|The legend of Bad Blood continues!|
DEBRA DOYLE & JAMES D. MACDONALD
If werewolves are only folklore...
...then why does Val Sherwood transform into a savage wolf every full moon? Because the legends are real. Val has no choice but to accept the ancient curse — and try to live a normal life in the town of Hillside.
If vampires are just a myth...
... then why are children slowly drained of blood, drop by drop, night after night? Because a dark master and his thirsty brood have come to feed upon them all, using their unearthly powers to enslave and destroy. Val is determined to track down the vampires' lair with her own predatory powers. But...
If vampires are able to control wolves...
...then Val and her family are dead meat.
The dark legacy of terror lives on — in the shocking sequel to Bad Blood, by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald.
NIGHT CALLS THE HUNTER —
AND THE HUNTED. . .
I don't like this, I thought. But I kept on going.
At last I came to the room where the TV still played, its voice a low mutter and its pallid light flickering. The smell I'd noticed before was all over everything now. I felt the hair rise up on the back of my neck.
I wanted to leave, but I couldn't. I had to find out — I had to talk to Elise. I stepped into the room, flashlight shining ahead of me, and then halted.
Two middle-aged people sat on the couch, staring with wide, unblinking eyes at the moving pictures on the television screen. They were dead, their necks twisted at unnatural angles, and the fronts of their clothes stained with dried blood.
For a few seconds, all I could do was stand there. I'd come to find out how my friend Elise could be a vampire without her parents knowing.
It looked like I'd just found out...
|The short story that started it all: "Bad Blood" by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald|
|Val and Freddy's adventures continue in "Up the Airy Mountain" by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald|
Young adult werewolf adventure