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Wolf's Hour
2 : The Wolf's Hour (2 of 3)

by Robert McCammon
Sep 1, 2012
6 Hours
5
978-1-59950-896-2
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, James Konicek, Kimberly Gilbert, Colleen Delany, Bradley Smith, Terence Aselford, Nick Depinto, Steven Carpenter, Evan Casey, Lily Beacon, Gary Telles, Michael Glenn, Tim Pabon, Daniel Sonntag, Ken Jackson, Scott Mccormick, Dylan Lynch, David Coyne, Alyssa Wilmoth, Drew Kopas, Richard Rohan, Elizabeth Jernigan and Danny Gavigan
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

Reviews

2nd hour by Bos (Posted on 12/7/2016)
the story continues, I really enjoy the back story of Michael's past.
The Wolf's Hour by Lee (Posted on 2/5/2016)
Very good i like nice
GREAT PERFORMANCE by Lionel (Posted on 11/26/2015)
I liked this part as it goes into his past, and his origins a little more. Very well done!
The Wolf's Hour by Michael (Posted on 10/1/2015)
Absolutely fantastic. Take espionage, the supernatural, and humor at just the right points to weave an enthralling tale... (tail).

The music compliments the story as only Graphic Audio can do.
The wolf hour by robert (Posted on 7/22/2015)
Nice sound effects very cool
Continuing a great story by William (Posted on 4/20/2015)
The second part of this story picks up right where we leave off in the first one. The information Michael is gathering is starting to tell a story.
Fantastic production as usual.
Great Job!
More good stuff by Chris (Posted on 2/16/2015)
Michael's mission deepens, little Mikhail grows into a man through pain, sacrifice and tragedy and this installment continues to leave me riveted. Great job once again. On to Part 3.
An Awsome Story! by Jason (Posted on 5/23/2014)
I loved part 2 of wolf's hour even more than I liked part 1. And part 1 was freaking awesome! GA did a really great job in dramatically bringing to life Michael's first full on transformation in to werewolf form in this installment. Casting James Conacheck in the roll of Victor was extremely well done. Once again Mccamin shows readers that people are the real monsters. I almost cried near the end of this section of the story. The music and acting was superbe. I give this 5/5.
Better than the 1st book 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.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Part II is just as strong as part I, with the same high quality performance and music/sound, driven by a powerful story that's full of action and touching moments.

The bit about the infant transforming is really well executed, and the subplot with the train is a powerful emotion all on its own.

I actually enjoy the part of the story that's set in Michael's past more than the present- it's way more interesting to observe the interaction of the pack and the difficulties they face.
Review by Russ Voce (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Graphic Audio continues another amazing rendition of a great action tale. This is the same high-quality audio production as Parts 1& 2. You really need this to enjoy either of those two. Get it. You owe it to yourself.
Review by Michael Wiemer (Posted on 5/23/2013)
The Wolf's Hour was a great novel and the Graphic Audio version is fantastic! I finished Part 1 of 3 very quickly and had to order Part 2 to keep the movie in my mind going. Very happy with my purchase of Part 2!

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