The Pack by Jason Starr

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Simon Burns is unemployed and on the verge of divorce. And he’s never felt better.
Simon Burns' strained marriage gets pushed to the limit when he loses his job and reluctantly takes on the role of stay-at-home dad for his three-year-old son.
Then he meets a tight-knit trio of other dads whose strength and confidence lure him into their mix. Now, after a crazy night out with the guys, Simon has an insatiable appetite for life—for running through the woods of Central Park, making love to his wife, and downing meal after meal of rich, tender meat. 
It seems that when Michael welcomed him to “the pack,” he was talking about more than male bonding…

About Jason Starr

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Jason Starr was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He now lives in Manhattan and is currently writing the sequel to The Pack.
Published June 7, 2011 by Ace. 354 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Book Reporter

I didn’t put the book down until some several hours later after I finished reading the last page --- transported, stunned, riveted, and hoping that the second installment will be out next week.

Aug 04 2011 | Read Full Review of The Pack

Kings River Life

That all being said, it’s definitely not a bad book by any means, the author’s writing style is extremely well done, and as a summer read it’s really good.

Sep 03 2011 | Read Full Review of The Pack

Starburst Magazine

But then come the terrible visions and flashbacks of a wild animal tearing a man to pieces - shortly followed by news of his former boss torn to shreds by what’s presumed to be a wolf - halfway across the State on the same night Simon woke up naked and out in the open.

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Entertainment Focus

You don’t care for Olivia in the way that you do Simon and for the majority of the book she’s a sex-hungry business woman that you feel really should learn a bit of self-respect.

Apr 25 2012 | Read Full Review of The Pack

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