Well I've decided to branch out (not too far to start off with) and I'm going to do a few book reviews online. Just from my own personal collection of course. The first one has to be my own attempt at a novel so here you go:
Werewolf – an unrestrained beast of anarchy or a cold and relentless, calculating killer? If you cannot answer this with absolute certainty, it’s possibly because the werewolf you met is more evolved than man ever dreamed. Werewolves do exist and they exist alongside our society, they have their own rules and hierarchy, they hide in plain sight and have done for millennia. Sometimes, the female of the species is Deadlier... than the male.
This novel, the début from the writer D Michelle Gent, is based in and around Sherwood Forest in England. Though she does not meet up with Robin Hood in her novels, she weaves a thrilling tale of Werewolves that live alongside humans - or as they prefer to call us, 'Humes'.
They have their own hierarchy and Royalty, their own rules and First Laws - which renegade Werewolves disobey at their peril, for overseeing the society as a whole is an army of Sentinels. The Sentinels are charged with keeping Werewolves from making grave errors which will lead to the discovery of their society and then to the eradication of each and every Werewolf, for if Humes knew that there were monsters living amongst them, they would surely hunt them down til none were left to threaten their own society.