BOOK REVIEW – “Wolvz. Whispers of War” (part of Project 26) by Toneye Eyenot

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This is a beautiful book. Bloody, visceral, gore… beautiful.

“Revenge” is the centre of the plot. An intelligent, organized and furious wolfkind plans their vengeance, after the outrages they have been suffering from, of course, humans.

Our hurt, betrayed and aching protagonist narrates the whole story from the filter of her pain for her recent loss.

“One by one, my claws penetrate the chest and then slowly, I drag down, opening the body up from neck to groin. It screams. Its final vision is of my gaping maw, descending to tear away its head from the struggling body.”

From the entrails of the wolf community, the reader joins the battle. Every fight, every race.  This book is a must for any werewolves lover.

“The humans had played their final hand, and we are now biting it off.”

Loyalty, hierarchy, fierceness and savagery. Every page of the book keeps you vigilant and Eyenot knows how to make you feel the hate, ache and fury from within.

That said, this story is beautifully written, you will read it in one go. This is one of those books that once you’ve read it, you want to open it often, and randomly read a couple pages to get that smile you need to compensate a bad day. It’s very worth getting the paperback, sure I will.

This piece cannot disappoint you in any way. For horror, thriller, animals, wolves lovers. A melodic slaughter, crimson honey for your mind. Just take this book, a hot coffee and …enjoy.

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