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Watch Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond #3)

4.32 of 5 stars 4.32  ·  rating details  ·  1,922 ratings  ·  69 reviews
A wolf's eye view of the legends of Ga'Hoole in this stirring third installment of the Wolves of Beyond series by bestselling author Kathryn Lasky.

Born with a twisted paw, Faolan was abandoned as a wolf pup and left to die. But not only did he survive and make it back to the wolf clan, he proved himself to be one of the most worthy wolves of all.

But just as Faolan is abou

Paperback, School market edition, 230 pages
Published September 2011 by Scholastic, Inc. (first published 2011)
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Steven R. McEvoy
This book continues directly upon book three Shadow Wolf. Folan and Edme have first been sent on a quest. They must go to the place of their tummfraw, their abandonment before they became gnaw wolves. But shortly after their arrival at the ring of fire and start their training, things seem off.

Kathryn Lasky is an amazing storyteller. The Hoolian world that she has created that is shared by the owls, wolves and bears of the beyond, has captured the imagination of people around the world. In this
Great book! Just love Faolan. He's so innocent and loyal. He's quick to defend his friends and is always eager to learn.

Also, the Namara MacNamara's speech in chapter twenty two was awesome. MacNamara is my favorite wolf clan. I'm so happy that they got their revenge on the MacHeaths. However I since that the MacHeaths are not finished with their dirty work. Heep is still out their somewhere.... There are many wolf enemies at work in The Outermost. I would predict that they will soon attack and
Alyssa D'angelo
Great book but the description is TOTALLY off... A fellow watch wolf is NOT kidnapped by a bear starting a war... A bear cub is kidnapped by a wolf to start a war... That's what the description SHOULD read...
Lori Schiele
SAME REVIEW AS BOOK ONE and TWO of this YA series about wolves.

The Wolves of the Beyond trilogy is a spin-off by the author of the Guardians of the Ga'Hoole -- the YA series, and also a motion picture, about owls of the Beyond. Watch Wolf is Book three of this newer series: Wolves of the Beyond.
Although written for a young adult audience, I still enjoyed most of it (although my vast knowledge of wolves kept pointing out the wrongs and rights about the book).
I found the series interesting tale
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Stephanie Bibb
First off, I'll start by mentioning I haven't read any of the other books in this series or the related series. I picked this up because it looked interesting, and ended up reading it in a day for fun. Not my usual fare, I went in knowing this was for a younger audience, though I used to read books like Warriors and The Sight, and this is what it reminded me of.

Overall, enjoyable read, though it felt repetitive a few times (the constant mention of marrow, though I realized by the end of the book
Nov 12, 2014 Lynnzl rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Young kids only, maybe wolf lovers
Recommended to Lynnzl by: Wolf lovers
Faolan now is a Watch Wolf: he's one of the many wolves to look after a sacred crystal, which is kept inside a volcanic area. But war is about to come when a bear cub gets touched by a wolf (which is blasphemous, apparently) and the bears march to war.

The characters are still as dull as before. The only good charcter from the previous books doesn't even appear in this one. What a bummer.
The story is a bit cool, I must say. Finally we at least get some real war, and the volcanic cave setting is
Robert Murray
I thought the plot and the setup was great, but there is a few flaws. What happens is that Faolan and his friend Edme are new recruits of the watch of the sacred ring of volcanoes. When they are about to go to the ring Edme visits her clan the MacHeaths, while there she finds out the grim truth about something I will not spoil, angry, she proclaims that she is now a free runner, or in other words, a lone wolf. Angered by losing the chance of ruling the ring the leader of the clan trys to start a ...more
Feb 14, 2014 Devyn rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: to adults that crave fiction
Recommended to Devyn by: I found it in the liberary
The Wolfes of Beyond is an action based book . Where two wovles ,Faolan and Endma have a race against time to find a pack of wolves that have kidnapped a baby cub.Causing the peace between Wolves and Bears to erode away. If they aren't abill to recreive the baby cub. If they cant there home would be demolitioned by the bears.

