourke
This may be less than 2 hours long but O'Rourke manages to pack an awful lot of back story as well as current story into this book. The book does end on a cliffhanger, which if you read the blurb you will know about, if like me you didn't read the blurb then you may be left shouting at your listening device for the way it ended. Thankfully I have book 2 ready to go.
This book is mostly an I troduction to the rest of the series, but it does have its own fair share of story and mystery, not to mention a fairly violent scene that Mila is pretty lucky to survive. Considering g this you'd be forgiven for thinking that Mila would want to slink away back to the house she shares with her uncle and hide away allowing him to protect her, but instead she packs up her. bags and heads on out on her very own adventure. All by herself. Into the unknown.
"Werewolves of Shade book one review"
Yes. This was really interesting.
Her narrative voice.
What is told in the beginning of chapter one. Describing werewolves, vampires and the immortal woman.
I enjoyed this.
Another amazing start to a great new series by Tim O'Rourke. I can't wait to get the next one.
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