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Wolf Moon

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

    Great Fantasy Read

    Although this book is found in the Young Adult section, de Lint is a great fantasy writer for all ages and this is true of his book, Wolf Moon. While some fantasy books by other writers are mixed in with Romance, this book has enough of romance, action and lots of fantasy to keep anyone entertained. I truly enjoyed reading this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2005

    Pretty good

    The book itself was very detailed and showed a lot of emotions- which is Great! I enjoyed the book very much. I thought it was well thought of and just a good book to read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2004

    Impressed

    I walked by this book at least three different days before considering it, because I didn't expect much from it. But I was impressed. If you enjoyed his 'Riddle of the Wren,' which I favor some over this, you'll more likely that not enjoy this one as well. Werewolf Kern comes across a place in a setting not unlike where 'Riddle' begins. Like in 'Riddle,' there's a nice girl with some change in her life waiting for her, which comes with lonely Kern and the decitful harper. Kern hasn't had a place to trust or feel at home with since before his change came. And that harper, as you'll find, a person from myth, wants nothing more than to make sure all Kern comes to care for are hurt along the way of hurting Kern, if successing, his final suffering.

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