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  • Kindle Edition
  • 353 pages
  • The Last Werewolf (The Last Werewolf #1)
  • Glen Duncan
  • English
  • 20 October 2017

The Last Werewolf (The Last Werewolf #1) One Last Full Moon Then It Will All Be Over.Jacob Marlowe Has Lost The Will To Live For Two Hundred Years He Has Wandered The World, Enslaved By His Lunatic Appetites And Tormented By The Memory Of His First And Most Monstrous Crime Now, The Last Of His Kind, He Knows He Cannot Go On.But As Jake Counts Down To Suicide, A Violent Murder And An Extraordinary Meeting Plunge Him Straight Back Into The Desperate Pursuit Of Life And Love.Sexy, Smart, Bloody And Heartbreaking, The Last Werewolf Takes Literature By The Throat.


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10 thoughts on “The Last Werewolf (The Last Werewolf #1)

  1. says:

    Glen Duncan werewolves The Last Werewolf Colson Whitehead zombies Zone OneJustin Cronin vampires The Passagethree individualistic, well acclaimed and well awarded but not exactly a household name literary wunderkinds decide to take a go at writing genre fiction specifically Horror and three of its Big Bads why did they do it to reach a wider audience to rake in the greenbacks to see if their personal visions can somehow avoid degradation or at least not be completel Glen Duncan werewolves The Last Werewolf Colson Whitehead zombies Zone OneJustin Cronin vampires The Passagethree individualistic, well acclaimed and well awarded but not ex...

  2. says:

    I looked through some of the reviews and had to chuckle at some of the exhuberantly negative reviews about this book The theme being that Glen Duncan is a pretentious asshole and that he littered this book with literary allusions and mucked with the werewolf myth I don t know if Glen Duncan is a pretentious asshole because I ve never met him, but I will say he is intelligent The literary world is brimming with prententious asshole s that write great books I happened to like the literar I looked through some of the reviews and had to chuckle at some of the exhuberantly negative reviews about this book The theme being that Glen Duncan is a pretentious asshole and that he littered this book with literary allusions and muc...

  3. says:

    Inventive, sly, satirical, allusive, and wickedly intelligent, this novel carried me through by its sheer bravado of language It s self conscious and even full of itself, yet in the most wonderful way, full of sentences like I sipped, swallowed, glimpsed the peat b...

  4. says:

    There s a great scene in HIBAFN where the protagonist s friend, an editorial assistant, pours vodka in her milkshake and blurts out that she can t tell the difference between good and bad books any This really does happen, and The Last Werewolf is the proof I think it s powerfully awful, yet the folks at Alfred A Knopf clearly disagree, since they re publishing it with great fanfare Don t be fooled by the enthusiastic NYT review, which was written by the author of last summer s leaden T There s a great scene in HIBAFN where the protagonist s friend, an editorial assistant, pours vodka in her milkshake and blurts out that she can t tell the difference between good and bad books any This really does happen, and The Last Werewolf is the proof I think it s powerfully awful, yet the folks at Alfred A Knopf clearly disagree, since they re publishing it...

  5. says:

    DNF at 68%Just when you think you ve hit the bottom of the crappy writing trough, the god of purple prose and shitty metaphors comes along and dumps a new bucket of slop on your face Sort of like this sentence actually.This book is what happens when someone pays a little too much attention in their Creative Writing 101 class It has themes It has underlying parallels It has literary devices The whole fucking package Another book I read, The Troop, falls in the same trap, but whereas The Tro DNF at 68%Just when you think you ve hit the bottom of the crappy writing trough, the god of purple prose and shitty metaphors comes along and dumps a new bucket of slop on your face Sort of like this sentence actually.This book is what happens when someone pays a little too much attention in their Creative Writing 101 class It has themes It has underlying parallels It has literary devices The whole fucking package Another book I read, The Troop, falls in the sa...

  6. says:

    So this is a POLAR OPPOSITE of what I ve been reading lately lady smut but REALLY REALLY good If you ve read the Joe Pitt vampire novels, or Sandman Slim, you ll be familiar with the tone of this gritty, fatalistic and very sex violence ridden take on werewolf mythology Basically this is the story of the last werewolf, his past, present and, I suppose, lack of a future Mysterious twists, hunters, vampires, it has everything in a noire type gritty world.What I particularly liked was the slow So this is a POLAR OPPOSITE of what I ve been reading lately lady smut but REALLY REALLY good If you ve read the Joe Pitt vampire novels, or Sandman Slim, you ll be familiar with the tone of this gritty, fatalistic and very sex violence ridden take on werewolf mythology Basically this is the story of the last werewolf, his past, present and, I sup...

  7. says:

    Transitions quite deftly from Interview with the Vampire confessional Gothic heights to retarded, inane Twilight lows What I thought would rationally belong next to Charlane Harris s phantasmagorically wacky tomes on the bookshelf is actually trash I really won t be picking up I, Lucifer although the title is quite enticing after all.Duncan has a hard time at trying to make something so ancient and so inherently cliche new and fresh again The struggle is not present in, say, Clive Bar Transitions quite deftly from Interview with the Vampire confessional Gothic heights to retarded, inane Twilight lows What I thought would rationally belong next to Charlane Harris s phantasmagorically wacky tomes on the bookshelf is actually trash I really won t be picking up I, Lucifer although the title is quite enticing after all....

  8. says:

    I can t wait for people to read this Glen s about as smart as writers come see A Day and a Night and a Day, Death of an Ordinary Man, or I, Lucifer so leave it to him to take the werewolf genre and blow it wide open with a story that s razor sharp smart, funny, sex fueled, and not to mention engineered with the pace of a thriller It s a thinking adult s werewolf novel.One of my favorite passages is a conversation between Jake, ourthan reluctant werewolf, and Jacqueline Delon, the myste I can t wait for people to read this Glen s about as smart as writers come see A Day and a Night and a Day, Death of an Ordinary Man, or I, Lucifer so leave it to him to take the werewolf genre and blow it wide open with a story that s razor sharp smart, funny, sex fueled, and not to mention engineered with the pace of a thriller It s a thinking adult s werewolf novel.One of my favorite passages is a conversation between Jake, ourthan reluctant werewolf, and Jacqueline Delon, the mysterious French woman who I ll only say this much may or may not have his best interests in mind Werewolves are not a subject for academe, she said, but you know what the professors would be saying if they were Monsters die out when the collective imagination no longer needs them Species death l...

  9. says:

    4.5Up until now, I avoided books about werewolves, because I read a few a while back, and wasn t quite impressed by them I also found werewolves to be boring creatures for some reasons But that wasn t the case with this one I really liked how werewolves were portrayed, like monsters who only think and care about killing people and sex and there is nothing boring about that.But with that being said, this book isn t f...

  10. says:

    Moram priznati da sam imala daleko ve a o ekivanja kad sam krenula sa itanjem Dankanovog Poslednjeg vukodlaka.Pre svega, da napomenem da pre itanja ovog romana, nisam bila u prilici da itam knjige koje se bave tematikom likantropije, kao i da nisam preterani ljubitelj paranormalnih romansi koje su danas popularne, i u kojima su esto glavni junaci upravo vukodlaci i sli na stvorenja Stoga odmah upozorenje svima koji o ekuju neku romanti nu pri u o napa enoj du i, zarobljenoj u telu vukodlaka Moram priznati da sam imala daleko ve a o ekivanja kad sam krenula sa itanjem Dankanov...

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