Wolf Hunting

Wolf Hunting

by Jane Lindskold
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Wolf Hunting 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book got off to a very slow start. I've read all Ms. Lindskold's books and have enjoyed them all. This one was no exception, even with the slow start. I look forward to read the next in the series.
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I enjoyed the book. The way it was written and the way the characters acted towards one another.
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Follows him
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bilewis More than 1 year ago
Series takes a new direction. Interesting and leaves one waiting for the next
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of my favorite books in the series. I absolutely love the tragic tale of someone stuck between two worlds that are completely different, and recommend this to any fantasy and/or animal lovers who can appreciate this romantic fantasy in all its glory. I truly hope that many will come to love this book just as I have!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I seriously could not put this book down. I had it with me when I ate, I had it with me while I worked and, yes, I even had it with me while I bathed. Jane Lindskold writes in a way that absolutely captivates the reader, drawing them fully into the story, surrounding them in a world that holds a plethora of surprises. Her imagery is so keen that I see every little detail of her world in my mind¿s eye, from the colour of Derian Carter¿s hair to the wild battles that they must fight. In this installment of the Firekeeper series Lindskold continues to develop the increasingly intriguing story arc that has been going on through each of her novels. Magic and the Old World, which were only mentioned with disgust in the first installment of the series, now begins to take an increasingly important role in the lives of Firekeeper and our friends. While the book can stand on its own, I would highly recommend reading the first four books so you can completely understand all of the undertones and references this one has. Lindskold¿s characters are seamless and completely relatable, even though they may be a wolf, a feral child and a carter¿s son. At times I find myself more interested in the character development than the actual story, but that is not a bad thing in the least. Her characters are so well developed that they actually seem like real people, like one day I could wake up and Derian Carter would be walking down the street. I find myself relating most with Derian Carter, not only because we share the same name, but because he is a completely real character, going through the trials and tribulations of a regular man when he isn't involving himself in political issues. If Lindskold suddenly decided to end her current plot and simply write about the characters lives, I could honestly say that I would not mind. In this installment, without giving too much away, we get a visit from a few old friends, a disease that threatens the life of our protagonists, and a transformation that will leave Lindskold¿s readers shocked. The final installment of this series will be a bittersweet read for me. On the one hand I am incredibly anxious to see how she concludes her story arc and to witness the final developments of her characters. On the other hand, I will be devastated to know that it is the end of the line. Lindskold¿s plot and characters are so gripping that it will be like saying goodbye to good friends when I turn the final page. Wolf Hunting has been one of my favourite installments of this incredible series and I would recommend it to anybody, even if you are not a fantasy lover.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I haven't read this one yet, but the others are amazing! And, if you read what the critics said, I have a correction: It's spelled Derian, and he's from Hawk Haven, not Liglim! But I love these books with a passion!
Guest More than 1 year ago
it was a grand book and well worth the read i cant wait for the next!
harstan More than 1 year ago
The jaguar oracle Truth sends a message to Firekeeper, the female raised by wolves, to help her regain her sanity lost in a recent battle (WOLF CAPTURED). Though her wolf developed senses warn her not to go and keep avoiding danger, Firekeeper also has a feral inquisitiveness that overwhelms her internal alarm system. She cannot resist the lure of Truth's quest. Her wolf companion Blind Seer is at her side as his her new collaborator, Darian Carter of Liglim on the journey to bring Truth back to her senses. However, the trek proves odd and dangerous as the trio also must first find out how to remove the voice inside the oracle¿s head if they are to bring her back her senses, but to achieve the former requires that they learn who has manifested inside Truth¿s brain and are they manipulating the oracle and Firekeeeper and her allies.----- The fifth Firekeeper Wolf tale is the best of a solid fantasy series due to a thrilling action-packed straightforward (less subplots) story line with much more enchanting interrelationships between humans and wise animals. The heroine continues to learn though she feels more comfortable still with her wolf friends. Fans of Jane Lindskold will appreciate this strong saga that can stand alone though is enhanced by having read the previous quartet so that one can understand the world better and to see how far Firekeeper has come in her human venture.---- Harriet Klausner