The Feral Path (

The Feral Path ("Homeward" Collection)

by Barb Hendee, J. C. Hendee

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014740081
Publisher: Barb and J.C. Hendee /
Publication date: 06/02/2012
Series: Tales from the world of the Noble Dead Saga
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 965,307
File size: 581 KB

About the Author

Barb & J.C. live south of Portland, Oregon, and about a hour from the coast. Barb's fiction has appeared in numerous genre magazines and anthologies. JC's poetry, non-fiction, and short fiction have also appeared in many genre publications. Although they have worked together as a writing team from their earliest days, the series/phases and books of the Noble Dead saga are their first novel-length collaborations starting in 2003. Both are ex-academics with masters in English, have worked academia as well as the private sector, and have taught multiple workshops, classes, and seminars related to fiction writing inside and outside of academia.

Barb is also the author of the "Vampire Memories" series available at all major book vendors.

Series/Phase 1: Dhampir, Thief of Lives, Sister of the Dead, Traitor to the Blood, Rebel Fay, Child of a Dead God
Series/Phase 2: In Shade and Shadow, Through Stone and Sea, Of Truth and Beasts
Series/Phase 3: Between Their Worlds, The Dog in the Dark, and more to come

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The Feral Path ("Homeward" Collection) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the second of the "Tales" that I have read and I think this one was just as good as the first. Once again we get to see side characters from the main novel, before they've encountered our main characters. As I said about the last "Tales" story, I think these are definitely more appreciated by those who are already fans of the series. That doesn't mean those unfamiliar with the series won't enjoy them, but it's hard to understand the broad scope of the series world through just these short stories. I would say though, that the "Tales" are a good starting point for someone who is interested in reading the entire Noble Dead series. It offers a nice small taste, without committing to a full novel. Plus three of the "Tales" take place before Dhampir even starts, so for those who like chronology, these would definitely be a good place to start.
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kelron More than 1 year ago
Nice short story giveing background to some minor players in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago