“Max is now teaming up with the legendary Fangoria to dive head first into the werewolf genre, presenting us with a bloody buddy story guaranteed to satisfy our deepest lunar cravings.”
Best friends Ted and Justin have grown apart over the years. Justin’s got some problems now. Nothing too serious, just some confusion, relentless hunger, terrible bouts of insomnia.
And he keeps waking up naked and blood-soaked, with no memory of what happened during the night.
Justin thinks Ted might the only one who can save him. Of course, this probably means Ted has to shoot his childhood best friend with a silver bullet, but that’s what friends do for each other, right?
Why we’re excited about this book:
This Is Horror readers should be quite familiar with Max Booth III. Along with Lori Michelle, he publishes both Dark Moon Digest, runs Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing, and hosts the Stephen King podcast Castle Rock Radio. Max is the author of The Mind is a Razor Blade, How to Successfully Kidnap Strangers, Toxicity, and The Nightly Disease. Max is now teaming up with the legendary Fangoria to dive head first into the werewolf genre, presenting us with a bloody buddy story guaranteed to satisfy our deepest lunar cravings. As the Super Blood Wolf Moon approaches, we are about a month from unleashing the lunar cycle. Carnivorous Lunar Activities releases from Fangoria 22 February 2019 and is available for pre-order right now.
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