Autumn Moon Tanneheuk Montana a seemingly idyllic small town is overseen by the elders a tribe of people who have watched over Tanneheuk for hundreds of years The elders are shapeshifters werewolves and they

  • Title: Autumn Moon
  • Author: Slade Grayson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: ebook
  • Tanneheuk, Montana, a seemingly idyllic small town, is overseen by the elders, a tribe of people who have watched over Tanneheuk for hundreds of years The elders are shapeshifters werewolves and they protect the townspeople from the corrupting influence of outsiders In return for their protection, they only require one thing Every year, on the first day of Autumn,Tanneheuk, Montana, a seemingly idyllic small town, is overseen by the elders, a tribe of people who have watched over Tanneheuk for hundreds of years The elders are shapeshifters werewolves and they protect the townspeople from the corrupting influence of outsiders In return for their protection, they only require one thing Every year, on the first day of Autumn, they want to hunt a human Drake Burroughs, a young minister with a checkered past and newly assigned to the Tanneheuk Church, knows there s something dark going on beneath the surface of the seemingly perfect little town When he discovers the truth about the elders, he convinces the townspeople that the hunt is a sin against God and to break their pact with the werewolves Roman, the Alpha Wolf and leader of the elders, struggles to keep his pack together and his leadership unquestioned Roman knows the annual hunt is archaic, but also understands the importance of tradition for a race of beings who live on the cusp of extinction But the growing dissension between the townspeople and his pack is not Roman s only reason to hate Drake Burroughs Diana, Roman s sister, is sexually drawn to the new minister, and is willing to do anything to act on it Even kill, if necessary.Add to this volatile mix a family of con artists, a female pot smoking deputy, a young girl determined to be the next chosen for the hunt, a restored 1970 Dodge Charger, Karaoke night, lots and lots of gunsIt might Judgment Day for Tanneheuk.

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    1. I totally enjoyed this fascinating paranormal novel; not only is it well-written and highly character-driven, it's also very believable. The author deftly weaves paranormal elements (which here contain a foundation of genetic and molecular biology), and the history of the community is revealed intermittently, through several different characters. The cast is large, but exceedingly well-delineated.Tanneheuk, Montana, is everybody's ideal small town, really too good to be true. Free of crime, pove [...]

    2. Interesting read. I was very intrigued by the socio-political and social cultural undertones developed in the book. The action was nice and not overly done as in other books of the same genre. All in all, I would consider this book one of the better ones of the modern/Fantasy genre

    3. Autumn Moon is one of the best werewolf novels I've ever read and is a cut above the vast majority of horror fiction I've been forced to subject myself to this year (with rare gems like some of the ones I've reviewed on my blog this year). Words cannot express the number of books I've picked up which purport to be something new in monster fiction only to be a complete joke. Either they're poorly written, underdeveloped, and uninteresting or they're not nearly as original as they claim. This book [...]

    4. When I picked up Autumn Moon by Slade Grayson, I was excited because I couldn’t remember the last time I had read a werewolf novel that I enjoyed. Autumn Moon is enjoyable, satisfying, and so much more. It contains a world full of almost-magical intrigue and allure and a narrative that keeps moving logically and naturally to a fulfilling conclusion.I think the thing I appreciated most about Autumn Moon is it seems self-aware. I’ve come to this novel with the knowledge that it will contain we [...]

    5. Ok, folks…I have your next Must Read Book of 2014! AUTUMN MOON by Slade Grayson is an amazing read, and it’s probably the best werewolf novel I’ve ever read. Yes, that is a bold statement to make, especially when you consider I’ve been reading horror for 30 years. But this book has it all: the story is unique and very original, the prose is solid, the characters are flawed and believable, the werewolves are primal and bloodthirsty…you just can’t ask for much more from a horror novel. [...]

    6. The story begins with a plethora of addictive characters. There’s everything from the troubled minister to a pot-head sheriff’s deputy to con-artists and of course, shape shifters.Once a year, the town has a lottery. One person between the ages of 18-21 will be asked to participate in “the hunt”. The chosen are sent off in the woods with no weapons and told to run year after year. This year, it would appear that things are about to change.Character driven it was hard to predict how the s [...]

    7. This novel hurtles along at a break neck pace, features some very interesting characters, and offers up a fresh twist on werewolf tales. I found myself reading long into the night, hungry with the need to find out what would become of this curious town, who long ago made a hard bargain. The action scenes are well drawn, and there is a layer of underlying eroticism in this story which surprised me, balanced, though by a palpable sense of danger. This is a fun read!

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