Wolf's Blood

Wolf's Blood

by Jane Lindskold

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BN ID: 2940162012221
Publisher: Obsidian Tiger Books
Publication date: 05/04/2018
Series: Firekeeper Saga , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 112,995
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Jane Lindskold is the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of over twenty-five novels and seventy-some short stories. She lives in New Mexico, where she is always working on a story.

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Wolf's Blood (Wolf Series) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved the whole series. I was just over half way through the book, and couldn't put it down! I started reading around lunchtime, and ended up going to bed after I finished it...sometime after 3 or 4 in the morning!! I am really sad to see it end, but I guess it had to eventually. So long, Firekeeper!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this entire series of books, when I read the last page of the this book I was like okay, now when does the next one come out, and I was sooooo very disapointed to find out that she would not be finishing it, I do know that if you liked this series that she will be coming out with a new one I think sometime this November, called Thirteen Orphans, so it should be good, I am going to try and read the rest of her books. This is a nostop, action packed series. Go pick it up today, you won't be sorry!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is my all-time favorite in the series, and the series is my favorite also, so you can see how great this book must be. I bought it when it first came out, for $30!! and I don't regret a cent of it! This was a tantalizing read sure to quench any reader's thirst for a newer, if stranger, book. Firekeeper is surely that, the strangest wolf in human's clothing I've ever heard of, and the Meddler and Blind Seer's rivalry over this strange Little Two-Legs has finally built up enough to implode! And just as an army from misguided Old Worlders try to take back the nexus islands, Firekeeper and Blind Seer go to find the source, and cure, for querinalo, the mysterious sickness of the Old World that 'burns down the wick' of all magical ability, or seriously injures the one who gets this horrid disease/curse. A truly wonderful book that I encourage any fantasy/romance-lover to read. I only wish there were more books related to it to read afterwards, and mourn the end of this spectacular series. A truly entertaining book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I realized this book was going to be the last in the series, I was equally stunned (wait, you mean it actually ends?!) and incredibly worried (what if she ends it on a note I don't like!!!) But I found my worries were unnecessary, because the book ended on such a satisfying note, it made me want to go back and just re-read the entire series again and again!!! Lindskold is an amazing author, and as depressed as I am to see my favorite series of all time come to an end, I am equally pleased that this author has created a simply spell-binding series, from the first page to the last, that I can still enjoy for years to come!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The sixth installment for the Firekeeper Saga was every bit as suspense-filled and imaginative as the previous books, but somehow it didn't inspire as much captivation or the feeling of discovery as did the 1st, 2nd,4th, and 5th books. It was more of a continuation of the 5th book a'finishing touch' more than a whole work which could be read independently. Although there were new characters and points of interests (as there always were in each book), I didn't really feel like Lindskold had a new IDEA for the 6th. It was almost as if she wasn't quite sure what else to do with the characters. I admit to being slightly disappointed, especially with the conclusion for Firekeeper and Blind Seer. In 6th book their relationship lacked progress, and had a predictable flavor to it. I wish she would have taken it a bit further, or perhaps in a new direction? I have some complaints, but I ultimately enjoyed the book and I am sorry to see the end of this series. The character and position of Firekeeper, once Tamara Gardener/Hunter, really touched the part of my heart that belongs to fantasy and magic, yet she taught me about living for reality too. P.S. The Meddler's love interest was a nice twist. Kudos for J. Lindskold.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The plague that eradicated the sorcerers who ruled the Old World was contained by the magical gates to this one realm only. That is until now when Firekeeper and her allies inadvertently open the gates between the Old and New Worlds. The plague arrives in the New World and begins the devastation of magic practitioners.----------------- While leaders of government and commerce want more gates opened as they foresee an economic boom, the mages want the deadly to them portals shut. As the nations of the New World are divided with civil war imminent Firekeeper, feeling guilt and fear, searches for the first case of the plague in the hope to destroy it.-------------------- Raised by wolves, Firekeeper is a terrific lead character as she knows she must stop what she wrought, but has doubts she is capable of succeeding yet steps into ¿hell for her heavenly cause¿. That is the spin that makes this complex fantasy so good as the heroine believes in her cause while so many others oppose her position as trade between both sides of the gates mean economic boom (think contractors in Iraq). Though newcomers would be better off starting with the first Wolf book (see WOLF¿S EYES) and working through the remainder of the saga, long time fans will take immense delight in the climax as Jane Lindskold provides a strong finish to a fabulous series.------------- Harriet Klausner
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