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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Without question this is the most vicious unsympathetic horrific depiction of werewolves ever created.

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* AlwaysChaoticEvil: Without question this is AlwaysChaoticEvil:
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the most vicious unsympathetic horrific depiction of werewolves ever created.



*** Finally, subverted in ''The Lineage'' where we meet some werewolves who maintain some human characteristics. Sylvester doesn't treat them any differently.

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*** Finally, subverted ** Subverted in ''The Lineage'' where we meet some werewolves who maintain some human characteristics. Sylvester doesn't treat them any differently.



*** [[spoiler: Sylvester's mother looks like she'll assume the role in the sequel.]] In fact, she plays the role of TheDragon to The Kinslayer, who is the strongest werewolf on Earth.

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*** ** [[spoiler: Sylvester's mother looks like she'll assume the role in the sequel.]] In fact, she plays the role of TheDragon to The Kinslayer, who is the strongest werewolf on Earth.



* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: Subverted. Sylvester is a Canadian (!?!) Vietnam War veteran who holds the attitudes of many soldiers of that time towards the conflict. The book refuses to romanticize either side, treating the enemy as particularly vicious while simultaneously showing the United States government as handling the war incompetently.

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* PoliticallyCorrectHistory: Subverted. Sylvester is a Canadian (!?!) Vietnam War veteran who holds the attitudes of many soldiers of that time towards the conflict. The book refuses to romanticize either side, treating the enemy as particularly vicious while simultaneously showing the United States government as handling the war incompetently.


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** Peter Strubbe takes the role in the sequel.

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* {{Badass}}: Arguably one of the best since Solomon Kane.


* DirtyCommunists: The Russian government is willing to use vast numbers of prisoners to lure out a werewolf. The VietCong are pure evil. How much is just TruthInTelevision is up to the reader.

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* DirtyCommunists: The Russian government is willing to use vast numbers of prisoners to lure out a werewolf. The VietCong Viet Cong are pure evil. How much is just TruthInTelevision is up to the reader.

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*** Finally, subverted in ''The Lineage'' where we meet some werewolves who maintain some human characteristics. Sylvester doesn't treat them any differently.


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* PayEvilUntoEvil: Sylvester's philosophy by the second book. It takes him to some very-very dark places.

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* {{Expy}}: Sylvester is about halfway between a muggle version of Wolverine and the Punisher.


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* VanHelsingHateCrimes: Played with as werewolves are so evil it's hard to ever think they deserve anything resembling mercy but, somehow, Sylvester comes close.


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** So is Sylvester's one-man war on werewolves.


*** [[spoiler: Sylvester's mother looks like she'll assume the role in the sequel.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Sylvester's mother looks like she'll assume the role in the sequel.]] In fact, she plays the role of TheDragon to The Kinslayer, who is the strongest werewolf on Earth.
* TheChessmaster: The Omega plays this role, setting up events even after [[spoiler: his death.
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* NotSoDifferent: Sylvester is blood crazy murderous and sociopathic in his pursuit of werewolves--to the point they come to view him as a WorthyOpponent.




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* WorthyOpponent: Sylvester becomes so ruthless and psychotic in his pursuit of werewolves' destruction, the AlwaysChaoticEvil werewolves start to ''respect'' him.

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** It gets better in ''The Lineage.''


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* EarnYourHappyEnding: In ''The Lineage.'' [[spoiler: Sylvester has lost his children and love interests but retires at the age of sixty to a peaceful hermit-like existence after slaying both his mother plus the most powerful werewolf in the world. Without the Kinslayer to cull the weak from werewolves, they will grow progressively weaker until they cease to be a threat.]]


'''Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter''' is a series by Brian P. Easton and published by Creator/PermutedPress.

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'''Autobiography ''Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter''' Hunter'' is a series by Brian P. Easton and published by Creator/PermutedPress.


'''Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter''' is a series by BrianPEaston and published by Creator/PermutedPress.

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'''Autobiography of a Werewolf Hunter''' is a series by BrianPEaston Brian P. Easton and published by Creator/PermutedPress.


A sequel to the original book, ''Heart of Scars'', was released in 2010.

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A sequel to the original book, ''Heart of Scars'', was released in 2010.
2010. The finale to the trilogy, ''The Lineage'' was released in 2015.

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