House of Wolves by Matt Bronleewe

House of WolvesHouse of Wolves by Matt Bronleewe (An August Adams Adventure) (Thomas Nelson, 2008), 320 pages

The paperback edition is set for release August 11, 2009.

This is the sequel to Illuminated, which I loved.

House of Wolves places New York City rare book dealer August Adams squarely in the middle of a plot by a new incarnation of a violent ancient secret society — along with his precocious young son, his father, his ex-wife and her new fiance.

The bookish aspects of this story clinched it for me. I love the adventure.

A fun ride.

The trailer for House of Wolves:

While writing this review I went searching for information about the next book in the series. It wasn’t easy to find, but I figured it out. The third book in this series, The Deadly Hours, should be released “sometime in the not-too-distant-future,” according to Bronleewe. I, for one, hope that’s soon. It will be published by a different publishing house than the first two books (per both a Thomas Nelson VP and Bronleewe).

The audiobook is available as a free download on the author’s website, as is a soundtrack for the book. Bronleewe is a songwriter and producer in Nashville; he was a founding member of Jars of Clay.

An interview with the author.

Other reviews:
A Peek at My Bookshelf
Relz Reviewz
Tara’s View on Books
Window to My World

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One response to “House of Wolves by Matt Bronleewe

  1. I really need to read this book. Bummer about TN cutting so many titles. 😦

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