Wolf-Speaker (Immortals, #2)
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 13th 1997
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 281
Edition language: English
Series: The Immortals (#2)
I think I'd have loved this book when I was eight (well, if the book had existed when I was eight, which it didn't). As it is, now that I'm 38, it's really a tad too simplistic, too straightforward, with everything just being too easy for Daine - yes, in spite of all those struggles we got to see, t...
I think I set my bar so high for this series from the first book that this book was inevitably a letdown. I loved the first book. I loved being introduced to all the characters, I loved learning about Daine's "wild magic" and her journey into self-discovery. Even the lengthy and confusing battle at ...
Okay, so this book was kinda like somebody threw a brick at my head or something. It just wasn't very . . . interesting? I don't know if it's because this is the first of Pierce's books where a million different plots weren't happening all at once, so she just had the one to concentrate on, or becau...
I liked this a lot. Maybe not as much as the first one--the ending felt a little too easy to achieve, and I'm frustrated that Daine still doesn't know who her father is even though it's been confirmed for the reader. But it was still delightful, and I loved getting to know the pack, and Tkaa, and th...
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