Werewolf Storm Rising
The vivid characters created by Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) are brought back to life in this previously untold, but true account of the lives of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, Clemens original “bad boys”, as they meld boy hood whim and mischief, with an immediate coming of age horror story on the old Mississippi River.
After the “Tom Sawyer” adventure, the boys are driven to avenge the death of a friend, killed by a werewolf and who they feel responsible for. Undertaking this vengeance leads to Huck and Tom training with an experienced Dakota Indian werewolf hunter and Huck’s dangerous trek down the Mississippi River of the 1830’s.
A boy in his mid teens, forced to flee his home alone, scours the countryside to find and kill ruthless monsters, while aiding a runaway slave and facing all manner of human conflict along the way. Huck begins to understand many things on his journey down the river including; the value of every man as a human being and; that what just used to be human deserves no quarter.