Amie Rose Rotruck
Wolf: The Journey Homeby 'Asta Bowen
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When Marta, a wolf mother, and her pups are displaced by a group of well-meaning naturalists, it sets into motion a heroic journey marked by excitement, peril, and sometimes tragedy. From high in the Canadian Rockies, the wolves travel from one adventure to the next, struggling to make their way back to their home hunting grounds.
A work of fiction based on fact, Marta's story is vividly drawn, taking readers deep into the brutal hardships, sudden moments of elation, and constant struggle to survive that is a wolf's world. Warmly captured, deeply moving, and unsparingly realistic, 'Asta Bowen has crafted an unforgettable novel that joins the ranks of The Call of the Wild and Born Free.
About the Author
'Asta Bowen (pronounced OWsh-ta) lives in rural Montana, where she is a contributor to Writers on the Range, the syndication service of High Country News.
Amie Rose Rotruck
- Bloomsbury USA
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Meet the Author
'Asta Bowen lives in rural Montana. She is also a contributor to Writers on the Range, the syndication service of High Country News.
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This book was really good, if a little sad, and is the story of a mother wolf and her pups after being relocated. Once moved begin to try to get back home to where they came from. This book was based off of the lives of real wolves that were being studied and because of this the wolves in the book are normal wolves. This is a very good read for anyone who loves animals, especially wolves and want to read a more natural book. Unlike many documentary's, the story is told in a very interesting way. Once you begin reading this book you won't want to stop until you know what happens to the wolves. Just a warning though, the more you love animals the more emotional you will be while reading this book. I loved it and it is one of my favorite books that don't have or need speech between the animals to make it interesting.
A great read, its just kind of a sad story