As Faolan and,Endma make there way to a volcanoe where they were told the cub was being held.On there jurney they cross dangrous rivers,forest,and,caves .Truging through the
Andrew Thomas
Feb 14, 2014 Andrew Thomas rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Aults that love fiction
Recommended to Andrew by: nobody found in liberary
Wolves of the Beyond is a book where two wolves have to travel through dangerous,forest,caves and,rivers.The Wolves and the Bears have been in peace for over a hundred years.Until a clan of Wolves kidnapped a cub hloding the bear until war stars.

If war happens the Bears would wipe out the Woves when they attack.The two wolves have to race aginst time making there way to the evil clan. when they find the cub stoping the ectingtion of there kind in that part of there world.Containing action,advent
In the previous book, Faolan was undoubtedly the hero of the story. In this one, Edme really steps forward as a major character. She is so unlike other MacHeaths as well as other wolves of the Beyond – cheerful and kind despite all the sorrow she suffered, and yet she is strong and brave enough to deny the rule of MacHeaths. It’s no wonder that Edme becomes my favorite character, a brave daughter of a brave mother. I also thought that the story of two more MacHeath she-wolves, Katria and Airmead ...more
S’il y a bien une chose qui m’horripile, ce sont les quatrièmes de couverture mensongers ! Quand il s’agit de promouvoir un ouvrage en enjolivant les choses, je peux encore le comprendre. Mais quand le résumé est totalement à côté de la plaque parce que celui qui l’a écrit n’a, de toute évidence, pas pris la peine de lire le livre qu’il résume, c’est impardonnable ! Ne vous y fiez donc pas, aucun loup ne se fait enlever dans ce troisième volet des aventures de Faolan, c’est d’un ourson qu’il s’a ...more
Nina Marasco
In the third book of the Wolves of Beyond series, "Watch Wolf", the author Kathryn Lasky writes about the Gnaw Wolf , Faolan, who is now a Watch Wolf of the Ring of Scared Volcanoes. A bear cub has been snatched by a confused wolf and upsets the peace between the bears and the wolves. The bears are ready for revenge on the innocent wolves, which must fight back or face their doom.

Faolan, who was a wolf born with a twisted paw and raised by a grizzly bear mother, finds the conflict between them
Logan Vandewettering
Logan VandeWettering
4th Hour
December 11, 2012
Independent Novel Review

Finding yourself and who you are, how do we do that? Sometimes it’s just sitting down and thinking of what kind of person you are. Other times you have to take a journey to figure it out. That is what Faolan did in the book Wolves of the Beyond Watch Wolf by Kathryn Lasky.
Faolan is doing this same type a thing. He was separated from his mother early on in the series and never saw her since. He has gone through a journey to
Jul 08, 2013 Dolly rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: children starting to read longer chapter books
This is the third book in the Wolves of the Beyond series by Kathryn Lasky.

Our oldest picked up Lone Wolf, the first book of the series, at our local library and thought she'd check it out. I'm sure she selected it because she really likes wolves. She has become enthralled with the series and has started to read the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series, too.

She really likes these stories and is excited to read more of the books in the series. It's a quick read, and while the drama is a bit predictable,
Ian Berry
I thought that this book was easily one of the stronger books in this series, in terms of the stories speed. One main reason this book was so excellent was because the story "kicked off" right from the start, and because hit the main charecter(s) with their origins being a lie, mainly Edme. There are parts in this series that I far too redundant, such as them emphisizing the fact that Faolan had the second milk giver of a bear. Edme, on the other hand, was a mystery because she was a new charect ...more
Karen Huang
After I read this book, i think this was a pretty good book, this book was more interesting than I hoped it would be. The most interesting parts were when Faolan entered the sacred ring of volcanoes and learned how to do tricks, along with Edme, It was interesting how detailed the author, Katheryn Lasky described how they flew into the air and landed. Felt like I was there, doing the exact same thing. I'm looking forward to the rest of the books!
Faolan, what a neat name. Anyways, I think there is something special about him. Special-cool not incompitent "special". He leaps really high, and then there's the swirly design in his paw. He knows things he shouldn't, and can foretell things, something like that.

This book is "smashing", yes I know weird terminology, with Kathryn's other series about owls Guardians of Ga'Hoole .

I love the intelligence of Faolan, and his way of thinkings. Great series! Perfect "G" raiting.

