The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor


      The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor
Medical student Jonathan Felldarking expects 1849 to be a fine first year at Oxford University Why should he mind eccentric fellow student Adam van Cufton asking his advice on infections that cause horrifying physical changes, at certain times Surely nothing serious can come of meeting someone who fears the moon Before long Felldarking is thrown into a fugitive existence, travelling from Victorian London to the seemingly peaceful village of Morgrave in the desolate English countryside But all in Morgrave is not as it seems, and Felldarking will need all his wits and scientific knowledge to defeat a greater threat than he ever expected, and fulfil a greater purpose Best Read [ The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor ] Author [ Jacob Coates ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 198 pages
  • The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor
  • Jacob Coates
  • English
  • 13 October 2018

9 thoughts on “ The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor

  1. says:

    The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor is a triumph of atmosphere The small English town where most of the story takes place, nestled amongst the dark forests and forgotten byways of 19th century Great Britain, is masterfully illustrated with one vivid word picture after another The author s prose style is clean and varied, and his dialog captures the flavor of its setting with deceptive ease Though all the familiar trappings of a Gothic horror story are present, the novel doesn t get bogged down i The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor is a triumph of atmosphere The small English town where most of the story takes place, nestled amongst the dark forests and forgotten byways of 19th century Great Britain, is masterfully illustrated with one vivid word picture after another The author s prose style is clean and varied, and his dialog captures the flavor of its setting with deceptive ease Though all the familiar trappings of a Gothic horror story are present, the novel doesn t get bogged down in blood and thunder, opting instead for careful character development and tone The protagonist an Oxford student who gets bitten by a friend who turns out to have been infected with lycanthropy is eminently likeable and thoroughly believable, as is...

  2. says:

    An enjoyable book written in a tone reminiscent of some of the classic gothic novels The Werewolves of Morgrave Manor really felt like in belonged in that era, and the author has to be commended for this.However, I did find the ending to be a little weak Overall though, a delightful read.

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