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The Wolf's Hour 1 of 3

Wolf's Hour
1 : The Wolf's Hour (1 of 3)

by Robert McCammon
Aug 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 18+
It is 1944. A message from Paris warns Allied Intelligence of something big in the works---something which might have serious implications for D-Day. The only way to get more information from the agent in Paris---now closely watched by the Gestapo---is to send in a personal courier.

Russian émigré Michael Gallatin is picked for the job. In retirement as a secret agent since a grisly episode in North Africa, Gallatin is parachuted into occupied France, on a mission which will take him to the festering heart of the Third Reich on the scent of doomsday.

As a master spy, Gallatin has proved he can take on formidable foes---and kill them. As a passionate lover, he attracts beautiful women. But there is one extra factor which makes Michael Gallatin a unique special agent---he is a werewolf, able to change form almost at will, able to assume the body of a wolf and its capacity to kill with savage, snarling fury.

In the madness of war, Gallatin hunts his prey---ready to out-think his opponents with his finely-tuned brain. Or tear their throats out with his finely-honed teeth....

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Richard Rohan, Thomas Keegan, Kimberly Gilbert, Nanette Savard, James Konicek, Terence Aselford, Evan Casey, Mort Shelby, Alyssa Wilmoth, Tim Carlin, Joe Brack, Karen Novack, Tim Getman, Lily Beacon, Christopher Scheeren, James Lewis, Daniel Sonntag, Alexander Strain, Colleen Delany, Bradley Smith, Eric Messner, Patrick Bussink, Christopher Graybill, Scott McCormick and James Keegan
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Johann Dettweiler
Dialogue Editors Brian Rogers
Sound Designers Brian Rogers
Cover Illustrator Vincent Chong
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Great book by Jon (Posted on 2/28/2015)
I was engaged from beginning to end. Shoutouts, werewolves, sex, nazis. Honestly, what else would you want in a book.
Impressive! by Chris (Posted on 2/5/2015)
This was a thoroughly engrossing first part of The Wolf's Hour. It had a bit of everything--sex, action, blood & guts, and suspense...all wrapped around a cool WWII story. Left me hanging at the end and wanting more. On to Part 2...
Nazis and Werewolves by Catdaddy (Posted on 2/5/2015)
You will know from the premise whether you are in or out. Here we have a period drama set in the middle of World War II. The 1940s setting sets the work apart from the typical creature-feature, as does its very strong scenes of violence.

The work features some of the German perspective of the war, which is fresh and interesting. It is the werewolf mythology, however that gives the story its heart, rich and engrossing.

An exciting story, this one also has a lot of fun with the accents. In one scene, a Scott, a German, and a French character are all speaking together. The Russian accents are particularly good.

The production is a strong R for thematic elements, occasionally grotesque violence, and some sex.
Oooh that's just friggin' NICE! by Traypaniel (Posted on 11/21/2014)
At first I was skeptic, but after giving it a chance--the story was engrossing, the voice actors were amazing (I enjoyed Thomas Keegan's Russian accent kept throughout the three volumes), and it kept me itching for the next disc. If you are interested in a different take on werewolves, or even interested in history---This is the series to go into.
Natsies getting their butts kicked and throats torn out by a Werewolf, Awsome! by Jason (Posted on 5/23/2014)
I'm a tad bit sadistick about loving horror movies about people especially bad people who get eaten or dismembered by vicious monsters or creatures from the natural world. What I liked most about this Mccamin story is the humanity of the so called monster. In most movies regarding werewolves, werewolves are always shown as the bad guys who have to be remorcelessly hunted down and killed while their human victims are always scene as the good guys who with the exception of a lucky silver bullet are helpless against the savage beasts. To be sure Michael Galiton isn't always picky on whom he tears apart and whome he leaves alone, but he's definitely a lot more human than some of the Russian soldiers and the Natsies are. I really found myself rooting for the werewolf in this one. GA does a fantastic job at bringing this story to life. And the author does a great job at showing his readers that most of the time its people that are often the real monsters in the man vs nature confrontation. I give it a 5/5.
Left me wanting more by Todd (Posted on 10/18/2013)
You need to listen to the entire set of books to get the whole story. I thought it was entertaining. However I wish there would have been more in the story on his evolution in becoming a wolf. I wish it had a better ending.
McCammon Rules by Chris (Posted on 9/17/2013)
I loved it! McCammon is one of my favorite authors and Wolf's Hour is one of his best. I have read it multiple times, and I have listened to it twice already and will definitely listen again. I hope GA will adapt more of his books. Stinger would be awesome and Swan Song is better than The Stand IMO.
Review by Brandon Neff (Posted on 8/19/2013)
This was my third Graphic Audio series and I have not been disappointed by any thus far. I enjoy WWII period fiction but I was concerned about the whole "werewolf" thing.

Well, I was blown away. I couldn't stop listening, particularly during the parts that describe his "coming of age" with the other lycanthropes. Fantastic stuff!
Review by kenneth parks (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Years ago, I read all of Robert McCammon's books, with the Wolf's Hour being my favorite among them. Hearing Richard Rohan narrate it was a real treat and I'm going to have a real tough time waiting for part 2. Great job as usual from Graphic Audio!
Review by victoria sorel (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This is really, really good. The main character's Russian accent was difficult to understand at times. Otherwise Graphic Audio scores another hit.
Review by Michael Wiemer (Posted on 5/23/2013)
This was my first purchase from Graphic Audio and I was extremely impressed. Robert McCammon is one of my favorite authors so I knew the story was solid, but the Graphic Audio version is fantastic! Now I'm hooked on Graphic Audio!
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Fantastic performance with a solid story. Five stars all the way for part I of this incredible production.

Guns, spies, werewolves, together with great acting, music/sound selections, this keeps me reading the whole way through.

The wolf sounds are amazing, and bravo on the accents of various characters.

Favorite, that part with the rat's brain...that's really really gross- so much so that it's great!
Review by Russ Voce (Posted on 5/23/2013)
An amazing production from Graphic Audio! The original novel has long been a personal favorite, so I was ecstatic when GA put this out and they couldn't have done a better job. I'd rate it higher if that were possible! Highly recommended!

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