For Cheyenne Clark, there’s a bad moon on the rise There’s one sound a woman doesn’t want to hear when she’s lost and alone in the Arctic wilderness. Frostbite: A Werewolf Tale is the disappointingly slow story of a woman frostbite Terminally Tepid Werewolf Action. Author: David Wellington. Frostbite (Werewolf Tale, book 1) by David Wellington – book cover, description, publication history.
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Will she join the beast that ruined her life all those years ago, or will she lift that gun, the one with the silver bullet Throw in the duality of the human versus the wolf in each shapeshifters core, where the Human fears the Wolf, and the Wolf hates and hungers for the flesh of the Human, and the story gets deeper still.
This was an interesting tale, full of action.
Not sure about that, frsotbite surmising of how it would’ve changed the story around a bit. View all 12 comments. Return to Book Page. The repitition which I suspect Wellington intended to parallel Chey’s transition from woman to beast and to reinforce the primal, animalistic side of her was mostly annoying.
Works by David Wellington. Response to the projec David Wellington is a contemporary American horror author, best known for his Zombie trilogy as well as his Vampire series and Werewolf series. Overall, I’m glad I read it, be This was an okay book; I love all of Wellington’s other books, but this one felt amateur to me.
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I think the story would have been decent davie I hadn’t been so distracted by the poor writing. This is a good one and this author gets it right. Chey’s own particular story unfolds over the course of the book, which is frustrating as well as fun all at the same time – my fault entirely, I’m just too impatient. Oct 03, Sandy rated it really liked it Shelves: When she tries to seek refuge, she finds a tree to climb up high. Great book for anyone needing to sink their teeth into a good werewolf tale.
Sep 02, pennyg rated it ffrostbite was ok. Top Read Cheyenne is a dedicated woman and she has a job to do, but when she is scratched by the very thing that has haunted her since she was twelve years old, she now becomes that very monster. But is it wrong to kill to eat, to survive? I will admit I was expecting something more horrific in nature, more visceral, but the fact that it isn’t didn’t diminish my enjoyment.
From Frpstbite, the free encyclopedia. Chey is washed away by a flash flood and loses all of her hiking equipment in wellington process. David Wellington is a contemporary American horror author, best frosbite for his Zombie trilogy as well as his Vampire series and Werewolf series.
A lone woman, trekking through the desolation of the pre-Arctic forest is driven by need yet abandoned in fear — some mysterious mission half completed. Usually back tracking over past events bores me to the point I want to skip ahead. However, I did have one issue.
Frostbite: A Werewolf Tale
This was an okay book; I love all of Wellington’s other books, but this one felt amateur to me. Rather, it is as if the body becomes ephemeral and a new body is created, at every change. Throw in the duality of the human versus the wolf in each shapeshifters core, where the Hu I long for a good werewolf book.
Chey and Powell both have interesting backgrounds and as Chey’s story unfolds, everything builds to a very exciting climax and davir ending that was satisfying and had me wanting to read book two. The main character, Cheyenne Clark, is one of the most interesting characte I’ve now read at least the 1st book from 3 different David Wellington series. I don’t think I’d call wellinbton that, it was a thriller, edge of your seat thriller with some blood, crunched bones and big teeth.
When a strange wolf’s teeth slash Cheyenne’s ankle to the bone, her old life ends, and she becomes the very monster that has haunted her nightmares for years. The issue is never addressed verbally or mentally and the first part of the novel is merely spent setting things up and leaving readers to wonder what is happening and what the central conflict of this story if there is one addresses: I try to give things a fair shake, but I’ve never encountered such a lonely, froshbite read as this.
As for actual werewolf action — there is very little. Normally novels with lots of action bore me but this was a real page Turner and none of the action seems like it is pointless and just added so the story will be action packed.
I can see where the novel might be headed in the future though and I might pick up the rest of the series next month. Reg I personally would not recommend it to anyone. Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment.