Werewolf Guide To Life

The Werewolf's Guide To Life

The Werewolf's Guide To Life

We don’t find many books out there dedicated to werewolves – especially new books. But a new book scheduled to hit the shelves TOMORROW – September 15 – is not only dedicated to them, but provides a manual on day-to-day living as a werewolf. The book, written by Bob Powers and Ritch Duncan, is called The Werewolf’s Guide To Life: A Manual For the Newly Bitten. We got an advance copy of the book to review for you and let you know if it’s worth your time… so is it? In a word: Yes.

This is not just a book. It is – as the title says – a manual – for living as a werewolf. Before I got the book, I was half expecting a book which mocked werewolves, but this book is the exact opposite. It respects lycanthropy, and
offers advice, tips, and information on everything from what transformations feel like, to avoiding detection, to how to determine if you’re a werewolf. Almost all of which are relevant to werewolves today.

My favorite thing about this book though is that there is some really useful information in it. For example, there are interviews at the beginning of each chapter with both lycanthropes and non-lycanthropes and their views on werewolves. There are also insets throughout the book with things like legends, myths, and facts. And the book seems to go out of its way to cover all aspects of werewolf life – even if it is a controversial topic. For example the use of restraints during the transformation process is very controversial to werewolves – but the book discusses in detail the wrong ways, right ways, and materials to use.

Visit the werewolf’s guide website to buy the new werewolf book or to get more info.

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12 Responses

  1. me? says:

    oh yeah now i’m first ^^

  2. Whitetip says:

    More like werewolf guide for dummy newb’s.

  3. jo says:

    hehe lycanthropy? lol! werewolves were born this way so it isn’t lycanthropy. scientists and doctors say its a disorder but its NOT!

  4. Me says:

    I read that book. Okay, so they got SOME stuff wrong, but they did get a lot right, so it’s defiantly worth the buy. Only problem is if somebody finds it in your bag, questions will be asked and it could get a bit awkward.

  5. death by moon says:

    i read the the book in school. people didnt ask questions and it didnt get awkward.

  6. lee ann says:

    I almost bought this for my werewolf friend for christmas rofl we always trade dumb jokes back and forth

  7. Kitsunekraze900 says:

    I got to read that book. I thought it was a great read, and I definately recommend it.

  8. Sam says:

    You’re all a bunch of fur chasers. Leave lycs in peace

  9. wow seriosly says:

    werewolfs dont exist duuuuhhhhh

  10. wow seriosly says:

    dont become furrys

  11. If you don’t believe in werewolVES(proper grammer), then why the h.ell are you on a iLOVEwerewolves.com site. Get off or stay quiet.

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