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The Last Werewolf; Not Your Ordinary Monster

The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan; Knopf, 2011 Jake Marlowe is a monster. One night a month he turns into something lupine, a creature with the strength and senses of a wolf but the intelligence of an educated man. The … Continue reading

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A Mocha with the Last Werewolf

  “Oh, he’s looking angry,” my wait-staffer says.  She is referring to the face she had drawn in chocolate syrup on the foam of my mocha.  “He started off happy, but he got angry while we were walking over.”  You … Continue reading

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