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Facts, Figures & Fun, 2006 - Fiction - 96 pages
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Open these pages and you can practically hear these savage night creatures howling at the moon! But how did a belief in werewolves originate? What ancient tales fed the superstition—and how do modern books and films depict this human/wolf hybrid? Do contemporary eyewitnesses to their activity exist? Nigel Suckling, a well-known author in the world of myth and fantasy, provides a fascinating introduction, with such features as “ways to recognize a werewolf” and “common causes of becoming one.”

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User Review  - Townes v. Z. - Goodreads

This book was an extremely informative book, as far as literature on mythological creatures go. It is a compilation of quotes, tales and truths(?) about werewolves and it's written in a throw-back way that makes it seem as if you're about to be tossed into a Grimms fairytale. Read full review

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Nigel has written text for many books of fantasy art.

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