Being Were

Being Were Introducing a new myth for myth itself Baylor a stoic pre Christian era Celtic Warrior who believes he became a Werewolf due to a Druid s curse Now thought dead he prowls the Scottish Highlands

  • Title: Being Were
  • Author: C.C. GUICE
  • ISBN: 9780615191874
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Introducing a new myth for myth itself Baylor, a stoic, pre Christian era, Celtic Warrior, who believes he became a Werewolf due to a Druid s curse Now, thought dead, he prowls the Scottish Highlands ever tormented by BEING WERE Angelica, a 15th century accused witch found dying on the bank of a Lowland stream Though no true witch, her being condemned as such will chanIntroducing a new myth for myth itself Baylor, a stoic, pre Christian era, Celtic Warrior, who believes he became a Werewolf due to a Druid s curse Now, thought dead, he prowls the Scottish Highlands ever tormented by BEING WERE Angelica, a 15th century accused witch found dying on the bank of a Lowland stream Though no true witch, her being condemned as such will change everything Demosthenes, the Greek Changeling sent to uncover and destroy the lesser Shape shifters of Scotland Instead he discovers a desperate need for change, for himself and his two unlikely companions, Baylor and Angelica From the werewolf riddled Highlands of Scotland to the Council of Blessed Ones in Rome, and finally, escaping to the New World, follow these three as they dig into mysteries such as Baylor s curse only to find a sinister threat Be captivated as they hunt for answers to where and when the facts became fiction, and begin to uncover truths hidden within their own myths.

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    1. Being Were by C.C. Guice drew me in right away. The cover is mesmerizing and the prose are so fluid, with descriptive details that does not bog down and genuine dialogue I could believe. Her take on werewolves is rather interesting, going in depth with the hows and whys. Her mythology is cleverly structured to provide a background the reader can fathom. I had the feeling of Eastern and Western perspectives blended in this novel. Not sure if the author intended that, but it made for a refreshing [...]

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