The Craving-Jason Starr

The Craving

Jason Starr

Ace, Jun 5 2012, $15.00

ISBN: 9781937007553

 

In Manhattan, thirty-nine years old Simon Burns struggles to adjust to major changes in his life; as he lost his job, his marriage is on the rocks, and he avoids the Pack whom he met, along with other stay at home dads watching their kids like he does with his three years old son Jeremy.  The Pack leader Michael Hartman changed Simon, Charlie, and Ramon into werewolves.  Simon shaves his face and chest twice a day; has the strength and speed of a wolf; and craves raw meat.

 

Unable to cope with what happened to him and aware he owes his wife Alison an explanation of the radical changes especially his nocturnal wanderings she has noticed him taking; Simon informs his spouse that he suffers from lycanthropic disorder.  His lies drive the couple further apart until Alison finally kicks him out of their apartment when she no longer trusts him.  He stays at Charlie’s place as he reconciles with the Pack members except Michael who he distrusts.  Meanwhile Ramon met his heart mate Geri Rodriguez, a cop who works the toughest cases.  He takes the first step to convert his beloved, but Michael believes Simon stole it and prepares to end the rogue’s life.

 

The second Pack urban fantasy is a fascinating Manhattan horror tale in which readers observe the changes to Simon that he struggles to curtail or ignore his new life out of fear that what he is will harm his beloved wife and child.  The New York setting adds to this unusual tale as readers wonder whether the real monster is the werewolf or a criminal.  Jason Starr provides an action-packed (pun intended) great Lycan psychological horror thriller. The author writes one of kind

horror tales that will make him tomorrow’s superstar in his field.

 

Harriet Klausner

The Craving

Jason Starr

Ace, Jun 5 2012, $15.00

ISBN: 9781937007553

 

In Manhattan, thirty-nine years old Simon Burns struggles to adjust to major changes in his life; as he lost his job, his marriage is on the rocks, and he avoids the Pack whom he met, along with other stay at home dads watching their kids like he does with his three years old son Jeremy.  The Pack leader Michael Hartman changed Simon, Charlie, and Ramon into werewolves.  Simon shaves his face and chest twice a day; has the strength and speed of a wolf; and craves raw meat.

 

Unable to cope with what happened to him and aware he owes his wife Alison an explanation of the radical changes especially his nocturnal wanderings she has noticed him taking; Simon informs his spouse that he suffers from lycanthropic disorder.  His lies drive the couple further apart until Alison finally kicks him out of their apartment when she no longer trusts him.  He stays at Charlie’s place as he reconciles with the Pack members except Michael who he distrusts.  Meanwhile Ramon met his heart mate Geri Rodriguez, a cop who works the toughest cases.  He takes the first step to convert his beloved, but Michael believes Simon stole it and prepares to end the rogue’s life.

 

The second Pack urban fantasy is a fascinating Manhattan horror tale in which readers observe the changes to Simon that he struggles to curtail or ignore his new life out of fear that what he is will harm his beloved wife and child.  The New York setting adds to this unusual tale as readers wonder whether the real monster is the werewolf or a criminal.  Jason Starr provides an action-packed (pun intended) great Lycan psychological horror thriller. The author writes one of kind

horror tales that will make him tomorrow’s superstar in his field.

 

Harriet Klausner

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