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Grayheart (Wolfwalker)

3.95 of 5 stars 3.95  ·  rating details  ·  306 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Rezsia was a city girl, unequipped to face the dangers of the wilderness. Although she was a wolfwalker, her telepathic link with the wolves was too new to give her the strength and experience she needed to survive in the forest. Then the elders asked her to investigate a series of strange deaths, and what started out as a straightforward task became a de
Paperback, 339 pages
Published June 30th 1996 by Del Rey Books
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The fourth Wolfwalker book written, but the last in the storyline chronologically. I remember when I first read it how happy I was with a new Wolfwalker book! A bit sad Dion and Hishn weren't in it, but considering I had been a bit disappointed with their story in the 3rd book I was ok. So I was delighted to discover this centered on Dion and Aranur's granddaughter, very new wolf walker Rezsia! It was also the first book that made me realize the series was science fiction as this is the most sci ...more
I liked it, but it has proved to be not exactly a good entry point into the series. There's a lot a left out which I assume I would have known if I had read the first novel(s) in the series but so had work out over the course of the story which made for a slow, at times confusing read.
Still an interesting take on a SF/Fantasy theme and compared to todays writings it's a delight to have a heroine who's not some mysteriously chosen know it all, but a young girl, well young woman actually, but her
Andrea Baker
line is amazing and the details are so wonderful you feel like your actually there!
They were such great stories when I was a young girl that I reread them as an adult!
human animal pairing, on a psychological connection between a young girl and her wolf in attempt to help her world... this is a great series.
This is a VERY good book. All of Tara K. Harper's books are very good.
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