They Cried Wolf

They Cried Wolf Along with a stunned nation Diego Constance gapes at the newscast A frantic evacuation escalates as a virulent contagion dissolves Midwesterners by the tens of thousands It confirms the staggering b

  • Title: They Cried Wolf
  • Author: Rafael
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Along with a stunned nation, Diego Constance gapes at the newscast A frantic evacuation escalates, as a virulent contagion dissolves Midwesterners by the tens of thousands It confirms the staggering betrayal he s uncovered His boss, the President of the United States, is responsible Masked by an engineered calamity, the President has maneuvered a panicked congress intoAlong with a stunned nation, Diego Constance gapes at the newscast A frantic evacuation escalates, as a virulent contagion dissolves Midwesterners by the tens of thousands It confirms the staggering betrayal he s uncovered His boss, the President of the United States, is responsible Masked by an engineered calamity, the President has maneuvered a panicked congress into granting him dictatorial powers A psychopath has slipped past the American electorate Despite legal constraints, Diego remains the President s weapon of choice against national security threats Killing however takes a toll and makes for a lonely life Without family or friends, Diego longs for an end to his solitary existence But first his scarred soul must once descend into a violent darkness A despot grips freedom s throat With each passing hour the stranglehold tightens Whatever the cost, tyranny cannot stand Diego steels himself The bloodlust swells He will confront the most powerful, the most guarded man on earth Diego s cunning, hardened by a brutal lifetime, guarantees nothing What no one knows, not even the President the Executive Assassin is a werewolf.

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    1 thought on “They Cried Wolf”

    1. They Cried Wolf certainly took me on a unique journey. Author Rafael is gifted in weaving words in unorthodox ways. His world-building is akin to that one guy (you know the type) frequently seen in a gym that doesn't have time to mess around. All business, all results. And I mean that as an honest compliment toward his style overall. What we have here is a writer that is shredded in a literal sense; lean and mean with a knack for crafting fast and furious bouts of violence and adventure. I loved [...]

    2. I’ll say up front that I’m not generally a fan of werewolf stories, and I’ll also admit that the story’s opening pages (an introduction to the werewolf mythology of the book) made me wary. But once the book switches gears and enters full-on action mode, and we’re introduced to the story’s fascinating protagonist Diego, I was quickly and effectively sucked into the world the author creates.I think what struck me most about They Cried Wolf is the quality of the writing, and Rafael’s [...]

    3. Let me start by saying that I don’t normally read monster stories. I have studiously avoided books with vampires or werewolves in them ever since Twilight crapped all over the genre. Apologies to Twilight fans but somehow I don’t think Bram Stoker would approve of the likeness.Back to point though, I gave They Cried Wolf a try because it sounded original and I can say that I’m glad I did. This is not Twilightesque in any way. Be warned that this book is not for you if you’re weak of stom [...]

    4. Throw out everything you know about werewolf stories, and strap in for a high-octane ride.From a prologue that quickly establishes the ancient myth behind the werewolf story in this world, the reader is catapulted into a blockbuster scene as commandos board Air Force One in flight to discover its occupants butchered, and the US President dying, gasping out only one word to hint at who the killer was. It's a scene right out of Tom Clancy, but with a werewolf twist.We then jump back in time to mee [...]

    5. Well I am going to be honest, this book wasn’t for me and I did really try to get into it, reading and rereading it but at the end of the day, the merging of paranormal and the political business wasn’t really to my taste. I would rather have one or the other but that doesn’t take from the book just my thoughts. The author certainly as an edge to his writing which I liked but at times it did annoy me, because it didn’t make for such an easy flow for me.That said, this book is packed with [...]

    6. Great story. Very entertaining while being thought provoking. Except for quite a few typographical and grammatical errors, it was well written. It was hard to follow some of the thoughts in the sentences, some due to lack of punctuation, some seemed to be written by a person that English might not be their first language. All in all, though, a satisfying read.

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