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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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return wellingtpn Book Page. Preview — Overwinter by David Wellington. Overwinter Cheyenne Clark 2 by David Wellington. The days grow colder. The nights grow longer. And every time the moon rises, the wolf inside her grows a little stronger. Cheyenne Clark–a woman whose hatred for werewolves has turned her into the very beast she most despises–prowls the Arctic Circle on the trail of an ancient secret, hunting for the dsvid thing that could remove the lycanthropic curse and make her human a The days grow colder.
Cheyenne Clark–a woman whose hatred for werewolves has turned her into the very beast she most despises–prowls the Arctic Circle on the trail of an ancient secret, hunting for the one thing that could remove baoas lycanthropic curse and plaga her human again. Yet standing between Chey and her goal are a werewolf hunter armed with a diabolically brilliant weapon, a centuries-old werewolf with her own mysterious agenda Worse, with every hour that passes, the wolf inside Chey becomes more powerful.
It won’t be long before the woman disappears completely, and only the beast is left. Paperbackpages. Published September 14th by Broadway Books first plafa January 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Overwinterplease sign up.
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Lists with This Book. Jan 10, Sammy Loves Books rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Horror Suspense Werewolf fans. What an amazing action packed ending to the werewolf series. David Wellington’s werewolves are wonderful. I love the idea of the human and the wolf fighting for domination over the same body. The wolf hates it’s human form and would do anything in it’s power to kill that human.
Powell and Chey have teamed up and are fighting to survive as they are hunted by the Canadian government. Powell is starting to fall in love, but can Chey ever love him after all the p 4. Powell is starting to fall in love, but can Chey ever love him after all the pain he has caused her. Add to the mix, Monty’s creator, Lucie. Lucie has come back from Siberia to claim what is hers.
Monty is her creation and she will not allow him to love another. Lucie’s a white innocent looking worlf, but she is pure evil and cannot be trusted. She’s accepted being bals werewolf and loves the power.
Humans are her prey and she has no respect for human life. Lucie, however, has messed with the wrong man and now has a former Spetsnaz on her trail.
Overwinter is full of suspense, action and drama. As this trio fights to survive, they also battle within their own pack. Alliances are formed and no one can be trusted as friends become enemies and nothing is what it seams. Balqs all 14 comments. Apr 22, Future Slayer Girl rated it it was amazing Shelves: Wellingtob is just something special I have found in David Wellington. Not only did I love Frostbite, but Overwinter just solidified how much I am in love with Wellington as a writer.
I knew that there was a high possibility that it would end with a huge sacrifice, I was right. I knew that as the heroine, Chey was in the daavid, but I pretty much knew from the previous book that anyone else was free game.
I knew that it would be unrealistic for Chey to ever forgive Monty fully. I think in a deep part of herself Chey will never forget, nor will she ever admit that she was actually love with Monty, and that made her a true, and real heroine for me that I will forever respect!
Every character in this werewolf series made me smile.
They were well thought out; there were distinct roles they all had to play. They even had one hell of a great villain and god she was so easy to just hate! I love it, and I love it so much that I want to keep it to myself for all time. I would love for other people to appreciate it as much as I did. It had this uniqueness that made wellinghon what to be a better writer. View all 4 comments.
Feb 07, Yodamom rated it really liked it Shelves: What a fast and furious ride this short series has been. I loved both books, both drove me mad with anticipation, never knowing which way it would go. This second book delved into the ancient spirit gods histories and the myth behind the Were, spinning one fantastic tale.
I will miss the characters, even the hated ones the author did a wonderful job of developing them, I felt like I knew them. They became a black branch in the old family tree, which of course they marked and tore at.
There was t What a fast and furious ride this short series has been. There was the right amount of everything, enough horror, enough hate, enough love, enough hope, enough intrigue and enough questions to make it complete. This author does not follow the format found in so many of the books I read.
The lack of what I expected threw me off a bit, I expected the normal HEA, that is so common I was reaching for it between the words. When it didn’t go how I expected I was exhilarated and a bit shocked. Dzo is my favorite character and stole the show. He has become one of my favorite go to authors and I can’t wait to get more of his work in my hands.
Sep 16, Justin rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. This is one of the best and most original werewolf origin stories that I have read. Also there is a love triangle thing going on. Oct 18, Chris rated it it was amazing. The second and concluding book in his werewolf series, David Wellington has written probably one of the most interesting and horrifying stories about the lycanthrope.
They’re in the wilds of northern Canada and heading even farther North, searching for the rumored cure for their deadly The second and concluding book in his werewolf series, David Wellington has written probably one of the most interesting and horrifying stories about the lycanthrope.
They’re in the wilds of northern Canada and heading even farther North, searching for the rumored cure for their deadly affliction. However, when a mysterious woman, Lucie, from Powell’s past shows up, Chey realizes they will have more than they bargained for.
And when they come to discover an ex-Russian Special Forces soldier, with ties to Lucie, is bent on killing them all, the trio will find out their time is very short, indeed.
Because the weapon he holds is something none of them expected. While the usual tropes with the werewolf horror tale are present the full moon and silverWellington skillfully weaves an engaging narrative that, at moments, is both beautiful and horrific, sometimes both at the same time.
Top Read Cheyenne is travelling with Powell – the werewolf that killed her father and infected her, and both are heading north, deeper into the Artic, to hide from the people that want them dead.
Bu Top Read Cheyenne is travelling with Powell – the werewolf that killed her father and infected her, and both are heading north, deeper into the Artic, to hide from the people that want them dead. But the cure requires a sacrifice, a big one.
Is the cure worth such a thing? Or will it be too late for Chey? Please be aware that this review may contain spoilers before reading further. It was absolutely fantastic though and brought the series to a shocking, but good end.
This series was never supposed to be all lovely with butterflies and a happily-ever-after. The characters we know and love are at risk and we have no idea if they will survive. Chey continues to be a likable heroine and we get to see her struggle to keep her humanity. She remains strong throughout, even in the direst situations. Oh, she did cry, she did break down and beg for her life, but she always tried her best and never gave up. She may have made some hasty decisions, but she really thought it was the best things to do.
Even I disliked her. Dzo has to be my favourite character and actually the hunter, Varkanin. We get to see more animal spirits too, which was a delight.
Varkanin was such a surprise; clever, polite and very deadly. He proved to be a better hunter than Bobby Fenech from the first.