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Cameron's life of shifting between the Humanian and Daemonic worlds is under threat.
Two sinister figures want to destroy the Parallel the void between worlds populated by daemons, dark creatures, old gods and werewolves and everyone in it.
To save the Parallel, Cameron must make the ultimate sacrifice, but what is he prepared to lose?
The nail-biting, claw-clenching, fur-raising sequel to Daemon Parallel.
'This book is action packed with a pulsating adventure. It has a big wolf heart at the very core. Flowing with Scottish charm, this story has everything from spine tingling moments to emotional character enlightenment. It is difficult not to become wrapped up in the whole essence of the story and, before you know it, to be wolfing down each word.
This is definitely a recommended read. By the light of the full moon, this story is both captivating and thrilling.'
-- Mr Ripley's Enchanted Books
'About a third of the way into Werewolf Parallel I figured out what the series reminded me of -- a Scottish Neverwhere. The Parallel takes the familiar sights of the city and subverts them into fantastical versions. The series is at its best when its exploring whatever inventive new setting the author has dreamed up... The stand-out of this book is its villains -- Doctor Black and Grey, who are a second echo of Neverwhere, being of the dynamic of small, smart psychopath paired with the blundering but deadly muscle, a la Croup and Vandemar.'
-- Matt Cresswell, Glitterwolf Magazine
'What is so modern (and so satisfying) about the Parallel novels is that the basic concept of the 'secondary world' genre is complicated, even exploded, by ideas of exchange and exploration. It's not a simple either/or, a journey there and back again. Real life and the imaginary don't and can't exist separately: which makes the cliffhanger end all the more affecting.'
-- Nick Campbell, A Pile of Leaves
'The story is a fun fantasy read. If you have the first book, you will want the second!'
-- VOYA Magazine
'As I suspected he would, Roy Gill has written a sequel, by popular request. It's a good thing he did. Not only was Cameron still alive at the end of the first book, but I'd say Werewolf Parallel is even better.'