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I feel like book genres go through a rollercoaster of popularity Right now, there seems to be a huge push toward erotica, with thousands of new erotica novels and shorts being published every month.Shortly after the explosion of the Twilight saga and movies, the rage was vampires and werewolves It seemed that everyone had a supernatural story to tell and most of them centered around the inner turmoil of balancing the human they once were with the monster they d become With so many books in th I feel like book genres go through a rollercoaster of popularity Right now, there seems to be a huge push toward erotica, with thousands of new erotica novels and shorts being published every month.Shortly after the explosion of the Twilight saga and movies, the rage was vampires and werewolves It seemed that everyone had a supernatural story to tell and most of them centered around the inner turmoil of balancing the human they once were with the monster they d become With so many books in the genre, it was hard to find a standout.Michael Loring s DEHUMANIZED was an absolute standout for me.Loring has a fantastic writing style, but it was his unique take on the werewolf genre that really appealed to me In DEHUMANIZED, Ryan Zachary finds out that living as a werewolf is hardly filled with glamour After being bitten, he s stripped from his family, drugged, and driven to a concentration camp where other lycanthropes are kept as prisoners and treated like the animals they ve become.The werewolves in Loring s story never have a chance to become the dominant hunters as they appear in so many other novels Upon being infected, they re immediately stripped of their freedom, their pride, and eventually their humanity They fight amongst themselves for no other reason than overcoming the boredom of their imprisonment Being a werewolf isn t the exciting life that everyone expects or even a horror story being a werewolf is the equivalent of serving a life sentence for a crime you never committed.Ryan eventually finds friends in the inhospitable werewolf camp, even becoming attracted to his new female roommate But in a world where your every move is watched and every aspect of your life controlled, even romance can be detrimental Ryan had watched other werewolves being dragged away to secret laboratories but is devastated when he s taken from even his new family, something far too reminiscent of his experiences after the initial attack.The experiments give Ryan something no other werewolf has the ability to change at will between the human and the monster within him No longer does he have to wait for a full moon to change and no longer does he black out during the process.What Loring does with the story from that point is fascinating and exciting I won t give any spoilers but will highly recommend this book to anyone who likes the genre.I give this book five well deserved stars Ryan Zachery is a werewolf, having been attacked and bitten one day after graduating high school He was thrown into a camp for others that had been infected like him They are treated like animals and prisoners, not like human beings at all The guards are evil, the doctors are evil and no one seems to care They are thrown into a cage to change when the full moon comes Men and women are thrown together in the camps and fights break out all the time between the different cliques The guard Ryan Zachery is a werewolf, having been attacked and bitten one day after graduating high school He was thrown into a camp for others that had been infected like him They are treated like animals and prisoners, not like human beings at all The guards are evil, the doctors are evil and no one seems to care They are thrown into a cage to change when the full moon comes Men and women are thrown together in the camps and fights break out all the time between the different cliques The guards don t generally care except when it s Ryan getting into the fights They don t like him and they like throwing him into the Dungeon Ryan is fighting with himself and the wolf inside him He doesn t want to become this horrible beast but it seems as though he has no choice and the place where he is staying is almost encouraging him and others to do exactly that It is a constant struggle and he s trying to stay out of trouble but it seems that everyone is picking on him purposely Ryan hates his life at the camp, hates everyone there with the exception of his roommate, a Frenchman who speaks very little English But, all of that changes when they get a new roommate, Anna Clarke.I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review The copy that I was given appeared to be the final edited copy in PDF format and I ll be damned if I could find one error in the document There were errors, but they were corrected, so they don t count Anyway, I really, really liked this story The werewolf story has been told before but not like this The people have become infected because of an experimental virus that was made in Romania by the government that leaked Also, the people are treated as animals and basically all of their rights have been taken away from them No one knows how they are treated at the camps because no one is allowed to visit or to do stories about it Everyone thinks that they are being well taken care of and they are out of harm s way They don t realize that they aren t the monsters that people think they are..the doctors and guards are.I really enjoyed Michael Loring s storytelling He is very descriptive when he needs to be but not overly descriptive to the point that you are bored or skipping ahead to the meat of the story All of the story is the meat There is no filler or slow down at all This story was very full of drama, suspense, comedy, love and intrigue I had to keep myself from reading ahead to find out what was going to happen because I was so caught up in the story This is an amazing read and I can t wait to read the next story in the series I highly recommend it to anyone