WereHuman 2 – The Warrior’s Son: A Wyrdos Universe Novel

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Family can be hell. So can torture. But nothing’s worse than the hell you carry around in your own mind.

Genetic-manipulation survivor Jay Doe lives alone in the mountains. Abandoned shape-shifting dog Bayard lives surrounded by firefighters. They’re both hiding from the Consortium. They’re both about to be found. And the Consortium doesn’t take prisoners; they take volunteers for the Biomedical Team to play with. 

If Jay and Bayard want to survive, they’re going to have to learn to trust each other. They’re going to have to learn to trust themselves. And they’re going to have to escape from hell.

2 reviews for WereHuman 2 – The Warrior’s Son: A Wyrdos Universe Novel

  1. Mia Harper

    I loved this book, it was an emotional rollercoaster, and action packed, with an intriguing plot that kept me captivated to the end and begging for more. Following the rebels fight against the corrupt consortium was nerve wracking, and getting to know Bay, Laylia’s brother was so moving, it was hard not to fall in love with these characters. I’m still amazed at Gwendolyn’s expressive narration and can’t wait for her next book and to hear her lovely voice again.

  2. Daniel Davis

    Second book in the WereHuman Series again it can stand largely alone. This time we follow Laylea’s brother Bayard surrendered at a fire station raised as a fire dog. Till he is found by the evil group that was hunting for their super soldiers and Laylea’s brothers and sisters in the last book. Here the story takes a dark turn for a while and we see the worlds within worlds that are largely hidden from each other. It leaves you wanting more by the end rooting for the heroes and booing the villians

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