WereHuman 3 – The Hunter’s Heir: A Wyrdos Universe Novel

(3 customer reviews)


If you’re not a werewolf, you’re a waste of fur. 

That’s what everybody says. Josh isn’t a werewolf. He’s not even sure if he’s a shifter at all. 

In Montana, Josh cleans up after the students of the Montana Shifter School. In Washington, his brother tracks superhuman soldiers from his high-tech lair. In Chicago, his sister solves crimes with the help of Team Wyrdos. 

These dogs are WereHumans. And since they were born, the Consortium has been hunting them down to dissect them and learn their secrets. 

Josh has no idea about any of this. He just wants to attend Shifter School. Instead, he’s been abducted by a genetically altered psychopath with a god complex on a mission to take down the Consortium. 

Josh is his bait. 

If he wants to survive, Josh is going to have to reach deep down inside his furry self and figure out who he really is. Is he a shifter? Is he a servant? Could he be a killer if that what it takes to escape this madman? 

3 reviews for WereHuman 3 – The Hunter’s Heir: A Wyrdos Universe Novel

  1. Mia Harper

    I loved this book, it was action packed and moving, and beautifully narrated by the author. Events come to an explosive confrontation with the Consortium, and Josh discovers his family. I was so sad this was the end of the Were Human series, it has been an amazing series, that I would highly recomend.

  2. Daniel Davis

    Third book in the Werehuman series like the other it can stand largely alone. This time we are following Josh the runt of the litter of were-dogs as we see there are other shifters as the story starts out at school for them in Montana. From here the story progresses as Josh learns about himself and the wider world as he is kidnapped by Hard Knock a genetically engineered super soldier who also appears in the other 2 werehuman books. By the end I was left wanting more and wondering what had happened to Remy and Milo the 2 remaining puppies

  3. Nicollette Blackeagle

    Josh is not quite sure what he is and where he fits in. Josh’s life changes after he is kidnapped and learns the truth about the man that he thought cared about his well being. Josh learns more and more about what he is as well as a family he never knew he had. This book is well written and narrated by Gwendolyn Druyor. The only problem I have is the total mistreatment and abuse that is inflicted upon Josh. I highly recommend this book. I received this book from Audiobooks Unleashed and this is my honest unbiased review.

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