Spirit Wolf : Wolves of the Beyond

  • by Kathryn Lasky
  • Narrated by Erik Davies
  • Series: Wolves of the Beyond
  • 5 hrs and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Faolan, a wolf once doomed to die, struggles to fufill his destiny as the leader of the wolves of beyond.
No one ever saw Faolan as a leader. Banished as a pup, he survived and returned as a gnaw wolf - the lowest member of the wolf pack. But Faolan wasn't meant to be a gnaw wolf. It's not just his strange, splayed paw, or his uncanny connection with the bears. There's something about Faolan that inspires certain wolves...and leaves others deeply suspicious.
Now, with a dangerous threat on the horizon, the pack must make a choice. Will they trust the silver outsider with the task of leading? If Faolan can't fulfill his destiny, it could be the end of the wolves of the beyond.


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Customer Reviews

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I quite enjoy the book and its series

the book has kept me on my toes and anticipation for what happens next to the 9 wolves

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- Isaac


For every end, there is a new beginning. This is what Spirit Wolf felt like to me. With everything that happens throughout the plot, and with everything that changes, it seems as though Kathryn Lasky has concluded the first leg of Faolan & company's journey, while at the same time, clearing the slate, so to speak, for the upcoming installments of the series. A lot of loose ends get tied up in this story, as do a lot of questions get answered, but at the same time, like any good story series, new questions arise and plot twists thicken.

The pacing of the story was one of the best in the series thus far, in my opinion, yet for how much occured within the pages of the story, it felt like the story arc didn't progress quite as much as I would have expected. Still, the experience was most enjoyable, the writing very well done as usual, and as always, I can't wait to read what happens next. Definitely worth a read, especially if you enjoyed the previous four installments of this series.

Erik Davies does his usual narrative, which is great most of the time, yet still could be a little better. No major complaints from me though.

*gives two paws up*
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- KiarasMate

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-01-2012
  • Publisher: Scholastic Audio