[E–pub/E–book] Cycle of the Werewolf

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  • Cycle of the Werewolf
  • Stephen King
  • Arabic
  • 05 September 2018
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FREE DOWNLOAD Å Cycle of the Werewolf Woman attacked in her cozy bedroom Now scenes of unbelievable horror unfold each time the full moon shines on the isolated Maine town of Tarker’s Mills No one knows who will be attacked next But one thing is sure When. Welcome to the small town of Tarker s Mill in Maine It s a night in January and a snow blizzard has choked the sky with snow and the wind rises to a shrill scream What happens in such an ambience Terror attack A bid bad werewolf brutalizes a defenseless manStephen King s Cycle of the Werewolf is a long story and not a full length novel Anyways the werewolf would terrorize the small town for a whole year Each chapter corresponds to a monthThe hero of the story Marty Coslaw is a ten year old boy Unfortunately he is wheel chair bound However that does not stop him from indulging in some pretty daring activities He has a somewhat strained relationship with his thirteen year old sister Kate I felt there was scope for developing the relationship between the siblingsThe story started out well but faltered in the middle but managed to gain my interest again I have read this book uite a few times Mostly on Fridays which happen to be the 13th day of the month I reread this book for the Goodreads Horror WeekThis book had the potential to be great It has all the ingredients I seek in my horror novels isolated small town a time when technology was not so developed a terrifying monster and also some elements of mystery The incorrigible mystery lover in me enjoyed how the identity of the werewolf was revealed I loved King s choice of the protagonist as well as the culpritI can t claim to be an expert on King s work I have read only a few of his books that were available in my library But I can safely say had the author written it as a full length novel it could have been as good as if not better than Salem s Lot Very few authors can write about terror in small town the way King can needless statement but made it anyway But this story has been written by the Stephen King The writing is good pretty obvious and the beautiful yet terrifying illustrations by Berni Wrightson would add to the pleasure of readingI have giving the book a rating of 35 which I am rounding off to 4

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FREE DOWNLOAD Å Cycle of the Werewolf Terror began in January by the light of the full moonThe first scream came from the snowbound railwayman who felt the werewolf’s fangs ripping at his throat The next month there was a scream of ecstatic agony from the. I have always loved Silver Bullet This book is super short but full of awesome And the artwork is amazing I will add a few images in no particular order Loved it And of course now I want to watch Silver Bullet Mel


FREE DOWNLOAD Å Cycle of the Werewolf The full moon rises a paralyzing fear sweeps through Tarker's Mills For snarls that sound like human words can be heard whining through the wind And all around are the footprints of a monster whose hunger cannot be sated. I love werewolves and I cannot lie lolNo idea why werewolves of all mystical creatures are what I love so much Maybe it s the animal aspect But I ve always loved tales about them so when I heard that the King of Horror had written a story about a werewolf of course I had to read itWe re in Tarker s Mills Maine in 1984 The book is divided into 12 chapters each depicting the events or one specific event in the respective month of the year So we start in January and come full circle by the end of the bookIn between we get winter snows blizzards downpours sunshine kite fyling fireworks and slaughter Oh so much glorious slaughter This beast really is hungry for the thrill of the hunt as much as the bloodmeat itselfThe reader gets to investigate who of the townspeople could be this mythological creature while the bodies pile upIn addition to the story this edition also has illustrations by Bernie Wrightson I really liked his gritty depictions of key scenes in every chapter which is why I posted them in my 12 status updates There are a few all in black and white but the main illustrations are in colour And I loved them The wolf wasn t always depicted the way SK had described it in the text but that was OK There are a lot of different ways werewolves are portrayed and I m glad this artist s rendition was exactly how I see them tooA nice little story with a lot of dread and a sense of unease Slow and creeping horror prefect while you re crawling up under a nice warm blanket Perfect book to conclude this Spooktober too