House of Wolves (2020)

House of Wolves Matt Bronleewe House of Wolves In the twelfth century Henry the Lion collected the rarest relics in Christendom And to protect his most precious acquisitions he encoded the whereabouts in a gorgeous illuminated manuscript called
  • Title: House of Wolves
  • Author: Matt Bronleewe
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  • Page: 180
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House of Wolves Matt Bronleewe In the twelfth century, Henry the Lion collected the rarest relics in Christendom And to protect his most precious acquisitions, he encoded the whereabouts in a gorgeous illuminated manuscript called The Gospels of Henry the Lion The manuscript has been showing up and disappearing ever since No one knows where the relic has been hidden or its ultimate power OnlyIn the twelfth century, Henry the Lion collected the rarest relics in Christendom And to protect his most precious acquisitions, he encoded the whereabouts in a gorgeous illuminated manuscript called The Gospels of Henry the Lion The manuscript has been showing up and disappearing ever since No one knows where the relic has been hidden or its ultimate power Only one man holds the key to the mystery And if August Adams can t decode the secret in time, the world s balance of power will forever be altered.
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  1. Michelle

    House of Wolves was amazing I loved the fact that the author used fact and fables regarding Hitler s obsession with relics to come up with one dynamic tale Only I wouldn t recommend getting attached to some of the characters as they tended to get picked off by the killers along the way This novel sort of reminds me of Relentless by Robin Parrish or Germ by Robert Liparulo in that it is fast paced and there is a serious manhunt going on with many casualties and a lot of gruesome stuff done with k [...]

  2. April Erwin

    I have been anxiously awaiting this book from the get go After Illuminated, I knew that I d found a new favorite author Matt has an amazing style quick paced and spellbinding House of Wolves was all that I hoped for In fact, I think it might even be nail biting than the first I m not sure what his secret is, but his ability to blend little known historical facts with danger, intrigue and humor is phenomenal Yes, I did say humor, because August has a great sense of humor I would tell you , but h [...]

  3. Nora St Laurent

    Watch Out Indiana Jones Lovers August Adams is Here A mysterious book with a dangerous secret An evil brotherhood out to conquer the world One man stands between themwith his family in the balance.In the twelfth century, Henry the Lion collected the rarest relics in Christendom And to protect his most precious acquisitions, he encoded the whereabouts in a gorgeous illuminated manuscript called The Gospels of Henry The Lion.The manuscript has been showing up and disappearing ever since No one kno [...]

  4. C.J. Darlington

    We first met rare book scout August Adams in Matt Bronleewe s novel Illuminated A purloined Gutenberg Bible sent Adams and his family on the adventure of a lifetime Now he s back in House of Wolves, and the rare book du jour is The Gospels of Henry the Lion Like in Illuminated, this book is real, too Published in 1188, the title actually sold for 12 million in 1983 No one knows for sure who bought it at the Sotheby auction a camouflaged military plane was sent from Berlin to collect it , but Mat [...]

  5. Enoch

    So I was really looking for a good popcorn book to read on a flight between NH and Utah I saw this book in the bookstore and figured what the heck On the whole the book isn t horrible, it just wasn t great.It sells itself as a Indiana Jones meets National Treasure type of thriller However, it seems to almost be made up of happenstance instead of deliberate action There is the occasional misdirection and red herring in the book, but the ending and final reveal seem a little too contrived.The secr [...]

  6. Sherry Carter

    I read The Illuminator, the first in the August Adams series, and thoroughly enjoyed it I enjoyed House of Wolves even It can be read as a stand alone book but the familiarity with be characters and the backstory made it even entertaining August Adams is given an ancient book from the 12th century, The Gospels of Henry the Lion The book has a mysterious power and the race is on to see if August and cohorts can keep it from falling into the hands of a cult that hopes to use it dominate the worl [...]

  7. Meadow Frisbie

    This book centers, again, on August Adams A rare book dealer making his name in the books industry When a rare book comes into his hands, the Black Velhm are close behind A secret orginization that does not have a hard time killing all those in its way This book was almost scary good do to the historicle facts in it The back of the book tells what is true and false The one thing I didn t like was EVERY couple pages someone would pull a gun on someone, or a knive, or die was a never ending action [...]

  8. Victoria Matta

    This book is very much a suspense thriller meets fantasy type of book The author bases the characters entire purpose on relics from tales that may or may not be true in their world One dissatisfying thing about this book is that the characters seem to all die or disappear very quickly, making me wonder what their purpose in the novel was to begin with While this may be the case, by the time I closed this book, I understood why each action happened, and overall, this book was amazing I would reco [...]

