Wolf Brother

The first episode in Michelle Paver’s riveting saga of suspense and primal magic, set 6000 years ago. In Torak’s shadow-world of snow, forests, bears and shamanic rituals, life is harsh and fragile. When his father, Fa the mage, dies of mortal wounds from a spirit-possessed bear, his dying words bind Torak to a quest. He must seek and find the mythical Mountain of the World Spirit, who will give him the strength to defeat the demonic beast. Can a wolf cub bring him the luck he needs to complete his quest and face this killer of men?

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    at first i did not understand BUT THAN I loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5 December 2018

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    This book is a magical, adventurous type. So much description it makes your mind build up the picture.

    7 December 2014

  • I guess this book isn’t to bad. Although it does drag along a bit. I’ve almost finished it and it still hasn’t got to main part. Would not recomend because it might waste your time. but good descriptions and you have a clear picture in your head on what everything looks like. :\

    13 March 2014

  • I thought this book was a bit boring, there was too much detail.

    9 March 2014

  • I think this book waffled on a bit so I couldn’t really enjoy it.

    20 February 2014

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    Michelle Paver

    Michelle Paver is author of the fantastic Chronicles of Ancient Darkness books.


    Michelle Paver won the 2010 Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize for Ghost Hunter.

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