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The Frenzy Way (The Frenzy Wolves, #1) When Raped And Dismembered Corpses Start To Appear Throughout New York City, The Investigation Draws Police Captain Mace Into A Plot That Plays Like A Horror Movie Taking The Lead Role In This Chilling Story May Be The Challenge Of His Career, Testing His Skills And His Stamina, But Even A Superhero Would Find The Series Of Terrifying Crimes Daunting Unlike Anything Mace Has Experienced, Every Blood Spattered Scene Is Filled With Body Parts And Partially Eaten Human Remains And In The Wake Of Each Attack Is The Haunting Premonition Of Another Murdering Onslaught As Mace Follows This Crimson Trail Of Madness, He Must Accept The Inevitable Conclusion Whomever Or Whatever Is Responsible For This Terror Does Not Intend To Stop, And It S Up To Him To Put An End To The Chaotic Reign Of A Perpetrator Whom, Until Now, He S Met Only In The Annals Of Mythology Unfortunately, The Mere Mention Of The Word Werewolf Would Send New Yorkers Into A Panic.

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  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • The Frenzy Way (The Frenzy Wolves, #1)
  • Gregory Lamberson
  • English
  • 07 June 2017
  • 1605421073

10 thoughts on “The Frenzy Way (The Frenzy Wolves, #1)

  1. says:

    Fun, fast paced werewolf novel It is basically a supernatural police procedural werewolf noir but it has enough blood and gore to fit snugly in the horror genre Fans of High Moor should enjoy this one and anyone who enjoys writers like J.A Konrath or Jeff Strand theirserious stuff.

  2. says:

    Years back I read a book by Whitley Strieber called Wolfen, about a couple of NYPD detectives battling it out with giant wolves Greg Lamberson s Frenzy Way kind of reminded me of that, at least starting out, since it involves NYPD detectives battling it out with werewolves I didn t really enjoy the Strieber novel a whole lot, mainly because it played out like a police procedural with some horror elements thrown in As I started reading Frenzy Way, I wondered if I was in forof the same.Sh Years back I read a book by Whitley Strieber called Wolfen, about a couple of NYPD detectives battling it out with giant wolves Greg Lamberson s Frenzy Way kind of reminded me of that, at least starting out, since it involves NYPD detectives battling it out with werewolves I didn t really enjoy the Strieber novel a whole lot, mainly because it played out like a police procedural with some horror elements thrown in As I ...

  3. says:

    Somebody please give Greg Lamberson some real money In THE FRENZY WAY Lamberson shows he can be just as adept with large scale action sequences as he is with low budget gore This story of werewolf warfare just screams or is that howls sorry for a silver screen adaptation.Hey, Lio...

  4. says:

    A believable Werewolf story Who would have thought it Amazing detail, with historical and plenty of myth behind it How does a Police Captain cope after he sees what can not possibly be This is a intense action packed book I highly reccomend it to anyone who likes believ...

  5. says:

    Monsters in books and movies are cyclic For a while, Vampires were all the rage until they turned into a sparkling mockery of what a movie monster should be Then Zombies dominated the scene for a while Now, for those who like their horror withfur, fangs and claws, werewolves seem to be on the rise And answering the feral call with a stylish and well written entry is Gregory Lamberson Johnny Gruesome, Personal Demons with The Frenzy Way.Set in New York City, The Frenzy Way opens wit Monsters in books and movies are cyclic For a while, Vampires were all the rage until they turned into a sparkling mockery of what a movie monster should be Then Zombies dominated the scene for a while Now, for those who like their horror withfur, fangs and claws, werewolves seem to be on the rise And answering the feral call with a stylish and well written entry is Gregory Lamberson Johnny Gruesome, Personal Demons with The Frenzy Way.Set in New York City, The Frenzy Way opens with a middle of the night phone call to Police Captain Anthony Mace about a gruesome murder An old man has been ripped to pieces, and the killer left the word skinwalker scrawled in the victim s blood on the wall In the old man s safe, they discover a broken sword, its blade forged of solid silver What starts off as a horrific and bizarre case becomes muchmenacing asbodies turn up, each torn apart, each missing their heads, and with strange words, written in blood, on walls that all mean the same thing werewolf ...

  6. says:

    This book was really dang good It was well written, contained some thrilling action scenes, and the author got the atmosphere of NYC just right I also really appreciated that he captured the diversity of the city, as well as the subtle and sometimes not so subtle underlying racial divide It gave the story and the characters an added layer of authenticity.There were quite a number of POV s featured, and I m torn on how I feel about that Sometimes I felt the shifts enhanced the story and I This book was really dang good It was well written, contained some thrilling action scenes, and the author got the atmosphere of NYC just right I also really appreciated that he captured the diversity of the city, as well as the subtle and sometimes not so subtle underlying racial divide It gave the story a...

  7. says:

    Anthony Mace, the captain of a NYPD homicide squad, gained popularity after nabbing a high profile serial killer A film was made from a book about the case, and he s now easily recognizablewhich makes it tricky when he s working out in the field And his latest case is a doozy a body is found decapitated and shredded to pieces Then another is discovered left in a similar manner Bodies start to pile up while unusual words are left at the scene of each crime While Mace can clearly see the Anthony Mace, the captain of a NYPD homicide squad, gained popularity after nabbing a high profile serial killer A film was made from a book about the case, and he s now easily recognizablewhich makes it tricky when he s working out in the field And his latest case is a doozy a body is found decapitated and shredded to pieces Then another is discovered left in a similar manner Bodies start to pile up while unusual words are left at the scene of each crime While Mace can clearly see the evidence pointing to some kind of creature, his superiors and fellow workers refuse to believe they re facing anything other than a demented psycho or psychos But when Mace witnesses the creature killing someone for himself, he goes before his bosses and gives testimony, not caring what they ll think Refusing to recant, Mace is suspended, but continues investigating the murders and see...

  8. says:

    Pretty solid horror story Lamberson takes atraditional view of werewolves, but the werewolf element really takes the backseat The real horror comes from the element of delight that the Berserker feels every time he kills The rest of the characters are kind of murky Lamberson should have focused on the basic elements of the story instead of trying to create so much mystery about the killer himself The violent scenesthan make up for it, and it all just became superfluous I didn t Pretty solid horror story Lamberson takes atra...

  9. says:

    If you feel like a New York populated by lycanthropes, then take the Hudson River line to the book kindle store and grab download a copy of this chilling, exhilarating romp The author, Lamberson, does...

  10. says:

    This is my favorite book series by Gregory Lamberson The book reads like a movie You can picture each scene vividly as it unravels on the pages An interesting look at the world of werewolves from a slightly different perspective.

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