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Though still mourning his recent loss, George Orton is surprisingly content. He's living in a secure compound where teenaged werewolf Ally is being trained to control her animalistic tendencies, and mad science experiment Eugene has regained most of his sanity. George knows they can't stay there forever, but for now, things are pretty good. 

Then he receives some shocking news: People at the compound have brought his partner and best friend Lou back to life. Not as a flesh-eating zombie; he's the old Lou, as much of a wiseass as before. 

But this comes with a great big string attached: George and Lou must take a cross-country road trip to kill Asher Anderson, a cloak-wearing lycanthrope who would love to see a war between humans and werewolves. 

Does everything go wrong? Of course it does. This is George and Lou.  

But they won't travel alone. Because Lou isn't the only one who was brought back to life...

©2019 Jeff Strand (P)2020 Jeff Strand

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 11-05-2020

Another Great Volume in the Series

This picks up shortly after where Wolf Hunt 2 ended. The world is different for George and Lou. Not necessarily for the better. Our two favorite thugs are worse for wear but still kicking. Their banter continues to provide great comic relief as they struggle to complete their next assignment. As far as the plot goes, this one was quite a bit different from the first two. I thought of those more as a cat and mouse game and while this one was similar, it felt a lot darker and more mature. Strand continues to impress me with his writing and has quickly become one of my favorite authors.

Scott Thomas continues to do an excellent job with his narration. I love his character voices and how well he brings the story to life. His range is really quite broad and I think he perfectly voices each character as they should be voiced. George, Lou, and Eugene are just so much fun to listen to.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • willee
  • 01-05-2020

Terror Continues

I enjoyed the first 2 book as well as this one. It contains gore/horror and werewolves (but no zombies) with humor. Loved George and Lou they are fun characters as well as Eugene and Ally. They set out to destroy Asher Anderson, Ivan is a bad one, I hope he continues the series. This book is a fun laugh out loud at times book with good narration. There is room for another book (I hope since the last book done 4 yrs ago). Highly recommend the series!! I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. Thank you!

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  • Gilbert M. Stack
  • 17-05-2020

George and Lou are Back and Better than Ever!

Anyone who has read my reviews of Wolf Hunt 1 and 2 knows that one of the things I like best about this series is the author’s ability to surprise me again and again and again. Well nothing you’ve read before can prepare you for what’s coming this time. George and Lou are back in action (yes, I know Lou’s dead, but there are werewolves in this story so you should know that absolutely anything is possible) and everything that made you love them in books one and two is back again, bigger and better.

George and Lou are two of the strangest heroes in all of fiction. They are not nice men. They are petty criminals who hurt people for a living. But the willingness to stop at breaking a few bones and leaning on deadbeats makes them come off looking like honest-to-God saints compared to the true villains of the piece. Add to that the sarcastic, drive-your-car-off-the-road-its-so-funny humor, and you are in for a wild adventure.

George and Lou and a surprise cast member are off to kill the werewolf king to prevent him from starting a war to subjugate all humans to lycanthrope rule and as you might guess from the previous books, they have no chance of pulling their mission off. It’s not even clear they can reach the werewolf king’s home because of the long list of men seeking vengeance upon them for their actions in the previous books. It’s one hilarious mishap after another as George and Lou discover that you don’t have to be a lycanthrope to be one sick customer.

Scott Thomas reprises his role as narrator of the audiobook and I’m very glad he did. His characterizations first brought George and Lou to life for me and they continue to make this series excel. He’s the sort of talent who could get a base hit out of any wild pitch, but when you give him a real treasure like Wolf Hunt 3, he hits it out of the stadium and into orbit.

I got this book free from Audiobook Boom in exchange for an honest review.

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  • BKS
  • 16-05-2020

Strand is a genius

The first 2 Wolf Hunt books are a riot and Wolf Hunt 3 is even more so. George and Lou are the two hit man you want to encounter on a dark night. OH yeah and there are Werewolves.

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  • Bill
  • 10-05-2020

Strand! Getting the band back together, man!

Strand! Getting the band back together, man!

Against all odds Lou and George are back in business and hitting the road. They may even pick up an old friend or two along the way.

Another winner in the Wolf Hunt series with all the typical Strand wit and appropriate amounts of death and mayhem.
I listened to this one on audio and Scott Thomas really nails it like I knew it would. His pacing and tone fits perfectly with the characters and the wacky action.

“I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this honest review."

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  • kyle wray
  • 01-05-2020

I needed this.

Ever since WH2, I've been dying to see what happens to our plucky Trio and Jeff Strand doesn't disappoint! I think the thing I love most a out this series is the whitty and incredibly funny banter the characters get into. whether it's the main characters amongst themselves or when aimed at the evil person at the time, it's always a great listen and never fails to crack me up. Without giving thing away, I can honestly say that if you enjoyed the first two in this series, this book will NOT disappoint. Scott Thomas reprises his role as narrator and half the fun was getting reacquainted with the characters he voices so well. Eugene is still a pathetic mess but he's a loveable mess and Scott Thomas absolutely helps bring him and the others to life. Really looking forward to Wold Hunt 4!!!

