werewolf books

Werewolf Books:

The origin of the werewolf superstition written early in the 1900’s by Caroline Taylor Stewart.

Not exactly a novel but a written story of how the superstition of werewolves developed all over the world. The authors writing of the book in the early 1900’s shows that werewolves did in fact have a “presence” in culture. Real werewolf books, such as this short research book, are far and few between in today’s world. This copy has been preserved digitally courtesy of Microsoft and the Internet Archive available for free download.

If you are looking for werewolf fiction books this may be the wrong book. The author takes a serious approach on describing the origin of the werewolf story. A great resource for a werewolf research project or to further your knowledge of the werewolf.

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5 Responses

  1. Fang lupine Lycan says:

    blood and choclate and the wereling series is the best werewolf books i ever read

  2. Me says:

    I liked Shiver, by Maggie Steivater (spelling could be/probably is wrong). Hee hee! Werewolves that change in the cold!

  3. Jo=me(hates Astinah) says:

    cool. ^_^

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