Gray Wolf (Legends of Ansu, #2)

Gray Wolf (Legends of Ansu, #2)

by J.W. Webb

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Legends of Ansu: Book 2

Child of destiny and pawn of the gods

When his parents are murdered and his sister taken by raiders, Corin an Fol's world crashes in on him. Wild and willful, he joins the elite Wolf Regiment but swiftly falls foul of its swordmaster, the brutal Taskala.

The regiment becomes embroiled in a vicious civil war between the sultan of Permio and rebel tribesmen. Corin, caught in the treacherous power play between rival factions and corrupt leaders, struggles to survive. Torn between his quest for vengeance and growing hatred for the sadistic Taskala, Corin has to intervene when the woman he loves becomes the latest target of Taskala's wrath.

Gray Wolf is the first of five spellbinding fantasy novels featuring Corin an Fol, a man chosen by the gods to walk a dark path. The novel is approximately 220 pages in length.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156115464
Publisher: J.W. Webb
Publication date: 06/26/2017
Series: Legends of Ansu , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 18,237
File size: 7 MB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What does revenge mean anyhow? In a novel entitled 'Gray Wolf: A Legend of Ansu Fantasy' is a story of medival revenge mixed with love, war, family and so many emotions that one must learn to deal and work with while living life. 'Gray Wolf' is a story of Corin an Fol and his journey as a warrior in a 'Wolf' pack in so many words. Corin has to deal with his own feelings along with all the people he meets along the way to fulfill what he needs to do. J.W. Webb has written a novel full of description and action. A story of friends and enemies that at times the reader was not sure which at times to the end of the book. 'Gray Wolf' is a novel full of graphic scenes that the author even uses a little foul language but this actually adds to the scenes when these various words were added to make more authentic to the times so to speak. 'Gray Wolf' reminds the reader of various other novels of this genre, for example, a more adult version of a mix of 'Lord of the Rings' and 'Narnia Chronicles'.