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  • Mike
  • 30-05-2021

A let down.. here’s why...

***SPOILERS***

Before I say this, I have to say... as w/ book 1&2, our amazing narrator did AMAZING!!!! (Though I caught ONE error hehe! When Ally is being taking up to the wolf castle... he has Lou call her “ABBY”, twice in a matter of seconds!! If that’s my only complaint!? Then he’s AMAZING!!!!

After book 1, I found myself thinking, I REALLY LIKE IVAN! He’s a horrible monster, but his personality is written so well that you can’t help but want more of him, & in a twisted way I found myself secretly wishing Ivan would team up w/ our 2 boys!!!

Then book 2 came around, & no sign of Ivan, my hopes seemed finished. However, I found myself REALLY intrigued by Shane & Crabs both... Robin was written... very bizarre for some reason ... she’s smart but dumb, confident, yet a near lap dog to Shane, claims she loves Ally, but then suddenly hates her... idk. She was just OFF... but the book... it was good. I loved Ally, & Eugene stole everyone’s heart!!! A SOLID book #2

Then book 3... wow... I WANTED to love it!!! IVAN IS BACK!? AND HES GONNA TEAM W/ OUR BOYS!?!? I was patiently going over witty lines in my mind as to how Ivan would react once he seems George & Lou!!! But then... I found myself having to struggle to get through scenes... (Ivan’s escape/bar attack/gas station hillbillies/& then 2
Random hillbillies, which felt like textbook “filler”...)

I kept thinking, OKAY WHERE IS THAT ADVENTURE OF IVAN & THE BOYS!? But... it never really happens... Ivan has one OKAY scene in the bar... but then he’s basically a cripple, & spends the final 3+ hours of the book laying in the van asleep, or being carried by George & Lou.. needless to say... it wasn’t what I’d hoped for...the Ivan I met in part 1... he was missing ... if you like myself, cried laughing as Ivan told George how vaginas can have TEETH... then you were begging for more of that crazy woofy... NOPE! Not really...&, Ally & Eugene are both just... kinda THERE... they do very little.

I’m sad to say, but THIS book... was EASILY the worst of the 3, & if I didn’t know... I’d honestly say it would have fit as the #2 book, to fill in gaps & build up to the crazy climax!!! You know book #1 was TIGHT w/ it’s story, it just flowed naturally! #2, while had its wonky moments w/ Robin, & other things... Eugene/Crabs/Shane/...EVEN ALLY!! They ALL were great additions!!

Then #3... let me just go over why I just felt let down...

PLOT: Master Werewolf is trying to start a war between humans & wolves. Ivan, AND Lou are both brought back from the dead! They’ll have to work TOGETHER to stop a possibly apocalyptic war!!!... yeahhhh.... then it started...

It BEGINS well enough. However, the Master Werewolf... we get almost NO screen time to know... about a page at the start, & then about 20 minutes at the end..? I wondered if it would be a cliff hanger even...

So the gang is forced to work together.. I’m invested so far!!!

Filler sequence #1: stopping at a gas station, the boys are approached & held up by a group of gas station hillbillies for probably about (NO JOKE) 30+ MINUTES.. why?? No clue. They want to take Ivan out of his cage to know he’s not being kidnapped... absolutely NOTHING comes of this... Ivan I guess kinda plays along w the team... & after a long scene... we are on the road..

Oh wait... not even, 1 page??? FILLER SEQUENCE #2: Theyre followed by a random car... & after very random dialogue... our boys are tricked & taken to a bar, by who if I remember is, Dweys brother?? W/ his own gang... this is where Ivan is basically out ... his legs are broken, & for the remainder of the book... he does absolutely NOTHING. After another long drawn out “we want payback” scene, Lou n George get away w/ a broken up Ivan ... though the scene wasn’t BORING... it was forced... & it tbh just felt so cliche... there is another good 40-50+ minutes burned away...

Now Ivan is totally useless, legs broken, they’re back on the road.... & to my utter annoyance now... not 3 pages later, another few regular bad guys are running them of the road.... FILLER SEQUENCE #3: 2 Inbred hillbillies wreck the van, n take our boys hostage ...(what else...? Oh & NO, we have not had ANY dialog, or even talk about Asher, the Werewolf King or wtv. Gotta get in this junk...) one is a small, sadistic guy, one is a massive, “slow” one.... they’re taken for a cabin I guess.. tied up, & about to be killed (don’t ask me why these guys are even doing this to George n Lou... I have no idea???) they trick the big guy to kill the small one... after a normal fight scene, &
ANOTHER 30+ min burned... they’re ready to hit the road AGAIN... (oh n yeah, Ivan now also not only has broken legs, but wrists too.. really not how I’d hope it would go...)

These 3 scenes... none of them needed to be in the book.. MAYBE ONE... they added NOTHING AT ALL to the story...& after about 3-4 hours of that filler stuff... we finally arrive at the werewolf
Compound...

