Man’s quest for genetic perfection has led to the creation of new subspecies. Wolfen were the pinnacle of scientific achievement, redefining the limits of what it means to be human. Their counterparts, in turn, grew into the ultimate predators. Incapable of higher thought, converts were unstoppable in their need to breed and devour, and when they escaped, they brought the world to its knees.
Almost two decades later, humanity is on the brink of extinction and only the heartless survive. Rescued by two Wolfen brothers, Sinna must now brave the treacherous wastelands of North America in order to reach safety and the promise of a better life. But when an unexpected gambit forces them to separate, a genetic advantage becomes a liability, and the worst monsters turn out to be the ones who don’t have claws.
In the game of survival, Wolfen were created to be champions. No longer. The enemy keeps evolving, rendering old tactics ineffective, and the only rule left is to endure at any cost.
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“Fun fact: Wolfen practically wrote itself, with me as its conduit, and it felt as if it came alive around me. It has characters who are so real to me, I still randomly look for them in crowds. It took me months and months after the book came out until I no longer felt like I was in its post-apocalyptic world, right on the brink of societal collapse. I would hesitate opening the blinds in the morning because I didn’t want to see a convert on the other side of that window, staring back at me. True story. This one was hard to shake.”
Favorite Scene: Sinna’s “picnic” with the Wolfen brothers.