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Mystery. Malice. Revenge. Broken bodies and bloody messages are appearing in the darkest corners of New York City. Infected werewolves are roaming the streets attacking innocents.The Dark Council demands answers. They summon Simon and Tristan to investigate. The evidence points to the work of a powerful mage, unfortunately, there is only one mage in the city powerful enou Mystery. Malice. Revenge. Broken bodies and bloody messages are appearing in the darkest corners of New York City. Infected werewolves are roaming the streets attacking innocents.The Dark Council demands answers. They summon Simon and Tristan to investigate. The evidence points to the work of a powerful mage, unfortunately, there is only one mage in the city powerful enough to cause this kind of infection-Tristan Montague.Now, Simon and Tristan must locate the source of the magical infection before the Dark Council declares Tristan a dark mage, destroys the werewolves, and shatters the fragile peace in the supernatural community. Join the Montague and Strong Detective Agency while they are hunted and chased. All while trying to uncover the identity of their unseen enemy before it’s too late!...

Title : full moon howl
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ISBN : 35288695
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 249 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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full moon howl Reviews

  • Carol
    2018-08-28 13:15

    Different Lots of action, magic, and super natural creatures. Loved the Easter eggs. I would recommend this book to my family and friends.

  • David
    2018-09-14 12:28

    Second entry in Orlando Sanchez's new urban fantasy series the 'Montague and Strong Case Files' which continues to build on the world first explored in Tombyards & Butterflies: a world in which the paranormal lives (in secret) alongside the normal, with these novels all set (so far) in New York.Like the previous entry, this moves at a fair old lick, with the catalyst for the events this time around Montague and Strong investigating just what is happening amongst the werewolf population of New York; just why they are suddenly going all feral.I realise we're only 2 books in to the series, but I am findig quite a few parallels (so far) between these andJim Butcher 's 'The Drresden Files' series: both concern detective magic-users in a world where the paranormal exists alongside the normal (indeed, I even thought I picked up a reference to Harry Dresden in ths one), both have a canine side-kick, in both cases there's a neutral venue and in both cases the second book in the series concerns werewolves (Fool Moon in 'The Dresden Files' case).Don't get me wrong: if you're going to, ummm, 'be inspired', be inspired by the best: I would just like to see this series take on more of it's own identity in future, and will be looking for other entries in it.

  • Carrie O'Leary
    2018-09-21 18:39

    I thoroughly enjoyed the second book in the Montague and Strong Detective Agency series. I love the main protagonists and in this story we learn a little more about their background. One of the things I enjoy about the series is that many of the relationships are already well established. I feel like I'm meeting new friends and, as you would in real life, getting to know more about them as you accompany them on their adventures. I enjoy the verbal sparring between Simon and Monty, as well as between their other friends and foes. We meet interesting new characters in this book. I'm not going to give you a synopsis of the story; Mr Sanchez does that far better, and I don't want to spoil any surprises! But if you enjoy a good fun, fast paced story, non-perfect good guys, thoroughly bad and misguided bad guys, magic and mayhem, then this is definitely the series for you. Do read the first book in the series, Tombyards and Butterflies, before this one though. Can't wait for the next book in the series. We still have secrets to learn, and I definitely look forward to the good fun one-liners

  • Maryann Sims
    2018-09-04 14:12

    Well, the werewolves are restless, old family and friends show up and we get to see what mages like to do in their spare time This is the second book that deals with Monty, a mage you should never call a wizard and Simon, who is cursed alive by certain Goddess he ticked off with his charming personality.Not to forget Monty's old love interest showing up, and she is not one to tick off. A dragon whom seems to be playing both sides, and let's not forget that ever loving puppy dog Peaches. And a necromancer that can't seem to take no for an answer.I enjoyed it very much and cannot wait to see what happens next since Monty has done a few things to make some more interesting people show up in the next book.

  • Marie
    2018-09-14 16:27

    Can Strong and Montague save the day? Will they survive? We join Simon and Tristian on their adventures. Ancient magic is being sought after. The Phoenix Tail has been stolen from the White Phoenix which sent an extremely violent assassin to retrieve it but she is the least of the worries. Messages from brothers long dead but not; delivered by drakes (dragons). Mages of the highest caliber escape and is trying to collect all the pieces for an ancient spell. Ramirez is director of NYTF now and dealing with the Den of Werewolves waiting for our duo to get uptown as reinforcements. The Dark Council is sending "Beck" to erase Monty and maybe snag Strong along the way.

  • Linda
    2018-09-14 14:16

    I received this book for free in return for an honest review. I really enjoyed this story. Sanchez has written an amazing story that I could not put down until it was finished. The action is on the edge of your seat. You take a deep breath and it starts again. The characters are so well written and feel so real even though they are truly fantastical. Who could not love Peaches, the hellhound puppy? This is the second in the series and is a must read. This series is my favorite that he has written. I will certainly be reading volume 3 when it comes out.

  • Raven Stone
    2018-08-29 20:25

    I'm enjoying this series so much. I love how English Monty is - he's perfect, no trace of stereotype or annoying mistakes. He's utterly convincing as a Brit and it makes such a difference.I also love what a bad arse he is turning into. It's great fun.Again, there's a lot going on that you're just supposed to 'know', despite being the 2nd full length (or 3rd if you include the much shorter No God) story. It's got great pace, though, and I just couldn't put it down until the end. Then I wanted more. Can't wait for the next installment.

