Friday, March 25, 2011

Got Wolfsangel?

Wolfsangel“Savage, dark, strange, and unpredictable.” -Joe Abercrombie

“Sorcery and savagery fuel this rousing historical fantasy... Vivid in its rendering of the primitive historical past, this entertaining adventure will have readers eagerly anticipating the next book in the series.” -Publishers Weekly, January 17, 2011

“This somber series debut echoes the brooding atmosphere of Scandinavian myth and should appeal to a wide readership.” -Library Journal, February 15, 2011

“We are not done with werewolves and the fey, at least not while we have books as fine as Wolfsangel by M. D. Lachlan...”  -Agony Column, January 12, 2011

“Lachlan is a gifted author and one who clearly loves his chosen subject and historical setting, which makes this novel is a must-read for fans of dark fantasy tinged with atmospheric horror elements...[his] writing has a certain quality that sucks you in and draws you on through the story...From raids to single combat, the author really puts the reader into the heart of the action; it is close, brutal and often highly personal. Certainly, Wolfsangel contains some of the best, most realistic fight scenes I’ve read in a while...Wolfsangel is a highly recommended historical fantasy… if you give it a try you will be rewarded for doing so. Dark, atmospheric, original… This is a great read.” -Civilian Reader blog, December 21, 2010

Wolfsangel is wonderful historical fantasy that gives a different spin on the werewolf legend that tells a story of love, betrayal and the search for the truth. It is a tale that mixes love, betrayal and brutal action in a satisfying way that will leave a reader wanting more. This is recommended for fans who wish for a more brutal type of werewolf story in a historical fantasy setting. I give this one five stars Top Pick keeper status and looking forward to the sequel!” -Night Owl Reviews, Five StarsMarch 11, 2011

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