Breathe Deeply

Breathe Deeply In the air the scent of gloryWhen his sept is slowly decimated by a mysterious epidemic known only as the Snow Plague Peter Ward Glass Walker Garou from Toronto embarks on a desperate search for

  • Title: Breathe Deeply
  • Author: Don Bassingthwaite
  • ISBN: 9781565048812
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the air, the scent of gloryWhen his sept is slowly decimated by a mysterious epidemic known only as the Snow Plague , Peter Ward, Glass Walker Garou from Toronto, embarks on a desperate search for the cure His quest takes him into the lush and dangerous forests of the Caught between the devious plot of Pentex and the mistrust of ian Garou, his only hoIn the air, the scent of gloryWhen his sept is slowly decimated by a mysterious epidemic known only as the Snow Plague , Peter Ward, Glass Walker Garou from Toronto, embarks on a desperate search for the cure His quest takes him into the lush and dangerous forests of the Caught between the devious plot of Pentex and the mistrust of ian Garou, his only hope is to find a single flower, both the carrier and the cure for the devastating plague.It is a race against time as Pentex, the creator of the plague, hunts for Peter and his fellow Garou.

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    1. My first foray into any kind of World of Darkness fiction, and it wasn't bad. I chose this book specifically because it's a Werewolf book, werewolves being a huge interest of mine, and because I'd long heard rumors that one of the characters was gay.I already have some familiarity with the classic World of Darkness universe, being a fan of the "Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines" video game, but I didn't know a whole lot about the Werewolf universe, and this was a good introduction. An impress [...]

    2. It was pretty good for a White Wolf novel. I believe they did best with their earlier writing, when the novels were stand alone. The ending seemed to wrap up far too quickly, and far too conveniently. There was an abrupt, inexplicable change in personality of one character that seemed to happen without any true reason, and it made the entire series of interactions between that character and the main protagonist seem somewhat cheap. Other than that, though, it was a fairly solid book in the Werew [...]

    3. I remember liking the book, and at the time not knowing anything about the White Wolf games. The book was released in '95, and I recall being utterly enthrall we by the cover art.

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