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Coyote Run
     

Coyote Run

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by Eric Elliott Carol Wolf
 

Shannon's move to Southern California, to the home of her new stepfather and his family, becomes a nightmare when her mother is struck by a car and left in a coma. Shannon finds refuge with a boy who she learns has the power to shapeshift and to teach Shannon how as well. The excitement of her new adventures with Matt and his pack forces Shannon into choices she

Overview

Shannon's move to Southern California, to the home of her new stepfather and his family, becomes a nightmare when her mother is struck by a car and left in a coma. Shannon finds refuge with a boy who she learns has the power to shapeshift and to teach Shannon how as well. The excitement of her new adventures with Matt and his pack forces Shannon into choices she never imagined.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044538603
Publisher:
Short Fuse Publishing
Publication date:
05/16/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
681,263
File size:
498 KB
Age Range:
12 Years

Meet the Author

Eric Elliott studied acting at ACT in San Francisco and, after discovering that actors who can draw make pretty good animators, he worked in the videogame industry on such projects as Gex, Rampart, and The Mask. While animating Carol Wolf's scripts for cinematics in the Legacy of Kain series of games, he gained an appreciation for well-crafted stories, and that led to collaborating with her on two independent films. Despite meshing so well on artistic projects, Carol nevertheless maintains that Eric eats string cheese the wrong way. Carol Wolf is the author of Summoning and Binding, the first two books of the Moon Wolf Saga. She wrote the scripts for the blockbuster video games Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain, and Legacy of Kain: Defiance. Her previous collaboration with Eric Elliott was at Paw Print Studios, where between the two of them they wrote, directed, acted in, shot and edited the horror comedy The Valley of Fear, and the drama Far From the Sea. Wolf earned an MFA in Drama-Playwriting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers, and a BA in History from Mills College. Carol and Eric met when Eric played the lead in several of her plays.

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Coyote Run 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like this story! I don't want to give anything away, so I'm just going to talk about teens and coyotes. They are tough, resilient and resourceful when it comes to getting what they want. They are loud and bold one minute, silent and wary the next. They can be scruffy and unkempt, and still be cute. They love their pack, and the pack is sometimes all that matters. They will fight fiercely among themselves, and fight just as fiercely for each other. They are difficult to understand, impossible to completely control. They can leave behind an epic mess when they eat, and they eat with abandon. They sing, yelp, yip, and whine with abandon, too. And coyotes ... This story is the perfect pairing of these two wild, wonderful creatures. Read, and enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love to read books about shapshifting. The story line is good, I would like to know wht happens to everyone. Does he evere find them all again? I did like the happy ending of her getting her mom back. All in all not a bad book. L.J.B