Jerry is an over-the-road trucker with a couple of exes and a few late payments to make. Sometimes it seems like the least of his problems is that he's a werewolf - until he wakes up in the middle of a rodeo where he's the bull! Forced to compete in bizarre, brutal events for the pleasure of a bloodthirsty crowd, where death is "extreme sports entertainment" for the masses. Jerry must choose between a prisoner's life in a world where his curse makes him a star and a life of freedom that he knows can only end one way - a silver bullet through the heart. A desperate man's struggle with despair and hope is just another show in the ...
ARENA OF THE WOLF
Leather-bound Deluxe Thirteen Hardcover w/slipcase: hand numbered 1-13, 6"x9", bound in leather, signature page which is signed by both author and artist, front cover stamped and spine stamped with the title and the author's name, includes end papers, colored book ribbon, full colored header, 60lb. natural vellum stock, a slipcase and dust jacket.
100 Signed and Numbered Limited Hardcover: hand numbered 1-100, 6"x9", bound in leatherette, signed by the author, stamped on the spine with the title and author's name, includes 80lb. natural vellum end papers, colored book ribbon, multi-colored header, 60lb. natural vellum stock and a dust jacket. PREORDER SPECIAL: order the 100 Signed and Numbered Limited Hardcover edition while still in preorder phase and receive $5 off the cover price ($35 instead of $40)!
About the Author
Jim Gavin is a hard-drinking, cigar smoking, unfrozen caveman writer. Working from a wide range of interests and influences like action movies, detective fiction, pulp and pre-war sci-fi and bizarro surrealism, his writing tends to cross genre boundaries. He lives and works at night with his wife in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Posted by genimac on 27th Dec 2012
Arena of the Wolf is an intense creative novella that brings the rodeo to life. The characters are real and you begin to cheer for them and feel for the plight they are living in. The language is awesome and full of wit and intelligence. The ending was so right and even heart warming.
Posted by Steve on 30th Nov 2012
For me it was like my limbic system had a complete dopamine meltdown resulting in perpetual page turning pathological escapism enjoyment. It just left me wanting to read more from Gavin.
Posted by Jimi on 4th Jun 2012
Werewolf Rodeo... Mind Blown...