Driven will appeal to fans of the Otherworld
Driven: An Otherworld Novella
by Kelley Armstrong & Xaviere Daumarie
Sci Fi & Fantasy
Pub Date: December 5, 2015
(Trade Hardcover January 31, 2016)
Subterranean Press is pleased to present a long Otherworld novella by Kelley Armstrong, featuring a number of full-color illustrations by Xaviere Daumarie. The Trade Hardcover of Driven will feature a full-color dust jacket as well as four full-color interior illustrations. The Signed Limited Edition will have a completely different dust jacket, full-color endsheets, and two additional full-color illustrations not in the Trade. If you own a copy of the limited edition of Forsaken, please mention your number to match when checking out.
Cains are known for being big, brutish and not-too-bright. The mutt clan embodies all the supernatural world’s worst stereotypes about werewolves. But not even the Cains deserve to be hunted down and skinned like animals.
When young Davis Cain comes to the Pack for help, Alpha Elena Michaels can’t refuse him. It isn't about morality or justice. It’s about not letting anyone think they can do this to werewolves and get away with it.
But Elena is also dealing with the Pack’s homegrown monster—Malcolm Danvers, onetime enforcer, full-time psycho. Malcolm is now under Elena’s control, as part of the most difficult decision she’s had to make as leader. But if she has to let Malcolm in, she’s going to make full use of him…and the best person to catch monsters is one who knows exactly how they think.
Through her Otherworld novels, Kelley Armstrong has created a wide and varied world populated by werewolves and other supernatural beings. Her entertaining books are immensely popular.
Driven is an Otherworld novella. Don’t expect a lengthy or complex plot. Someone is hunting the Cain family, taking gruesome trophies for proof. Alpha Elena Michaels has allowed Malcolm Danvers to return to the Pack on a provisional basis. When Davis Cain comes begging for help, Elena assigns Malcolm to the team hunting the killers.
The novella targets fans of the series. It is unlikely to excite readers unfamiliar with Armstrong’s Otherworld series. If you can’t get enough of Elena and Clay, and the other members of the Pack, you will want to read Driven.
I received a copy of Driven from the publisher and netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review.