A copy was provided by the publisher prior to the release date for review purposes.
I applaud Glen Duncan for creating a werewolf I actually love.
Youngings do not be mislead by this simple but gorgeous cover because this is not for the underage. The Last Werewolf is hot, sexy, and bloody.
The cover itself alone is gorgeous. Printed on rough textured paper it is adorned with golden moons and text that reflect in the light. Additionally, the sides of the pages are colored a dark blood red, very gorgeous and it complimented the events that occur in the novel.
The pace in The Last Werewolf is quite slow and at times can be really hard to put up with. I experienced quite a few moments where I felt I couldn't continue but thankfully I decided to tough it up and push forward. I didn't regret it one bit. Glen's tale of Jake was engaging, bloody, sexy and entertaining. The story was unique and exciting; drawing me in with Jake's unique personality and crazy life style. Glen Duncan where have you been all my life? Are you a genius possessed by the devil? If so...marry me! It takes quite a writer to make me fall head over heels in love with a werewolf and Glen's done just that. Glen's Jake is no Jacob Black, that I swear to you.