Tom Anderson stormed out of his family’s rented cabin during their vacation, claiming to need some alone time. He can’t shake the feeling of being watched as he hikes to the river. As he wades into the river, he is surprised by a grizzly bear forcing him into deeper, faster water towards the rapids about which his father warned him. Tom survives his trip through the rapids and pulls himself weakly to shore. While Tom is relishing in his survival, another low growl stops his laughter. The last thing he remembers is staring into two narrow yellow eyes. Tom awakens in the Folan family’s cabin. His rescurers care for his wounds but keep him locked in the room and refuse to contact his parents. There is something odd about this family. Wesley, the younger son, warns Tom that is older sister Kate is nothing but trouble and the reason they had to move to this cabin. Upon exploring Kate’s room, Tom finds black candles and books on dark magic. She may be someone of which to steer clear. But Tom soon discovers that things are not what they seem in the Folan family and Kate is his only hope for survival. Wounded is the first volume in The Wereling Trilogy.
Wounded By Stephen Cole
May 10th, 2010 · No Comments · Horror
Tags: horror; werewolves