  • Mandy Walkden-Brown
    2018-09-12 13:20

    I really enjoy these characters and this was a terrific sequel. Plenty of paranormal mischief for Monty and Simon to put in its place, this time it happens to be an unstable, rather psychotic mage and a manipulative dragon. Davros Dahlech the mad mage did cause some hilarity. Kept expecting the usual utterance whenever a Dalek appears…Great sense of humour from both the characters and the author. Action, magic and a very enjoyable series. Patiently awaiting the next book in the series.

  • Laura
    2018-08-31 16:32

    Great sequel I loved learning more about Simon and Monty! Their adventures never fail to entertain! The universe they inhabit is a chaotic place where the unexpected happens on a regular basis. As long as you aren't too enamored of linear explanations and exhausting recitations of world history and backstory, you can simply hang on and enjoy the ride. I can't wait to see what they get up to next!

  • Keoki Ki`Ili
    2018-09-21 12:30

    Did somebody say DragonsOur hero's are really put to the test this time, both of them. There are several times in the book it feels like one or both of them will bite the dust. I think the key to this whole episode is you'll do whatever it takes for family, and they certainly did that.

  • Wendy Schindler
    2018-08-25 14:39

    A well written, wild ride, urban fantasy! We have snark, myths and legends from various pantheons, mages, immortals...And a Beast of a puppy? LOLThis is a thouroughly enjoyable book, and series, in a slightly altered, New York.I highly recommend reading it! Especially if you are a fan of Harry Dresden, The Iron Druid, Nate Temple, Damian Vesik and/or Alastair Stone!

  • Shannon Wolf
    2018-09-12 17:22

    Good readThis book is a great continuation of tombstone and butterfly not a lot of rehash (which I prefer), and we learn a bit more about our two main characters. This book has a dragon, a negomancer (new to me too), werewolves, god's, and of course mages and other magic users. A fun read and a nice break. Look forward to the next book.

  • Denise King
    2018-08-31 15:19

    Must read for mystery and paranormal fans! Fast paced and addictive. Love this author and his characters. Reminiscent of yesteryear's gumshoe detectives, buddy detective movies, and the fantasy world of images, wizards, paranormals, and the various pantheons of God's and monsters. Can't wait to dig into more!

  • Jason Earnhardt
    2018-09-11 13:28

    This book, and this series so far are entertaining, but have fairly large gaps between stories, (and sometimes within stories,) in which characters/artifacts/events are introduced, but never fleshed out for the reader of the current story. Almost like skipping a sequel. If you can get past that, these are fun reads. I liked Full Moon Howl better than the previous book.

  • LeAnne Benson
    2018-09-08 17:12

    Just Amazing!This is the second book of this series that I have read and it was every bit as good as the first. It's fast-paced and doesn't leave you bored. I recommend this to anyone who likes action and a good story. I can't wait for the next book in the series. I'm looking forward to seeing Monty and Strong in action again.

  • Jack
    2018-09-15 18:36

    Mile a minute action!I am really enjoying the books. The first was terrific and this one was as good or better. The characters are well developed and fun and the story has great continuity.

  • Leon
    2018-09-20 15:36

    Wish I could give four and one half stars.The Montague and Strong series is almost as enjoyable as the Dresden Files. I like the references to contemporary movies and books, the plots are interesting and just plain fun to read.

  • Betty
    2018-09-21 16:33

    LOVE THIS SERIES!This series just keeps getting better and better! I can't wait for the next book to be available. My circle of reader friends will definitely be hearing about them from me!

  • Katya
    2018-08-28 14:36

    If you like humor and non-stop action, read these books!I look forward to these books and can't wait for the next one. They make me laugh and look at mages a little differently. If you like the Dresden Files or the Iron Druid, you will love these these.

  • Emma Fearon
    2018-09-12 16:29

    I bloody love these booksI don't know what rabbit hole i jumped down that the first of these books were mentioned, but I'm so glad because they are brilliant. Ripping yarns, witty dialogue, stylish suits and tea. Lots of tea.Though a Valhalla coffee wouldn't go amiss.

  • Rosalind Bath
    2018-09-12 15:34

    Full moon howlThis was another good and fast paced read. Enjoyed every word of it. And refs to nate! I need to read the date that keeps getting referenced. Then on to the next book.

  • Mr. Noah Sturdevant
    2018-08-31 15:16

    A fun follow upThe sequel is just as good as the first book and builds the world in interesting ways. I’ll be sad when I’ve caught up to Orlando and have to wait on him to write the next one.

  • DeWanda
    2018-08-26 17:12

    4.5* I really enjoyed the references to the "Chicago and Missouri" wizards. shaynetastic, too funny.

  • Elizabeth Myers
    2018-09-23 12:26

    Action action and actionFull moon howl is everything I hoped it would be. It is a fast fun read with a great deal energy thrown around. If liked book one you will love book two!

  • Jayne
    2018-09-20 20:21

    Great SequelGreat continuation of their adventures in mayhem. If you like action suspense and general chaos, these characters are for you. Can't wait for the next installment.

  • Paul
    2018-08-30 20:23

    BetterWhile the comments from my first review still apply, Mr Sanchez is turning them into an homage of sorts.Very well done.

  • Stephanie
    2018-09-16 20:14

    Loved this book. Series keeps getting better and better.

  • Viki H
    2018-09-13 20:25

    EntertainingA fun, action filled story with plenty of snark. Just needs a good editor for the occasional grammar issues. Still, a quick and entertaining read.

  • Wayne Holland
    2018-09-14 16:14

    GreatAlways enjoyable . Fun reading and hard to put down when you start reading. Great banter and awesome action. Highly recommend.

  • Shawnie Nicole
    2018-09-15 13:41

    Why is this series so good. Lol oh god, so good!