The last few lines were
I found myself astounded as I got to the end of this book and found an author's acknowledgement page starting that she 'borrowed' the climatic war speech in the end of her story...from a real-life speech recorded during war time. I have never seen the like in a kid's book before. I don't know about anyone else, but to me this says, "I'm not imaginative enough to write my own dialog, so I'll just take a speech from someone else and change the words a bit for my story." I can't imagine what the au ...more
Grace Cuenca
This book was so good. One thing that I liked was that it was not first person and there were many points of views. You could see what was going on all over the Beyond. This book spoke of a betrayal that could have destroyed all the animals of the beyond. It also had an aura of treachery and when Faolan was reunited with his mother Morag. The main message of this book seemed to be that anyone could make a difference even if they are just a low-ranking gnaw wolf. The source of all the commotion ...more
Erin Tessel
Faolan is the main protaginst of the books.

Faolan and his friend Edme are new Wolves of the Watch, but in the Beyond a war is starting to brew and a bear cub has been kiddnaped by wolves, The Wolves and Bears have had Peace for hundreds of years and now things are starting to break down between the wolves and bears, Faolan's second mother was a female grizzly bear and raised him like her own, Both Faolan and Edme must find the hidden traitor that hides in the clans and save the bear cub, but if
Kate Z
Nov 08, 2012 Kate Z marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Was reading this book WITH Will, our now 7 year old. Aside from the names which are tricky for him, it's readable (though not printed in larger, wider spaced font which is still more helpful to him as a reader). He is able to "decode" almost all of the words pretty well.

However, with all of that said, I think that the subject matter, while highly interesting to him in many ways, is really too "mature" for him. Clan warfare, mutilated wolves, feminist wolves's not bad stuff; I just think
Watch Wolf will captivate you to the end. It has an interesting plot, amazing characters, and beautiful landscapes. It follows up immediately after the original books.
Awesome story i can't wait to read more of this series.I would recommend this book to people who like warriors,animals,wildlife, and more lots of fun stuff to read in these books
Chu Chuan  Wu
Although this book is really easy and I wouldn't read it for L.A. I read the book for purely fun and excitement.
Anisah Hamilton
It was sooo sweet how Faolan always protect Edme. loving!! Also a great book with great details!
Candy Guan
it was awesome!!! :) :P
Though this book was not meant for adults it is a great family book with adventure, knowledge and a feeling that everyone has a place where they belong. I hope you read this book and fall in love with the characters just like I did.
Okay I must admit I wasn't too impressed with the first half of this really seemed to slack off in interest from the first two parts of the series. But the second half was much MUCH better. It introduces Toby a young bear cub who has been snatched by the vicious MacHeath clan, and suddenly the story becomes so much better. I read the second half in one day, whereas the fist I dragged with for like 2 weeks. Haha.
Jean Tatro
Well written, well paced, and with a varied cast of characters. This one does its job of building off the previous books, and hints at the greater stories to come.

Things of note in this book - a community of disabled wolves, hints of reincarnation, and an underground railroad for abused women. All in a children's book of less than 250 pages. It makes me look at YA books and marvel.
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Kathryn Lasky is the American author of many critically acclaimed books, including several Dear America books, several Royal Diaries books, 1984 Newbery Honor winning Sugaring Time, The Night Journey, and the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series. She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her latest book, Guardians of Ga'Hoole Book 15: The War of the Ember, was released on November 1, 2008. Guardians of Gahoo ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Wolves of the Beyond (6 books)
  • Lone Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond, #1)
  • Shadow Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond, #2)
  • Frost Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond, #4)
  • Spirit Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond, #5)
  • Star Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond, #6)
The Capture (Guardians of Ga'Hoole, #1) The Journey (Guardians of Ga'Hoole, #2) The Rescue (Guardians of Ga'Hoole, #3) The Siege (Guardians of Ga'Hoole, #4) The Burning (Guardians of Ga'Hoole, #6)

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“Courage... is fear holding on just a bit longer.” 12 likes
“I will go to the Ring of Sacred Volcanoes, but I shall go not as a member of the MacHeath clan — no, I shall go as a free runner. I reject you. I deny you, I refuse and repudiate you as my clan.” 0 likes
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