who likes werewolf stories, suspense, drama and wants a different take on the werewolf story Oh my, my, my, what a different take on my typical werewolf reads I was rooting for a love story in this book and while Ryan and Anna find a beautiful connection in their horrid situation, this is no love story.This book however is pretty freaking awesome I think the story truly picked up in the second half of the book, but that does not negate the importance of the first half I felt bad for Ryan from the very beginning, but throughout the book I found myself questioning his character Ryan c Oh my, my, my, what a different take on my typical werewolf reads I was rooting for a love story in this book and while Ryan and Anna find a beautiful connection in their horrid situation, this is no love story.This book however is pretty freaking awesome I think the story truly picked up in the second half of the book, but that does not negate the importance of the first half I felt bad for Ryan from the very beginning, but throughout the book I found myself questioning his character Ryan comes off as this sad and lonely character A boy not even out of his teens, who was thrown into what is essentially a concentration camp for those infected by the Lycanthropy virus to end up being this fighting and somewhat terrifying to those around him Man The facility that the werewolves are thrown in is a stark new reality for those who once lived normal lives before being infected and are now turned into lab rats, and treated with zero compassion or humanity The vicious fighting and hatred in this camp is beyond sad and Loring makes it feel all too real with its intensity There were some great characters in this book and all brought new layers to this amazing story I found a deep respect for Elizabeth s character I liked Anna and her feisty nature Sarah became a character whose growth in the book was about redemption Russell was a cute character with his shy yet pretty kickass personality So of course I would recommend this book, just be prepared as it is quite long The book caught my attention just by the title alone and once I read the back I was intrigued Then I learned my coworkers brother wrote it so then I just HAD to get my hands on it Let me tell you my expectations were blown away and that s just from reading the first few pages I was sucked in.It s a refreshing out look on the whole term lycanthropy and I ve read many books pertaining to the subject, but I ve never read where its a disease in this way I must admit though, I m not a fan of th The book caught my attention just by the title alone and once I read the back I was intrigued Then I learned my coworkers brother wrote it so then I just HAD to get my hands on it Let me tell you my expectations were blown away and that s just from reading the first few pages I was sucked in.It s a refreshing out look on the whole term lycanthropy and I ve read many books pertaining to the subject, but I ve never read where its a disease in this way I must admit though, I m not a fan of the werewolf when he s a standing two legged creature, I ve always enjoyed the wolf version, but to be honest I can tolerate it in this book Probably because it s so intriguing and it fits within the storyline.Michael s attention to detail is amazing and his similes are epic too I love being able to read about places I know and have been too Sure, I feel the same about NYC, or any of big city I ve been too, but it s different when it s the town you ve been too many times and have visited or worked in the places he s mentioned At least in my opinion The mention of Connecticut is a rare find in books, at least the smaller towns of Connecticut.Ryan s relationship with Anne Loved it The whole mate aspect was always one of my favorites to read about in books How it progresses and how unsure he is over what he is feeling is a nice spin on it Normally what I read is the main character and their future mate just seem to know they are supposed to be together No adorable akwardness or anything Just shoved in the face we re mates type of deal I enjoy that she s his comfort and sanity in the hell that is the camp and I think he deserves her with the way his life and the situations he s placed in have turned out.Ryan s interactions with the other characters is a good read and I enjoyed that as well, but sometimes it gets a bit dull and repetitive as if he s dragging it out to make the book longer Not that Ryan s angst brooding moments aren t needed or the challenges of other males, again it fits with how things turn out, but it s a tad much a times I can understand Anne and Sarah s desires to snap him out of it at times because it just never seems to end Ryan gets stuck in the past a lot.The excessiveness can also be said for the lab tests and guards attitudes I can see where Michael s coming from though, I mean, with the way Ryan is and Russell later on, it s only understandable that the scientists want to experimentand the guards are spiteful of him, and any of the others, because of the disease I imagine its mostly fear that eggs the guards to be the way they are though that can t be said for all However, I can t deny the scientists and guards drove me crazy most of the time.Even with the few things I mentioned I didn t really like about the book, it s all personal opinions Overall, I throughly enjoyed reading about Ryan and how he gets by in the camp It was a great read and I say go ahead and give it a try You won t be disappointed Dehumanized caught my attention from the start and never really let up in its intensity and ability to draw a reader into the darkly dystopian like world Mr Loring created This book falls into the Adult YA genre so much of the action is on an emotional level where the inner turmoil of the main character is most apparent For fans of romance there s a bit of that too, but there s a sense of desperation and uncertainty surrounding it as it comes at a time when hope is in short supply.Ryan starts Dehumanized caught my attention from