“The Frenzy Way is an awesome blend of police procedural and bloody werewolf action. It’s easily Lamberson’s best novel—and I loved his first two!”
~ Jeff Strand, Bram Stoker Award-Nominated Author of Pressure and Dweller (December 2009)
“A werewolf serial killer whodunit with real teeth, The Frenzy Way is a razor-sharp read from beginning to end. Lamberson’s tale is a police procedural, werewolf historical, good old-fashioned monster movie mash up, a winning mix to be sure, but what really makes the narrative shine are its deft characterizations. Even the tiniest bit players seem alive, vital, a crucial part of the puzzle, making this wild-in-the-streets werewolf hunt all the more tense. Highly recommended.”
~ Michael Louis Calvillo, Bram Stoker Award-Nominated author of I Will Rise and As Fate Would Have It (December 2009)
“The Frenzy Way is a grinning, snapping chainsaw of a novel, so grab some heavy gloves and eye protection and hang on for a fast, fun ride.”
~Jeff Jacobson, Author of Wormfood (December 2009)
“From the opening paragraph, Greg Lamberson’s The Frenzy Way sinks its long, dark claws into you, refusing to release you until your shaking fingers have turned the very last page. There is a chilling seduction to the intelligent, gritty crime noir style in which this distinctive take on the werewolf myth is delivered that is exquisitely terrifying, breathtakingly harsh, and beautifully brutal. The Frenzy Way is horror at its absolute best!”
~ Gabrielle S. Faust, Author of Eternal Vigilance (December 2009)
“. . . combines popular werewolf legends with American Indian myths to produce a delightfully gory horror novel. . . . A solid addition to werewolf literature.”
~ Library Journal
"If living in NYC wasn't scary enough, imagine how scary it would be if it were teeming with bloodthirsty werewolves. That's the premise behind the menacing new police procedural that's absolutely thick with character development, intelligent dialogue, and a remarkably fresh take on lycanthropes. It will have you double-checking your doors and windows on the next full moon."
~ Last Chance Lance, "The Grim Reader," Rue Morgue
“The Frenzy Way is a rip-roaring, bloody-good time that you'll read in a sitting or two. Don't miss it.”
~ Nick Cato, Antibacterial Pope (4/8/2010)
“. . . absolutely thick with character development, intelligent dialogue, and a remarkably fresh take on lycanthropes. It will have you double-checking your doors and windows on the next full moon.”
~ Last Chance Lance, Rue Morgue (April 2010)
“. . . Lamberson’s knack for furiously fast-paced action and the building terror of the graphic and increasingly sexualized murders combine in a surprisingly compelling read for horror fans with strong stomachs.”
~ Publishers Weekly (April 2010)
“Wow. Just wow. The Frenzy Way might prove one of the most significant pieces of lycanthrope literature in years.”
~ Radiation-Scarred Reviews, (April 24, 2010)
“Fast-paced, bloody, sexy, and brutal, this is Lamberson at his best."
~ Scott A. Johnson, Dread Central (April 2010)
“The author of Johnny Gruesome and Personal Demons puts forward a fresh examination of lycanthropes and offers readers something brand new. . . .
The Frenzy Way is definitely a cut above other werewolf novels."
~ Derek Clendening, Dark Scribe Magazine (May 31, 2010)
“Lamberson provides rich characterization and a multilayered plot along with the obligatory gore. Together with a few speculative flourishes about werewolves’ shape-shifting origins, Lamberson’s clever plot twists make this a nice little werewolf yarn—relief, as it were, from the current glut of vampire fiction.”
~ Carl Hay, Booklist (June 2010)
"Leaving the oversaturated vampire and zombie genres in the dust, Lamberson delves into the world of werewolves in an NYPD horror-thriller with the feel of an 80s splatter film. . . .
The Frenzy Way is a fast-paced, fun read for gorehounds and horror fanatics.
~ Madeleine Koestner, HorrorYearBook.com (June 1, 2010)
"The narrative in The Frenzy Way is gutsy. Gregory Lamberson kills off some likeable and admirable characters and incorporates much information, factual as well as fabricated. His book’s title refers to a ritual which enables humans to walk in animal form. Possessing spirited action scenes and distinctive dialogue, the novel penetrates the psyche of a terrorist and comprehends the psychology of terror. It’s like taking a savagely wild walk—in animal form."
~ Sheila Merritt, Hellnotes.com (June 2010)
“. . . Lamberson provides rich characterization and a multilayered plot along with the obligatory gore.”
~ Carl Hays, Booklist, (June 2010)
“The key to Gregory Lamberson’s terrific police procedural horror novel is that he makes his Manhattan seem genuine even with a supernatural species hiding in the shadows, as the older audience will be reminded of the panic during the Son of Sam serial killings.”
~ Harriet Klausner, Independnt Reviewer (June 2010)
“Lamberson makes it very apparent that he's in charge of the story and that it doesn't merely evolve into something formulaic. Instead, the writer turns every convention on its head and gives you something breathtakingly fresh and new.”
~ Colum McKnight, Paperback Horror (July 27, 2010)
“With a strong culture to enhance the existence of the otherworldly race and a serial killer stalking and exterminating them, fans will relish a read down the wild side of The Frenzy Way.”
~ Harriet Klausner, Independent Reviewer (August 2010)
“Filled with violence and winking paperback-potboiler thrills, The Frenzy Way is a ton of briskly paced, loopy (as in garou) fun.”
~ Chris Alexander, Fangoria (September 2010)
“For a while, I thought I was watching a movie and not reading a novel, because it was so vivid. The Frenzy Way is a must read for horror fans and action fans alike.”
~ Chris Welch, Elder Signs Press (October 2010)
“The Frenzy Way is completely enthralling. The book shifts from frightening, gruesome, sexy, and suspenseful seamlessly.”
~ Meli Yoroshiku, Destroy The Brain! (October 2010)
“Gregory Lamberson roars back from last year’s celebrated Stoker nominee Johnny Gruesome with an equally hard-rocking heart stopper, The Frenzy Way. . . . Magnificently crafted, The Frenzy Way screams across the pages with pitch-perfect characterization and plotting, not to mention some exquisitely well-done graphic gore.
~ Countgore.com (January 2011)