Wolf's Bane

Wolf s Bane TO TOUCH THE STARS She was Dion the Wolfwalker and through her telepathic bond with the Gray Ones she could hear the packsong and run with the wolves And now as fate ripped from her almost everythi

  • Title: Wolf's Bane
  • Author: Tara K. Harper
  • ISBN: 9780345406347
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • TO TOUCH THE STARS She was Dion the Wolfwalker, and through her telepathic bond with the Gray Ones, she could hear the packsong and run with the wolves And now, as fate ripped from her almost everything she held dear, her wolfbond became her only reason to live, for she could not deny the Call of the wolves to help them Driven by the need of the Gray Ones, she would seeTO TOUCH THE STARS She was Dion the Wolfwalker, and through her telepathic bond with the Gray Ones, she could hear the packsong and run with the wolves And now, as fate ripped from her almost everything she held dear, her wolfbond became her only reason to live, for she could not deny the Call of the wolves to help them Driven by the need of the Gray Ones, she would seek out and confront the mysterious beings of the sky the ones who had once brought death to the world In eight hundred years, no human had survived that contact But Dion could not avoid it Only by facing the aliens could she save herself and the future of the wolves

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    1. Tara K. Harper's Wolfwalker series is among the best science fiction I've ever read. I love her characters, the unique world she's created, and the story lines she's developed. Wolf's Bane, however, does not at all live up to the rest of the books in the series.I found this book to be unnecessarily brutal. Bad things kept happening one after another, to the point that I felt it was put in more for shock value than anything else. Had there been longer breaks in between the horrible parts, it migh [...]

    2. I really wanted to like this book, I really did. I truly enjoyed books 1-3 but this one as others have said, after the traumas Dion's been through, if she was suffering from PTSD, that'd be understandable. Maybe it's just that you go from Dion being mostly ok in book 3 to someone who basically seems to be suffering, without much, if any, lead up and without enough of her going through it in her life, outside of stressful situations. Or maybe it's just that we don't ever really get any of the tra [...]

    3. My feelings about this Wolfwalker tale are a bit mixed. I both enjoyed the story (damn there's a lot of danger going on there!), but at the same time found it to be a bit too split, not focused enough And don't get me started on that comic-y cover which seems childish compared to the elegant Dion from the first books, and she's 15 years older here!Was nice meeting Aranur and Dion again 15 years later, and with kids! Hishn as well Story continues in the next book. If I remember correctly the two [...]

    4. out of all of her books this is my least favorite. I read to continue the series. but I found it to be choppy. and it seemed to me at this point the author is just tormenting one of her best characters.

    5. human animal pairing, on a psychological connection between a young girl and her wolf in attempt to help her world this is a great series.

    6. It sounded like it would be an interesting book, but I just didn't care much for it. This could be as I've not read the other books in the series as this is the only one the library had.

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