Bloodling Wolf : Wolf Rampant

  • by Aimee Easterling
  • Narrated by Douglas Thornton
  • Series: Wolf Rampant
  • 0 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Bloodlings are rare shifters born in animal, rather than human, form.
Due to a chance of fate, Wolfie doesn't walk two-legged until his teenage years. Then he finds that the world looks very different after growing up as a canine.
Unfortunately, Wolfie's sibling Justin is less than thrilled to be upstaged by a bigger and stronger kid brother. When Justin resorts to bullying weaker pack members to prove his own power, Wolfie is faced with a dilemma. Can the bloodling protect his pack mates from Justin's malice? And can he ever really find acceptance in a pack despite his differences?
This short story is the beginning of the Wolf Rampant series, which continues in the novels Shiftless and Pack Princess.

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Most Helpful

A great listen on your way to work or on any ride.

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes. The story is short, but original in it's idea. No one ever tells the story of a baby werewolf.


What other book might you compare Bloodling Wolf to and why?

I can,t compare the story, because I've never read about baby werewolves.


Have you listened to any of Douglas Thornton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have never heard Douglas Thorton on audio before, but I really enjoyed the narration in this story.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes.


Any additional comments?

No.

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- Cathy

Wonderful addition to Shiftless

Wow! What a great short listen. Bloodling Wolf is Wolfie’s story. I had already read Shiftless and found this a wonderful enhancement.

Bloodling Wolf tells the story of Wolfie’s childhood and how he became alpha to a group of outcasts. Douglas Thorton with his deep resonance was an excellent choice for a narrator.

While it made me enjoy “Shiftless” from Aimee Easterling more, it is a stand alone and doesn’t need to be read first. I actually enjoyed that I had read it after.
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- Kim

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-23-2014
  • Publisher: Aimee Easterling