“Lamberson’s third and final Frenzy Cycle installment (after The Frenzy War) is an engrossing tale that can stand on its own… The story unfolds smoothly, and, while some unwieldy characters never come alive, the plot is riveting.
“In the third novel in the Frenzy Cycle, New York cop tony Mace is still trying to come to terms with the shocking revelations of the first two books in the series (in which Tony discovered that peaceful werewolves lives among us, and then was instrumental in defeating the Brotherhood of Torquemada, which wanted to wipe out the wolves). He doesn’t really have the energy to deal with a new challenge, but, when a powerful new threat to both peaceful wolves and humans appears on the scene, Tony will risk everything to stop the evil in its tracks. The novel expands on the first two, while taking the story in a new direction; some elements of the first two books play a role, but this is more than a sequel. Fans of Lamberson’s brand of horror (which features realistic characters in fantastic situations) will definitely enjoy the book, and readers who hunger for a good werewolf tale will sink their teeth into this one.”
— David Pitt, Booklist
“Like the two novels proceeding it, The Frenzy Wolves is written at a breakneck (full pun intended) pace, is full of action and twists, and features an edge-of-your-seat scene inside an elevator shaft. And while the series ends on a satisfying note, I'm all for seeing some more from Captain Tony Mace, especially in light of some surprise developments. Fun stuff whether you’re a werewolf fan or not.”
— Nick Cato / The Horror Fiction Review
“Frenzy is the operative word in these books, as Lamberson writes with a rough pen, hammering out the monster mash action (vaguely quoting the Underworld films and Wolfen) and slamming it up against hard-boiled no-bullshit Serpico-styled cop thriller melodrama.”
—Chris Alexander, Fangoria