Novel of the 12 months 2009, Wonderland booklet Award Winner
Road Warrior Werewolves as opposed to McDonaldland Mutants...post-apocalyptic fiction hasn't ever been relatively like this.
They name themselves the soldiers, their enemies name them the Bitches. they seem to be a gang of man-eating, motorcycle-riding, war-hungry werewolf ladies, and they're the rulers of the desert.
A century after the autumn of civilization, just one urban is still status. it's a self-contained utopian society safe by way of a three-hundred-foot-high metal wall. The electorate of this urban reside secure, peaceable lives, thoroughly ignorant to the savagery that happens past the partitions. they're content material and satisfied, blindly following the foundations of the fascist speedy nutrition company that acts as their executive. but if Daniel Togg, a four-armed bootlegger from the darkish aspect of city, is forged out of the walled urban, he quickly learns why the kingdom of the skin international has been saved mystery. The barren region is a chaotic battleground choked with huge wolves, mutant males, and a military of hairy biker girls who're slowly growing to be animals. Trapped at the incorrect part of a battle area, Daniel Togg makes new neighbors and new enemies, whereas uncovering the mysteries of the folk residing within the desert and the way they got here to be there.
Including forty five illustrations through the writer, Warrior Wolf ladies of the Wasteland is an epic bizarro story of dehumanization, gender separation, intake, and violent sexual awakenings. A fast paced post-apocalyptic experience within the vein of The street Warrior, that includes a really specified werewolf mythology.
"Carlton Mellick III will get higher with each booklet. Warrior Wolf ladies of the Wasteland is his most sensible one yet."