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by Nicolette McKenzie, Katherine Rundell
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Twirling Book Princess
Twirling Book Princess rated it 4 years ago
This was absolutely stunning, beautiful. It transported me to a cold, wolf-filled country. A country full of adventure, bad guys, but also hope and beauty. I am not going to write a super long review, I want people to explore this book on their own, find out all the secrets, experience all the adven...
The Flutterby Room
The Flutterby Room rated it 4 years ago
THE WOLF WILDER by Katherine Rundell reads like a Russian fairy tale. It tells the story of Feodora and her mother, they live in the snowbound woods of Russia. Feo’s mother is a wolf wilder, so Feo has grown up with wolves and has learnt to be wary of humans. So when soldiers from the Tsar arrive wi...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
I absolutely loved this novel. I tore through these pages like a mad woman. As I slammed the novel shut each time something horrific or startling moved me, my husband would ask, “What happened to the wolves now?” I was enchanted by this story. Mesmerized by the bond between Feo and the wolves, I was...
VariousAwesomes
VariousAwesomes rated it 5 years ago
Great children's novel. Great characters, well-written, and the wolves are well-researched. The plot and worldbuilding is simplistic and doesn't hold up to scrutiny, but that's to be expected with this intended age group. -Lyr YAY WOLVES!!! :D PLEASE MORE?? -Sophie
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 14 years ago
"Once upon a time there was a dark and stormy girl..." Feo is fierce and impetuous and I love this girl so much. This is little red ridinghood needed: the wolves are on her side. Like Lyra Silvertongue she can be a bit much, but that's because I was brought up be a good girl, and much harm it has d...
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