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Aconitum by M. Howalt

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Rated 7.84 out of 10 Statistics


Genre: Supernatural / Fantasy

Updated: Weekly

Content Advisory

Occasional Sexual Content

Occasional Violence


Overall Rating: 7.841

Average Rating: 10 (Guests), 8.33 (Members)

Ranking: #25

Rating Count: 4 (1 Guests, 3 members)

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"A tale of werewolves, the ones who hunt them, and the people who are caught in the crossfire."

As if being a certified werewolf hunter isn’t enough of a moral morass already, Hector Rothenberg hears rumours of a wolf who can change its shape at will, and he realises that he must investigate the truth. But he needs to hurry up - especially if routine missions keep going almost fatally wrong.

Aconitum is the story of one man’s physical and mental journey. It is also the tale of a society which knows that werewolves are a real threat, of a doctor with a dark secret, a skilled lady in a lucrative business, a rich aunt, a grumpy, old mentor, a cheeky Frenchman, a village idiot, tragic death, romance gone wrong, and a young man who really wanted nothing to do with any of that.

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"Contagious Story..."

Rating: 8/10

Killing werewolves is well and good, but what happens when you start thinking of the lives behind the monster? What happens when you start saving people from their curse rather than damning them?

These are some of the questions that Aconitum tackles in a story that winds through the somber mind of Hector Rothenburg. A wandering plot follows behind this man’s actions in a world where werewolves…Read More


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