In Durham, mild-mannered academic Danny Fennick has battened down to sit out the storm. He grew up in the Scottish Highlands, so he’s seen harsh winters before. Besides, he has an advantage. He’s a werewolf. Or, to be precise, a were-dog. Less impressive, but still useful.
Except the other werewolves don’t believe this is any ordinary winter, and they’re coming down over the Wall to mark their new territory. Including Danny’s ex, Jack - the Crown Prince Pup of the Numitor’s pack - and the prince's brother, who wants to kill him.
A wolf winter isn’t white. It’s red as blood.
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By SassiKassi on 18-02-18
This is a gem!
First off, let me just say there is a mild cliff hanger ending. And I hate cliff hangers. But this one didn’t leave me feeling angry.
I loved Danny, and though I had some reservations about Jack, I feel I will like him better as the series goes on. As for their relationship, there’s a happy for now, but I didn’t feel it was all settled by any means. I didn’t see much written by TA Moore so I have no idea what the plans are for this as a series. It does have some differences from other shifter books that make it interesting. I’d like to also get to know the characters more in-depth. I’ll be watching for the next one. This better not be all!
I’ve loved Derrick McClain’s narration for quite awhile, but this is something different than what I’m used to. I think this is the first time I’ve heard him do anything other than American accents and he did a great job. Even in the background dialogue, he kept the Scottish accent going. It was very easy to distinguish all the different voices and you could hear the emotions being expressed. Personally, I’d probably listen to Derrick reading an encyclopedia and still be enthralled.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Brian on 21-02-18
Not a book about a natrual a disaster
What would have made Dog Days better?
The book actually being about a were-dog surviving a natural disaster and pack politics.
Any additional comments?
This book is about relationship drama and graphic sex with a natural disaster as a backdrop. I liked the narrator.
3 of 5 people found this review helpful