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Something dark and sinister is spreading through the California town of Big Rock. Something more brutal and animalistic than normally lurks in the shadows of our daily lives. And its numbers are growing exponentially.

Werewolves have arrived like an epidemic. This time, though, the outbreak is careful, planned by the hungry monsters themselves. The werewolves have dug their claws in deep and continue to grow ever more powerful. As the infection transfers through grisly violence and horrific sex, the entire town transforms into either starved predator or terrified prey. This time, there is no escape.

Can the remaining band of humans fight back? Are there enough left to stop the trail of terror? Were there ever enough? This gut-wrenching follow-up to Ravenous by Grand Master of Horror Ray Garton will have you too scared to turn the page . . . or too scared to stop, if only to seek refuge in its shocking end.
Published: Open Road Media an imprint of Open Road Integrated Media on Apr 1, 2014
ISBN: 9781497612532
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This book would of been rated higher if sex wasn't one third of it.read more
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It might be that I'm a sucker for the Lycanthropic genre, but I really liked this book. The author writes that the "virus" is sexually transmitted, so their is sex. Up to this point I have not read any other Ray Garton books, and this one does have characters from previous novels, although it did not detract from my enjoyment of this book.read more
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This book would of been rated higher if sex wasn't one third of it.
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It might be that I'm a sucker for the Lycanthropic genre, but I really liked this book. The author writes that the "virus" is sexually transmitted, so their is sex. Up to this point I have not read any other Ray Garton books, and this one does have characters from previous novels, although it did not detract from my enjoyment of this book.
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