In David Wellington’s supernatural novel “Frostbite,” hiker Cheyenne Clark is lost . Balas de Plata tiene todo que un libro necesita para convertirse en un éxito. Overwinter has ratings and 92 reviews. Sammy said: Howling Stars for OverwinterWow. What an amazing action packed ending to the werewolf series. This is a cross-genre novel by upcoming urban fantasy and horror author, David Wellington. There’s one sound a woman doesn’t want to hear when she’s lost.

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Now Cheyenne is infected with the curse. This has been tragically tattooed to her br Warning: Not the usual werewolf book. Only to find herself face to balaas with a Lycanthrope.

These are big dire wolves that no one wants to kiss or have tea with, but have a great story. May 22, Emma T rated it really liked it.

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This series was never supposed to be all lovely with butterflies and a happily-ever-after. In Frostbite, dzvid makes the rules for his lycanthropes all the more strict and frightening, whi If revenge is a dish best served cold, then what better place for it than the Canadian North?

Even though I was saddened by the end, I still give it five stars. It truly does speak for itself! Not for the faint of heart, Frostbite is a graphic and highly realistic depiction of what werewolves would really be like if they roamed the earth.


The wolf and human as separate beings is more enjoyable than them being baoas same. It is desperately hard to synopsise this novel without giving too much away about the plot which is why I have kept it as sparse as possible — and I feel as though part of the strength of Cursed comes from watching the mystery about Chey unfold.

Monty is her creation and she will not allow him to love another. One of the things that I really ppata about Wellington is his straight-to-the-point writing style, raw and full of energy, and his use of short chapters.

Forget the werewolves who can retain humananity while in wolf form, or the ones who walk among us, for this is about the primal beast you become when you are cursed to be a werewolf.

This is a must read series!! My only problem with the story was the easiness of Chey’s acceptance.


For Cheyenne Clark, change came about in the space of thirty very bad seconds. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

A good sequel that is fifty percent action that like the first book, didn’t bore me and feel like it was just thrown in there for the sake of being action packed and fifty percent mythology. It was absolutely dvid though and brought the series to a shocking, but good end. Though the nice thing is when you read a lot of books they help.

Although there are many chapters which are just from the wolves perspective, the story isn’t any less exciting. While in general I would have liked a bit more descriptive narration at times, the details surrounding the wolves and lore of the animal spirits was fantastic. A great adventure, wellingtom to remember. What a page turner. The style was different than other books I’ve been reading.


Cursed (Cheyenne Clark, #1) by David Wellington (4 star ratings)

Werwolves are my favorite classic monster and this is a good one. I started book 2, about 10 second after putting this one down But can one survive alone? 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.

To start with, she is merely a girl in danger of her life, and I enjoyed being given little hints and tips about her back story and what she is really doing in the Canadian Arctic. However, when a mysterious woman, Lucie, from Powell’s past shows up, Chey realizes they will have more than they bargained for. There was plenty of action and I thought that the characters’ goal, to rid themselves of their wolves, made this book a more interesting read than the first.