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SYNOPSIS: The war on humanity has begun… Wolfhaven – ground zero – none in this town will survive the wrath of the pack. The first slaughter sparks the beginning of the end for humanity as the Wolfhaven pack descends upon the unsuspecting townsfolk to exact revenge for the killing of one of our own – Pharo, the mother of the pack, once feared and respected by our kind throughout the region, is no more.
Claude’s plan is bold yet carefully thought out; to spread from Wolfhaven, town by town, village by village, city by city; to rid the world of the human plague and put an end to the desecration of this wondrous planet. It all begins here.
As the ranks swell, the surrounding packs forming alliances and consolidating, select humans are spared annihilation to be turned and assimilated as the moon casts her influence.
Will our beloved Alpha’s grand plan come to fruition? Or, will pettiness, arrogance, and territorial pissing end this war before it begins? I am Shona, first daughter of Pharo, and here my story begins…
Night of the Luniacs
(The First Slaughter)
Terrified, agonised screams echo throughout darkened lanes and blood-soaked streets are littered with mangled human debris. Survivors scramble for the presumed safety of indoors. There is no hiding – no escaping. This is our night. Our glorious night, awash with the radiance of the Moon at her fullest. A night I share with my lupine sisters and brothers, in a bloody orgy of murderous lunacy.
Claude is our Alpha; a charismatic leader, both in human skin and in his true form. He saunters casually through the chaos, swatting nonchalantly at the frantic and piss-weak prey like annoying insects, as the pack rampages through the insultingly named town of Wolfhaven.
Wolfhaven…grrrr. This place isn’t, and hasn’t been for a long time, a haven for our kind. The surrounding forest, our home for hundreds of years, has gradually been decimated and reduced in its splendour to nearly half by these parasitic humans. They have hunted and killed many of our brethren, in their quest for domination of a land that never belonged to them, so now they pay in blood and eviscerated gore.
I am Shona, a fourth generation, pureblood Lycan bitch. Tonight is an especially personal one for me. In fact, this raid is executed in honour of my fallen mother, Pharo. She was the latest casualty, and the unforgivable spark, which has ignited this hellish war on the human population of our territory.
It won’t end here, either. Claude has shared his vision with the pack. It is a plan that will see the demise of the human race, and a welcome end to the raping of this wondrous planet. It begins here, right now in Wolfhaven, and will spread like a plague such as never before seen.
A wretch stumbles and falls at my feet. The sweat of this thing beneath me reeks of fear and panic, intensified as I pin it to the ground under my paw. Mesmerised by the vengeful blaze in my eyes, it remains still, petrified. Only the desperate pounding of its weak heart betrays it as still living.
As my glare burns through its face, my weight slowly pressing on the brittle ribcage, I imagine this one with an entirely different expression as it parades through town with my dead mother held proudly aloft.
This first recipient of my wrath has a look of confusion flickering across the visage of utter terror, its glassy black orbs fixed on my own as I pause. Memories of Pharo inundate me with crashing waves of black emotions, stilling my assault momentarily; my prey, held fast with no hope of escape, can only gape with bated breath and await the inevitable.
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The Bold Mom: Wolvz cover artist and Horror promoter extraordinaire has described this book as such – “This is a beautiful book. Bloody, visceral, gore… beautiful. A melodic slaughter. Crimson honey for your mind.” ~ Mar Garcia-Amorena
“Toneye has a true talent with his writing of bringing in the darkness & seducing you in its savage language. The mark of a writer who refuses to cater to the whims of the squeamish. I welcome his guts & courage. You should, too.” ~ Bruce Blanchard (Goodreads review)
“Alluring cover art boasting the gifted wordsmith Toneye Eyenot enticed me into purchasing this howling tale.
Artfully crafted bloodshed, slaughter, and carnage made putting it down impossible.” ~ Tamara (Goodreads review)
“Under Your Skin horror! Well Written!
I would call this book eloquent horror poetry! The writing was elegant, the story, horror, the plot intense. I bow to eyenot.” ~ Jo (Goodreads review)
“This story is vivid, spine chilling, gory and visceral. I felt tearful, angry, a bit blood thirsty and spiteful towards the human race as I read the story. “ ~ Lily Lamb (Goodreads review)
Dark, Beautifully Written Horror Novel “The anger, violence, and blood lust practically drip off the pages. It’s a strange contrast, but it enhances the book immensely. I give this book top points on all counts.” ~ CLOregon (Amazon reviewer)
“While this is a story filled with savagery and hatred towards humans, the author skilfully avoids losing the reader’s sympathy with subtle commentary on why such animosity exists, and the differences between how wolves and humans interact with nature and the environment. Amid all this savagery though, there are some wonderful lines of subtle humour too i.e. …‘… the humans played their final hand, and we are biting it off.’
‘… he showed a bit of guts, so I won’t gorge on his.’ ~ Rudders’ Reviews – The Creature Tales (Full review here: https://thecreaturetales.com/creature-tales-recommends/book-review-wolvz-whispers-of-war )
This book is another episode from Toneyes dark and disturbed psyche. Deep, twisted plot that kept me spellbound. Mars illustrations are fantastic. All up a bloody 10/10 ~ Kenny (Amazon reviewer)
Also, a new discovery for me. One of the beta readers for Wolvz: Whispers of War and a fellow Werewolf afficionado, Lou Yardley. She is the author of this fangtastic novel, Hellhound, a finalist in the Independent Author Network Book of the Year Award and a throat ripper of a great yarn! Click on the cover pic here to purchase.
Lou had this to say about Wolvz: Whispers of War:
“A werewolf tale that’s not afraid to take huge bites out of its characters. It will claw its way into your mind and leave you begging for more!” ~ Lou Yardley