the start and never really let up in its intensity and ability to draw a reader into the darkly dystopian like world Mr Loring created This book falls into the Adult YA genre so much of the action is on an emotional level where the inner turmoil of the main character is most apparent For fans of romance there s a bit of that too, but there s a sense of desperation and uncertainty surrounding it as it comes at a time when hope is in short supply.Ryan starts out as any other teenager until the night he s bitten and becomes infected with lycanthropy The views on lycanthropy and how it s dealt with are what sets this book apart from what I normally read There s nothing sexy or romantic about this, it s a curse He, and others like him, end up in a walled off community that has the feel of a concentration camp for all its cruelty and bleakness This part of the story is sad, at times vicious, with unending feelings of hopelessness that goes on a bit too long as Ryan s emotional state plummets into an abyss from which it seems he ll never find a way out of Ryan fears making any attachments as life is precarious with the many medical experiments being conducting and the guard s cruelty, but he can t help but be drawn to new cell mate Anna though he fights their connection every step of the way The hope she gives him is the first step in what hints at being a radical change for all of their futures.The second step is Ryan s newfound ability to transform at will after a medical procedure gone wrong The reader gets a greater understanding of what happens both physically and mentally during a transformation and it makes yousympathetic towards those with lycanthropy Ryan now becomes truly one with his other half and through that bond starts gaining the courage to forge a different path for himself and others like him After all the unrelenting oppression of the story there s finally a light at the end of the tunnel and I look forward to the rest of the journey just starting to be hinted at here.This is an intense read with a unique viewpoint that sucks you in from the first page with its vivid depiction of a dark and dystopian society with nefarious plans underfoot and a society of people merely pawns It s a dark and oftentimes depressing journey to reach an ending that is just a beginning and I look forward to what this talented author has planned next Ryan is a werewolf, infected just after high school graduation in a time where those who have contracted the virus are locked up in detention centers, indefinitely, awaiting a cure The story takes place 2 years after his infection After his savage attack he is torn away from his family and everything he knows without an explanation and shoved into what is basically a concentration camp Alone and scared he hardens his heart refusing to think of what he has lost or attach himself to anyone in Ryan is a werewolf, infected just after high school graduation in a time where those who have contracted the virus are locked up in detention centers, indefinitely, awaiting a cure The story takes place 2 years after his infection After his savage attack he is torn away from his family and everything he knows without an explanation and shoved into what is basically a concentration camp Alone and scared he hardens his heart refusing to think of what he has lost or attach himself to anyone in order to survive He internalizes his role in his situation, in being infected, and refuses to gain anythingjust to have it ripped away from him Ryan is strong but hard, until the arrival of Anna Though at first he tries to rationalize keeping his distance from her, so as not to loose anything else, her good nature and strength wear him down before he finally realizes she is his mate Though there is an element of love with their budding relationship while in the confines of the hell that is their life I would by no means make this out to be a love story Unfortunately, Ryan gains extra attention from the guards for his disturbances while defending and protecting himself and Anna This makes him the target for not only punishment from the guards but forced experiments by the doctors who run the facility Ryan and Anna struggle through their situation, horrendous treatment at the hands of the guards, threats by other subjects in the facility, and finally by the experiments done on Ryan that change him and the course of his werewolf DNA giving life to a new breed of werewolf As other characters are introduced to Ryan and Anna s inner circle you see the strength, love, friendship, and comradery grow There are characters I fell in love with from the start, those I hated from the start, and those who surprised me in the end I was asked to give an honest review of this book, of which I was not compensated for in any way, and my final impression is that it is fan freaking tastic This is by no means your typical werewolf book but a bone chilling dystopian paranormal read that I could not put down Michael Loring is a very talented writer who captured the essence of one s need for freedom in confinement while dealing with the struggle of daily existence and the inner turmoil of holding on to ones humanity in a hostile environment where some of the most basic rules can be bent and twisted based on intentions If you are a lover of wolves and can relish in a little abuse of power by mad scientists and guards alike with the honest struggle for freedom and self worth of the main characters this book is so for you I am eagerly anticipating a followup novel to see what obstacles Ryan, Anna, and their friends have yet to face Dehumanized is one of those stories that captures you right from the start and keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting no needingandI love stories that have Lycanthropy in them I love me some werewolf stories This one is particularly different in how the story unfolds and what happens to the main character and how he grows and makes decisions for him as well as the others around him.Ryan is just your average 19 year old guy