By Glen Duncan
From the writer of the simplest dealers The final Werewolf and Talulla emerging, the hair-raising end to the saga that has galvanized readers' imaginations: an electrifying, startlingly erotic love tale that provides us the ultimate conflict for survival among werewolves and vampires, and one final incisive--brilliantly ironic--look at what it potential to be, or not to be, human.
Talulla has settled into an uneasy equilibrium: together with her twins at her facet and the devotion of her lover Walker, it's a standard relatives life--except for his or her per 30 days transformation into werewolves hungry for human flesh. yet even this tenuous peace is interrupted for Talulla via nagging techniques of Remshi, the 20,000-year-old vampire who haunts her desires. In flip Remshi can't break out the sensation that he is aware Talulla from years earlier than (many, many, many years). they've got their distractions: Talulla is being pursued through a fanatical Christian cult, and Remshi is following the path of reckless feedings via a newly grew to become vampire. yet, because the novel unfurls, they're inextricably attracted to every one other--and towards the instant while an historical prophecy could eventually come to pass--in this story of pulse-pounding supernatural suspense.
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