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He attempted to address the mythic, folkloric, religious, and psychological aspects of lycanthropy, and even the gothic trope of a cursed storyline. I would have enjoyed it very much had he pulled it off. But the book is so thin, and the story is pulled in too many directions for Gregory to dig deep. The result was something rather predictable with only the promise of something more.
K Rating: 6.5/10
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