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Written by David WellingtonAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by David Wellington

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 288 pages
  • Publisher: Broadway Books
  • On Sale: October 6, 2009
  • Price: $14.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-307-46083-7 (0-307-46083-5)
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Deep in the uninhabited forests of Canada's Northwest territories, a young woman named Chey is on a quest;
she has vowed to seek revenge on the werewolf who killed her father. But to her horror, Chey herself is bitten
and infected with the curse. As she reluctantly accepts her new existence as a lycanthrope, she is forced to
bond with the very man--or wolf--she's sworn to kill...and to accept that she has now become the monster she
most despises.

When a team of killers descends on the forest, Chey is faced with an unimaginable decision; will she help
these men sent to kill her enemy, or embrace the beast she has become?

Praise for David Wellington’s Vampire Novels

"A page-turner . . . the author’s take on vampire lore is intriguing and unique [and] the novel never fails to surprise."
Ottawa Citizen, on 13 Bullets

"It’ll have you double-checking the locks and laying in extra garlic."
–Men’s Health, on 99 Coffins

"Wellington is moving the literature of the undead into the twenty-first century."
–Los Angeles Times, on 99 Coffins