  9. Margaret Chind

    This August Adams Adventure is a step up from the first one and I cannot wait for This is a book that will do well in all markets, Christian or not Non stop action all the way through, with just a hint of romance The adventurous journey that one takes with the Adams family through this book is one of a kind with the excitement levels of Indiana Jones and think International National Treasure I really liked this one, I would get into details, but really I do not want to give anything away, so al [...]

  10. Sean Leas

    Heavily influenced by such fares as Indiana Jones and National Treasure, Matt Bronleewe s August Adam s series is a fast paced action thriller that is very satisfying Some of the plot twists were quite obvious and the quirky nature of some of the character s invoked some eye rolling gestures from time to time but were quite entertaining nonetheless This type of book isn t normally my cup of tea, but since it was a gift I had a good time with it and would recommend it to anyone looking for some w [...]

  11. Mark A Powell

    Book collector turned adventurer August Adams returns for a second outing, and while the body count is high, there s never any doubt about who s going to survive or the inevitable outcome Bronleewe is growing as a writer, making the dialogue feel less forced and allowing suspense to build in some of the subplots It s a nice step in the right direction, and Bronleewe should continue to work on his craft, but he s not quite there yet.

  12. Darren Watson

    A good read Like his other book, Illuminated, it reminds me of the movie National Treasure The story centers on August Adams, a rare book dealer, as he fights the Black Vehm by using a one of a kind book called the Gospels of Henry the Lion.The book is fast paced with a few twists thrown in to make it interesting.I would recommend this book It has some violence and bloodshed, but very little bad language, so it could be good for a church library or high schooler.

  13. Brian Hoffmeyer

    National Treasure meets Dr JonesIt is nice to pick up a book every once and a while and be unable to put it down House of Wolves is one of these treasures Think of Nicholas Cage s character and Indiana Jones combined and you have August Adams The next adventures of August Adam s continue at breakneck speed until the thrilling ending with a twist.ahhbut that would be telling Buy the book to find out

  14. Steve Stanley

    This was a cool read I read really slow, and this book read fast for me Its very much in the vein of Indiana Jones, but not so much to be a straight up rip off The characters were cool and the concept was pretty cool too.Unfortunately, I didn t realize that Illuminated was the first book and this was the second I ll try to go back and read Illuminated first Its definitely not a challenging book, which is nice between some tough reads.

  15. Dock Hoilman

    Another excellent book from Matt Bronleewe A great adventure in the line of National Treasure or Raiders of the Lost Ark While it s a very good story with good Biblical references, I was hoping for a little as a lesson to be learned Nonetheless, it s highly recommended for just a fun book

  16. Gail Strickland

    I think I know why this book was on the bargain table Not a bad premiseNazis again up to nefarious deedsbut unbelievable situations involving not one but two rare book dealers, an 11 year old boy, and the boy s mother who s the ex of one of the dealers.Not bad entertainment for a Saturday afternoon, although I must say The Masters had exciting moments.

  17. Jason Duncan

    Just as good as the first, titled Illuminated the continuing story of August Adams keeps up the pace and intrigue throughout the chapters.Looking forward to getting my hands on the next adventure Man Of Action.

  18. Megan

    WOW I loved Illuminated But House of Wolves is even better This book had me from Chapter Zero Matt Bronleewe just seems to improve I can t wait for his next book Definately want to own these.

  19. Sharon

    Not as interesting as his first book Illuminated Though also based on real societies and research, there wasn t as much technical interpretation of the manuscripts which was one of the coolest things about the first book.

  20. Alexis Roy

    I love any kind of story, fiction or non fiction, relating to secret societies This book picked up within the first 5 pages and did not let up until the last page One of the best I ve read in a long time

  21. Psychmamma

    I rounded up, because I d really give this two and a half stars While it kept me remotely interested, it lacked.mething Depth of plot Character development I really didn t feel very invested or attached Intrigue Not sure, but not on my recommend list.

  22. Bethany Mustafa

    This has been on my shelf for a while and I have to say I did not expect a lot from it, but it was much better than expected.

  23. Cheryl

    House of Wolves is a fast paced book sometimes a bit too fast Some details are dropped off in the action or loose ends left untied Decent entertainment.

  24. Damaris Pandora

    As with the first book, lots of interesting history My favorite part not a spoiler is the author s notes where he writes about his inspiration for the characters based on historical figures.

  25. Nick Woodall

    Matt s books would make great movies a rare manuscript, Nazi s, Antartica, and a wild chase to culminate the mystery What else could you ask for in a thriller

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