Kolak of the Werebeasts

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iUniverse, 2004 - Fiction - 176 pages
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"The attendants looked down and could see his face thicken, broaden to a wide oval, then almost melt away before their eyes. They watched the continual swift distortions with rapt trepidation, and then noticed his clothes were stretching, bulging at the seams and then splitting into ragged shreds of cloth. His eyes, meanwhile, had turned a glistening yellow, and fangs began to emerge from the corners of his mouth." The terror that grips Roger Kolak is only part of this bone-chilling tale that is both centuries old and eternally new. The nightmarish world of the werebeast is one of unspoken horrors and shocking transformations. A frightening story of good and evil and the fear that man's true bestial nature lurks within his soul, Kolak of the Werebeasts is a story of our time that reaches out to the imagination of centuries past.
 

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Contents

Kolak
1
Chapter
7
The Scientific Method
117
Familiar Faces
131
Escape
140
The Demonic Soul
150
About the Author
159
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