Spirit bound to Flesh.
Wolf bound to Man.
Which road will you walk?
Uprooted and dumped in a small town at the edge of the Colorado mountains, high school senior Jimmy Walker has always been an outsider. Struggling with grades, hostile classmates, and a stepfather bent on making his life hell—
—until a collision with fate leaves Jimmy bleeding under a Full Moon…
Now, Jimmy is torn between worlds. His new friends are not what they seem, a white wolf haunts his dreams, and ravens flutter in the shadows. As Jimmy embraces his new life, the memories of a past he tried to bury are breaking through, and a deadly adversary lurks just out of sight...
A new breed of werewolf Urban Fantasy, Walking Wolf Road transcends the boundaries of the Teen/Young Adult genre. The Wolf Road Chronicles' debut novel from award-winning author Brandon M. Herbert carries you through love and loss, joy and betrayal, sexuality, shamanism, therianthropy, and the supernatural on Jimmy’s journey to become who he was born to be.
Praise for Walking Wolf Road:
“[Walking Wolf Road] has everything. Ghosts, werewolves, romance, and some beautifully arranged prose. I hope to see more work from author Brandon M. Herbert on our platform soon!”
Heather Weid, Kbuuk “Halloween Weekend Reads”
“This story had me in tears in places, and giggling in others. [...] Brandon M. Herbert has written an exciting urban fantasy that kept me highly entertained. I highly recommend this book if you love paranormal, shifter or urban fantasy genres!”
Lynn Worton, Book Reviews by Lynn blog.
“I loved it! This is a great, fast-paced read you can really sink your teeth into, no pun intended!”
Janell Rhiannon, author Invisible Wings and Uncross the Stars.
“[Herbert] kept the tension high right up to the end, and provided a great finale using all of the elements he began building from the start. Needless to say I was satisfied… and I am (not so) patiently awaiting a sequel!”
J.D. Wiley, award winning author of The Bitter Bullet & Primora
“Walking Wolf Road was filled with the mythology of werewolves, shamanism, and philosophy. All of this hit exactly the right spot for me. I thoroughly enjoyed this book!”
K.C. Faelan, author of If At First You Don’t Succeed.