Lone Wolf (#2)

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Noble, Harlan, Argus, and their sister, Tora, are werewolves. When Ranger Brock found them in the forest after a fire, he thought they were human babies. Even when he and his wife realized that the infants were part wolf, they were determined to raise them as normal children.

In Lone Wolf, a sequel to Wolf Pack, the quartet, now in their teens, face the same challenges as everyone else their age: Tora wants desperately to be chosen for the school play. Harlan, who 
is smaller than his siblings, is the victim of a bully, and Argus wants to help his little brother but knows it would humiliate him. Daily problems are pushed aside when the foursome must unite against a common enemy; an unscrupulous logging company is planning to clear-cut the woods in which they run freely – and secretly – as wolves.

By turns funny and frightening, Lone Wolf is an irresistible adventure story.

Reviews

“Fans of WOLF PACK will particularly enjoy the continuing story of the Brock family. Those new to the series will still find it easy to follow. Although not hardcore science fiction/fantasy, the rapidly shifting pace and believable characters will appeal to teen enthusiasts of this genre. The simple language is appropriate for those who may have difficulty with more complicated novels, yet the book contains enough edginess to not turn off reluctant readers. It is a recommended series for novice fantasy fans.”

VOYA

“…an action-packed sequel to WOLF PACK.”

Toronto Star

“…an enjoyable tale.”

School Library Journal

“An ideal ‘tween read.”

Rue Morgue

“LONE WOLF was written with just the right amount of humor and action […] teen readers will find the story compelling.”

Monster Librarian

“It is unusual for a sequel to be even as good as an original novel, and it’s even rarer for it to be better, but that’s the situation with LONE WOLF, the sequel to WOLF PACK. A quick, entertaining read. Highly Recommended.”

CM Magazine (University of Manitoba)

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