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We all harbor beasts who hunger from the inside, trapped within a prison of flesh as we claw at the walls of our humanity.

Jose had made the unfortunate decision to work with the cartel under the guise of providing a better life for his loving wife, five-year-old son, and newborn daughter. All too late, Jose learns that we are free to make any decision in life that we want, but it’s the consequences we cannot avoid.

An eerie howl reminiscent of a haunted train pierces the night, signifying that the hunt has begun....

Feel the pull of the Moonlight Equilibrium and get lost in a visceral world of unrelenting terror, exquisitely detailed gore, and the existential sorrow of regret.

If you like Jim Butcher, Shayne Silvers, Cameron O’Connell, Kevin Hearne, Steve McHugh, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Shannon Mayer, or K.F. Breene, you won't be able to put down the highly addictive Preternatural Chronicles.

“Hunter Blain is my spirit animal.” (Shayne Silvers, Amazon Top 25 best-selling author)

Nine out of ten people who recommend things loved Hunter Blain’s books, according to a rigged and heavily-biased research study overseen by Argento Publishing....

Note from the sick and twisted author: This novel can be listened to as a standalone horror book. It can also be a sweet, delectable treat for those who are already engrossed in the Preternatural Chronicles as it fills in some backstory between books 3 and 4. From the perspective of a human…. I do so hope you enjoy the ride…because the humans definitely don’t.

Insert evil laugh while twirling the ends of my mustache.

©2020 Hunter Blain (P)2020 Hunter Blain

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  • Ian
  • 06-02-2021

A good change in pace.

The seriousness of this book, compared to John Cook perspective was impressive. I enjoyed the narration and the gritty dark side of this novella. Hunter Blain does some fine work.

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  • Brahmabull5
  • 20-01-2021

very well written!

must read stories!!! they have all been great reads and I will definitely recommend these stories!

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  • Chuck
  • 23-10-2020

Interesting Take on the story

only loosely related to the rest of the series, it was still a fun and well written story.

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  • richard henney
  • 16-10-2020

can't wait for the next one

loved it. perfect blend of fantasy, reality, with a touch of darkness highly recommended. Joel voice brings a extra creep vibe to the story also.

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  • Justin Sylvia
  • 14-02-2021

A Bit Different, but still solid overall.

I wasn’t sure what exactly to expect from a book that from the beginning took a slight detour from the Preternatural Chronicles timeline as it were. At first it didn’t seem super interesting, but after a certain point, it started to get reallly good. I know that if you’ve read this book, the point I’m talking about in the book, may or may not make you question what kind of person i am. However, I’m a fan of action & when it comes to ohhh say Werewolves, it just so happens to be in certain cases, when they go ballistic & start going on a feeding frenzy, but whatever.. I’m a weirdo. Anyways, good resting point for some people to digest what happened in Preternatural Chronicles Book 3, while wondering what’s going to happen in 4.

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  • chris
  • 17-10-2020

Abandon all hope he who listens to this!

Warning: No happy ending, but a great listen nonetheless! I'm a big fan of Hunter Blain and have read and/or listen to all of his works, so needless to say I didn't expect a happy ending but damn, Hunter, you could have (spoilers redacted to ensure the safety and happiness of the listener)

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  • Steve Short
  • 06-02-2021

Something a bit different from the norm

This book is a very different proposition from the rest of Hunter’s Preternatural Chronicles. The rest of the series is wise cracking, pop culture Urban Fantasy. This is most definitely horror and I liked it.

It gives an insight into the wolf and a character’s change brought on by infection.
It is graphic with the storyline and doesn’t shy away from the wolf’s dark behaviour.

The events of this book act as a prelude to book 7 of the Preternatural Chronicles.

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