Posted by Comet Press Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Scarla by BC Furtney

“Scarla is dark, somber, and extreme. It is a horror story of therianthropy which makes for a nice change of pace from the standard were-tale. The virus is causing people to transform into something other than human, but instead of a werewolf the changes consist of an amalgam of different animals. Scarla herself is an interesting character. She is very sympathetic, especially once you, the reader, realize things are happening to her that she is completely unaware of. The end has a nice unpredictable twist with hints of an impending apocalypse. I thoroughly enjoyed Scarla and had a tough time putting it down. Recommended.”

by Colleen Wanglund. Read the review at Monster Librarian.

Scarla by BC Furtney was named runner up for best novel of the year at This is Horror Awards 2011!

Scarla is available at Amazon , BarnesandNoble.com, in paperback, Kindle, Nook, Apple iBookstore, and at the Comet Press website.

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