Is there a Werewolf war coming? Nah. Is Asher the big bad you’d been waiting for for 3 books? Nah. (I’d say Shane/Crabs/Ivan were All EASILY better baddies, not even CLOSE... heck... J.P was better. & yes... I’m very aware that the “war” has a twist to it... but if I’m being real... I saw that twist a mile away.... you don’t install the “MELT” into Lou, & stay a “good guy...”

Ivan never gets more than ONE “okay” action scene... & his final moments are such a massive letdown, WOW!!! They get the job done... & we get some wonky speech about family...the end...

It HONESTLY felt it would’ve fit better as #2, & used it to set up an awesome climax... it just felt so lazy.. n Jeff Strand isn’t lazy. I hope this wasn’t done as a cash grab... cuz tbh... all the cliche moments were killing me...

Then all the nonsensical plot holes...

1) WHY exactly bring Lou back? He was going to kill him anyways, & he was counting on IVAN to do the job... so there’s no reason for Lou...

2) a WEAKENED Ivan in #2 wasn’t even phased by a tranq dart. Yet, now they take him out cold in a matter of moments??

3) Dewys brother is doing all that to avenge him.. n he had NO CLUE that werewolves were a thing..?

4) How did the 2 hillbillies even know anything about them?? They just chose them at random??

5) Why is J.P doing CLEARLY evil things at the start...? No one is fooled at all that he ISNT full of ... you know... it’s CLEAR that he IS “the bad guy” the first time we meet him.

6) SO WHY DOES LOU SEEM IMMORTAL!? To be fair, this could be covered in #4 they spend lots of dialog on it... but it’s just shrugged off.

7) Ally, a fairly popular girl, just had her mother & fathered murdered... yet no one at all was looking for her.. she had no other family? Friends???

8) ITS NOT A “CLIP”!!!! ITS A MAGAZINE!!! Magazines are what you put into a pistol to chamber ammo... CLIPS are used to close potato chip bags. Learn it, or don’t talk about firearms, it’s beyond cringe &
Ignorant to those who know.

I could go on... gosh... I found #1 INCREDIBLE... #2 was enjoyable... then #3, you give me Ivan WITH our 2 Thugs!?!?? It felt like Christmas at first.. but all it felt like was trying to finish the book so it could be sold lol. You may think I’m just joking & “hating” when I say Ivan spends 70% of the book laying in the van w/ broken legs & wrists...? I don’t know why that felt for him to be a good idea..,

ANYWAYS... it wasn’t BAD... however, compared to the first 2? Nah.. not great!!

Still love JEFF!! & I HOPE for #4 :)


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  • Jason Begly
  • 03-02-2021

Wolf Hunt 3

Let me just start by saying I really like Jeff Strand's style. I love the humor and I enjoy the way he thrusts the readers into the insanity of the worlds he creates. This book was no exception. I realized after I started it that I had not read the second book so I was apprehensive about continuing the series in this haphazard fashion. It didn't really matter. All became clear as the story unfolded and can I just say that I love the characters of George and Lou. I am not sure I appreciated them as much in the first book, but I would certainly read more about them. Jeff Strand somehow makes it ok to have melting nipples, deformed werewolf babies, and thugs who have gone soft-ish but not so soft they are not opposed to tossing baddies to deformed werewolf babies or melting characters parts. That was so much fun to write.

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  • Bender
  • 22-12-2020

Wolfed it down

Jeff Strand perfects his own genre of books, with the tightest, funniest horror there is. Absolutely brilliantly plotted, with hilarious dialogue. And hilariously delivered by the exceptional talent of Scott Thomas

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-09-2020

Hope there's a part 4 coming!

probably the happiest ending you'll get out of a Jeff Strand story, without sacrificing the violence. Scott Thomas is great at bringing every character to life as always. Great series.

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  • Mark Jenkins
  • 03-01-2021

Brilliant love it

Loved books 1,2&3. The most entertaining, funny and adorable set I have listened to. The narrator is the best ever. Delivered with humour and brilliant voice and character acting. Wolf hunt was my first Jeff Strand book, I became a instant fan, but the other books don’t come close to this series, sorry Jeff. George and Lou are superb hilarious characters. The monologues are Tarantino quality. Intelligently written. Wolf hunt 4 please Jeff. Narrated by the same talented guy.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-05-2020

The gory humour continues - and I love it!

The original Wolf Hunt was the first Jeff Strand book I ever read (heard).
By the end, George and Lou were my new favourite characters in fiction.
If Jeff Strand chooses to write more Wolf Hunt stories, I can say with absolute certainty that I will always come back for more.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-05-2020

Blooming love Jeff Strand!!!

I love the humour in Jeff Strand books and wolf hunt 1 and 2 both delivered and the 3Rd was just as funny and amazing. I don’t want these characters to end, Louie and George are both adorable and I love Ivan’s humour. Please you need to keep these characters going!!!!

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