The world of man was brought to its knees with the zombie apocalypse. A hundred and fifty years have passed since man has clawed and climbed his way from the brink of extinction. Civilization has rebooted, man has begun to rebuild, to create communities and society. It is on this fragile new shaky ground that a threat worse than the scourge of the dead has sprung. One man finds himself once again thrust into the forefront of a war he wants nothing to do with and seemingly cannot win. Follow along as Michael Talbot attempts to thwart the rise of the werewolf.
This is one of those books that, when I started reading, made me wonder if I had spent my time living under a rock. (Yes, another one)
I should have known by the title: Lycan FALLOUT, that it had something to do with Tufo’s hugely successful zombie series Zombie Fallout, but the thought never entered my mind. Duh.
Lycan Fallout brings back two of my all-time favorite characters, Mike Talbot and Tommy. I had read a few of the zombie books these two guys were in, then my teeny tiny attention span took me down different roads and I had forgotten all about them until now.
Mike Talbot is known for letting his mouth get him into trouble and this time was no exception. Mike has been through he zombie apocalypse and watched his entire family (and his dog Henry) die. Now, he has to battle werewolves.
The only werewolf series I have read and enjoyed was the High Moor series by Graeme Reynolds. I decided to give this one a go because it’s…well…it’s Mark Tufo! That, and it is included in a brilliant werewolf set I’ll share with you in just a second.
Lycan Fallout was everything I expected. It wasn’t filled with cute and cuddly puppies or werewolves that turned into hot guys when the full moon wasn’t around. This story was filled with werewolves, the way they were meant to be written – as savage beasts who lived to tear humans apart. Of course, Mike doesn’t help his situation and usually ends up making it worse by running his mouth, but I was glad to see he hadn’t lost the humor he kept throughout the Zombie Fallout series. (At least he had it in the books I read.)
Tufo does a great job with this story, but I’m mad at him for what he did at the end. That’s all I’ll say about that.
So – about that werewolf set.
Lunar Curse is a box set of 7 werewolf books – by some of the best werewolf authors out there today. Mark Tufo, Graeme Reynolds, Christine Sutton, T.W. Piperbrook and others bring you this set of 7 full-length novels for only 99 cents/99p. If you love werewolves, you NEED this set. I don’t know how long it will be 99c/99p, so grab it while you can. Why pay $2.99 or more per book when you can get 7 books for a buck?!
Now, stop reading this and go read a book.