Watch Wolf (Wolves of the Beyond #3)
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
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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 ...more
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 ...more
Overall, enjoyable read, though it felt repetitive a few times (the constant mention of marrow, though I realized by the end of the book ...more
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 ...more
First off, this is by far the best book of the series so far. However, it's not because of the plot involving Faolan, the main wolf we are supposed to care about. I found the story of his friend, Edme,to be far more interesting.
Born in a clan of wolves known to be brutal, Edme finds out she wasn't born with her eye missing at all. Since only deformed wolves are considered to be chosen as a part of the honorable upp ...more
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 ...more
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, ...more
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 ...more
Faolan, who was a wolf born with a twisted paw and raised by a grizzly bear mother, finds the conflict between them ...more
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 ...more
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 ...more
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 ....it's not bad stuff; I just think ...more
Jumping wolves do appear, which - only by thinking about it - makes me roll my eyes.
A lot of little things annoyed me. Faolan acted like a little bear cub (or the cub seemed older than he was?). All in all I don't li ...more
I knocked it down a star. I was thinking about the developing story arc, guessing where it could be going, and looked my suspicions up. I was hoping I was wrong, but I wasn't. I am not happy with reincarnation stories. sigh...
This series is enjoyable and hard to put down, good thing they are a quick read. We liked this one much better than the first two, probably because there was more development in the story arc of the series. I liked some of the messages, like understanding of the re ...more
She was born June 24, 1944, and grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is married to Christopher Knight, with whom she lives in Massachusetts.
Book 15, The War of ...more