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.
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.
Alianne is an avid lover of stories of all kinds. Having grown up with fairy tales in a place where it almost seemed they were real, it was no surprise when she began making up her own stories. She loves books, music, hiking, and archery, and won’t shy away from travel and zip lining. Alianne graduated with a business degree and when she’s not off in the land of fantasy, she lives in California.
Bryce (Beta Twelve) is one of my favorite characters in this book. He is the greatest window into how the Wolfen were treated by their keepers. Scarred, silent, incredibly intense, he is the thing monsters fear most. Or would, if they were capable of fear. Or basic cognition...
There was a line between Wolfen and unthinking beast for many males of their kind. Bryce had been pushed over the edge so many times, that line had now blurred into nothing. He was a perpetual ticking time bomb; anything could set him off, and once it did, Bryce no longer distinguished between friend and enemy. He fought and killed anything he perceived to be a threat, until either everyone in the vicinity was dead, or someone knocked him out.