Wagner, the Wehr-Wolf by REYNOLDS, George W. M.

Wagner is a poor, lonely old shepherd living on the edge of the Black Forest. In a devil’s pact he gains youth and wealth for the price of transforming into a ravenous wolf once a month. This book contains everything from murder, kidnap, robbery, sadistic nuns and lust to war in sixteenth century Italy. Originally published in a serialised form, this penny dreadful is definitely not a piece of fine literature, but is hopefully entertaining.



This book contains racial and other prejudices that were once commonplace. They are retained, as originally written in this recording, because to do otherwise would be to deny they existed. – Summary by clarinetcarrot
This title is avalable for free download at: www.librivox.org.

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