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The first book in the Deathless series by Chris Fox.

A pyramid predating all known cultures appears without warning. Its discovery throws into question everything we know about the origins of mankind.

Inside lies incredible technology, proof of a culture far more advanced than our own. Something dark lurks within, eager to resume a war as old as mankind. When it is unleashed it heralds the end of our species’ reign.

A plague of werewolves spreads across the world. A sunspot larger than anything in recorded history begins to grow. Yet both pale in comparison to the true threat, the evil the werewolves were created to fight.

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Tropes appearing in No Such Thing As Werewolves:

  • All Myths Are True: Werewolves are real, and the Egyptian Gods are real.
  • Ancient Artifact: The pyramid housing The Mother. It's so old even she doesn't know who built it.
  • Back from the Dead: If you're successfully infected by the virus, you'll die and then be resurrected.
  • Cool Shades: Yuri is always wearing a pair of mirrored shades. Justified since they double as an Augmented Reality HUD.
  • Made of Iron: Yuri gets pummeled more than anyone else, including having a leg torn off, and lives.
  • Mega-Corp: Mohn Corps has multiple shell corporations it controls.
  • Mentor Occupational Hazard: Ahiga goes to a fight he knows he can't win so he can buy time for everyone else to escape.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: Werewolves are caused by a genetically modified virus, and the powers granted differ based on the host's sex. They also come with a handy voice in your head.
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  • Really 700 Years Old: The Mother is more than 25,000 years old, but looks like a teenager or very young adult.
  • Scientifically Understandable Sorcery: The Shaping abilities of male werewolves are accomplished through the use of signals or genetic modification.
  • Shadow Walker: One of the abilities unique to female werewolves is the ability to hide and move in shadows to avoid being seen or detected.

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