Matt Serafini


Feral (2012)

It was supposed to be an idyllic summer vacation for college friends Jack Markle and Allen Taylor. But they didn’t know about the evil lurking in the resort town of Greifsfield. When Allen falls under the influence of insidious beauty Elisabeth Luna, Jack begins to realize that sinister forces are at work all around him. And now he’s fighting to save his friends from an age-old evil he never believed could exist.

Even if it kills him.

FERAL is my first novel. It’s a slice of werewolf horror that’s as bloody as it is sleazy. It was written as a response to the way in which these creatures have been treated in popular fiction throughout the last decade. The idea was to tell a story that never lost sight of what werewolves should be: vicious and bloodthirsty monsters.

Whether or not I succeeded, of course, is up to you fine folks.

What the critics say:

Matt Serafini’s Feral is an ambitious, balls-to-the-wall werewolf extravaganza. You can feel the lifetime of passion for horror in every paragraph of the book. It’s a lot of fun and I like it that he avoided most of the cliches. – Mark Sieber, Horror Drive-In

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