living his life and minding his business He hangs out Dehumanized is one of those stories that captures you right from the start and keeps you on the edge of your seat wanting no needingandI love stories that have Lycanthropy in them I love me some werewolf stories This one is particularly different in how the story unfolds and what happens to the main character and how he grows and makes decisions for him as well as the others around him.Ryan is just your average 19 year old guy living his life and minding his business He hangs out with his friends until one night he is attacked and bitten by a lycanthrope and is turned into a werewolf His world is turned upside down and he is taken from his family and friends and brought to the government compound where he will live At the compound he is subjected to testing and other things He is in a room with Fred but he does not really talk to him because Fred does not know how speak English One thing Ryan can count on is that the government wants to see why and how the Lycanthrope are the way they are With this Ryan finds himself trying to stay away from people and stay out of trouble but he finds himself in the Dungeon which is like a jail cell where they are placed naked and only given a bucket to relieve themselves Ryan will soon get a new roommate name Anna and she will be a game changer for him She will give him the one thing he has given up on and that is hope On one of his testing days he is given something and he is able to change on will The government wants to know how he can do that and why he is able to change himself at will But all Ryan wants to do is escape from that horrible place Will he escape Who will he take with him What will happen when the government finds out This is a must read story I have read a lot of supernatural stories with werewolves in them,and I honestly thought I had read all of the themes within that genre that I could Well I was wrong.Dehumanized takes the werewolf legend and totally turns it on its head But in a really very good way This is quite a long book, and has a lot of violence in it, but everything the author writes within its pages has a purpose, a reason for it happening the way it does The book begins by explaining exactly how lycanthropy started I have read a lot of supernatural stories with werewolves in them,and I honestly thought I had read all of the themes within that genre that I could Well I was wrong.Dehumanized takes the werewolf legend and totally turns it on its head But in a really very good way This is quite a long book, and has a lot of violence in it, but everything the author writes within its pages has a purpose, a reason for it happening the way it does The book begins by explaining exactly how lycanthropy started A cure is searched for but cannot be found Years later there are camps for those suffering from the disease But these are no summer type camps They arelike concentration camps during the world wars The subjects within these camps are mistreated, experimented on against their will, and generally left to fight it out amongst themselves.It is one of these camps which Ryan Zachery finds himself A loner, he soon finds he is the target of some pretty nasty people Trying to find a way to avoid their attention just exacerbates the situation, and Ryan soon finds himself at the start of a journey which continues to spiral downwards at a rapid pace.He honestly cannot see how things could possibly improve for him if his life continues the way it is I say life, it is actuallyjust existing for Ryan, and sometimes not even that much As I said this is a long book, and things do get worse as it goes on But, as in life, things do need to get worse before they can start to get better I was delighted to get to the end and discover the author has a sequel planned I so cannot wait to see what he brings to the table next in what promises to be a very exciting second book {DOWNLOAD PDF} ë Dehumanized Í Ryan Zachery lived his life the way all high school teenagers should carefreeUntil he was attacked by an unknown assailer and awoke in the hospital with lycanthropy Taken by armed guards and dragged away from everything he held dear, Ryan was thrown into a US camp made for those suffering from lycanthropy They caged the beast, but now he will show them that he will never be dehumanized Flipping Fantastic I picked up this novel and had my nose shoved into it till I was finished Michael Loring has written a thrilling novel It captured me from page one This gripping tale took hold of me and strangled me in its grasp until I reached the ending The way that it was written was marvelous, the way that I felt for the main character, down to snarling at the doctors and guards along with the main character, Ryan, when he did I gladly fell into this wonderful novel Action, drama, a Flipping Fantastic I picked up this novel and had my nose shoved into it till I was finished Michael Loring has written a thrilling novel It captured me from page one This gripping tale took hold of me and strangled me in its grasp until I reached the ending The way that it was written was marvelous, the way that I felt for the main character, down to snarling at the doctors and guards along with the main character, Ryan, when he did I gladly fell into this wonderful novel Action, drama, a bit of romance and the raw, gritty emotions that he listed fearlessly were all masterfully done From start to finish I was not disappointed in this novel A Debut Novel At That As the novel goes on, you find out about Ryan s past, and how he came to be a werewolf Set in a prison for those that are like Ryan, these werewolves are all shut out from the world and treated like criminals and worse, monsters As you read, you realize the starkness that lies within this tale, the realness that flickers throughout the pages I was memorized as I read and have mentioned this book to many and will continue to do so I hope thatthan just me find out about this wonderful novel, and love it as much as I did as well BRAVO