Home » Discovery (She-Wolf Werewolf Evolution (Werewolf Legend Series)) by Cody Valent
Discovery (She-Wolf Werewolf Evolution (Werewolf Legend Series)) Cody Valent

Discovery (She-Wolf Werewolf Evolution (Werewolf Legend Series))

Cody Valent

Published February 14th 2014
ISBN :
Kindle Edition
106 pages
Enter the sum

 About the Book 

She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution: Part Four – DiscoveryThe werewolf genre has taken on a new dimension in this new serialized version of the novel She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution. The Rise of Top Dog is now available exclusively on Amazon as part four ofMore She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution: Part Four – DiscoveryThe werewolf genre has taken on a new dimension in this new serialized version of the novel She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution. The Rise of Top Dog is now available exclusively on Amazon as part four of six separate installments that complete the novel.If you wish to purchase the complete novel, copy and paste She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution into the Amazon search engine. The serial version will be published in six parts at $0.99 each. The complete novel will list at $3.99.She-Wolf: Werewolf Evolution is the first novel in the epic saga which chronicles the parallel evolution of wolves and humans—leading to the origins of the first werewolf.Canines followed the same evolutionary path as humans, emerging to their current level of maturity as a species around 800,000 years ago. They beat Homo sapiens to the top of the food chain by 750,000 years. During this time period, near the end of the Pleistocene Epoch, wolves reigned supreme as top predator, succeeding other notable contenders like the saber-toothed cat and the giant short-faced bear. Not always the strongest or fastest, wolves were the most coordinated and organized units of destruction.Then about 25,000 years ago the earth entered its coldest ice age to date—an Armageddon for many existing species. Monstrous sheets of ice advanced from the poles, driving both predator and prey in North America to retreat south past the permafrost line. Many species became extinct during the following 10,000 years, leaving pockets of survivors to eke out a living. By 12,000 BC the earth had warmed enough for those that were left to return to their ancestral feeding grounds.In North America wolves were the top predator on the continent thousands of years before humans ever set foot here. When humans finally arrived, somewhere between 20,000 to 11,000 years ago, packs of the largest known wolf, the dire wolf—faced hordes of humans for the first time. Dire wolves were not one of the Great Ice Age survivors, reported to have lived up until 8,000 years ago in the northern climes of central North America.This is the story of how one isolated pack returned to their ancestral hunting grounds, desperate to survive the devastating extinctions brought on by the Younger Dryas period. There they found a resurgence of the large beasts they once hunted, and encountered for the first time a more advanced predator who would present fierce competition. In order to survive they will need to eliminate all opposition, including the human onslaught migrating from Beringia. Led by a rogue she-wolf, this pack of dire wolves was destined to evolve as superior canines that would challenge the destructive force of humanity. But if you’ve followed world history, you know who won.But from the scourge of humanity, rises a remarkable woman with a great love of nature and a special empathy for wolves. And she alone will confront the challenge for a new world order. And out of this confrontation, a new species will evolve—a savage half-breed, to change not just the course set by humanity, but the one who will now set it.The journey starts before time began and parallels the theories of creation and evolution, and why they are not mutually exclusive. From the Big Bang Theory to the biblical Garden of Eden, across glacial rock in Alaska to the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles, from the Paleolithic Age to the technological 21st century, you will see how everything interrelates—always. And why nothing, even the existence of this mythical beast, is impossible.