Publish date: March 27th 2008
Publisher: Penguin Press
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Asian Literature
, Chinese Literature
Read it years ago in Chinese. The story & writing is amazing and the message of environmentalism & humanism is nice. In the last part there is a long controversial semi-nationalist rant that can be read as endorsement of social Darwinism & is often called out as fascist by western leftists & liberal...
As Chen Zhen looked through the telescope from his hiding place in the snow cave, he saw the steely gaze of a Mongolian grassland wolf.Ugh - and far too long but I did make it through to the end, which is why it's 2 not 1 star
It’s a shame because my mother spent $15 on this book thinking it would appeal to me, and I hoped it would, too. I hate to think of that $15 when considering whether or not to give up on this book. Why should I rake myself over the coals about abandoning this book when I gave up on, for example, Uly...
OK, yesterday I finished it. I have to give it 5 stars, but I really NEED someone to answer one question. Did the author really raise a wolf cub? This is the one thing that is terrible about historical fiction - being unsure what exactly is fiction and what is not. I know that this has no real signi...
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