books on werewolves

I’m just going to interrupt Werewolf967 for a minute and refer everyone to some werewolf books that I’ve found that may provide some good information concerning good werewolves vs. evil werewolves, facts and fiction of werewolves, and everything else about lycanthropes, because the best way to learn about werewolves (apart from knowing one or being one, is of course research). So here we go…(check out some werewolf art when you are done!)

One that looks interesting is called The Werewolf Book: The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings. It is a study of folklore and case histories of lycanthropes, and is over 400 pages long.

Another book that studies werewolf lore is the Compleat Vampyre: The Vampyre Shaman, Werewolves, Witchery, & the Dark Myth of the Undead. It is research covering wolf cults in Europe.

Finally, there’s a book called The Essential Guide to Werewolf Literature which covers not only fiction, but nonfiction werewolf myths and superstitions.



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  1. Kitsunekraze900 says:

    I read The Werewolf Book: The Encyclopedia of Shape-Shifting Beings. They had it in my library. I really liked the book.

  2. onixe11 says:

    What about the book Werewolves: Myth, Mystery and Magick? Its SOO good!

  1. February 17, 2010

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