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What the community says about Wagner the Werewolf
- "Because of its overall popularity Breaking Dawn is likely the top best werewolf novel for teens. In Wagner there may not be sufficient werewolf even to call it a werewolf novel. Wagner does not leave any particular adverse presence. The characters except for one money lender are not really people the reader can identify with and enjoy. Wagner makes a deal with the devil's slave to regain his youth and then the story follows what he wants to accomplish from that. "
- "In my search for books about werewolves, I came across this classic! I really enjoyed the book, but I thought it would have more to do with LGBT+ themes and it really didn't touch on them in the way I was expecting. Perhaps, at some point, I will find a modern werewolf book with such references!"
- "A fabulous Gothic novel that deserves far more recognition than it has received. Not only is there a werewolf, but Faust and Christian Rosencreutz, founder of the Rosicrucians, makes an appearance. This book is a significant document in the history of Gothic fiction and provides a bridge from the Rosicrucian novel and the Gothic origins to later works like Dracula. If I ever update my book The Gothic Wanderer, I will include a chapter on it."
- "I bought this hoping for a story about a badass werewolf that was going around banging and killing but what I got was far from it. I didn't feel like the main character was a threatening presence which takes a lot of the fear out of it. The book was still a decent read but if you're looking for a real scary story with some erotic parts there are better ones out there."
- "The classic modern novel about werewolves is Stoker's Dracula. Werewolves have been part of western-folk lore since antiquity but it was Bram Stocker who solidified it's place in literary history for the modern man. All other werewolf books, whether explicity or impliclity are dependent on Dracula. "