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I think that through the series, everyone grows. Most of them go through life-changing situations. Like at one point someone asked Renn to live with her, and that makes Torak mad. You can tell that Renn and Torak are in love. In the last book they go to explore the world with Wolf, Darkfur (wolfs mate) Pebble(Wolf and Darkfurs cub) and two ravens that play a big part, Rip, and Rek. Anyone will like this book series, it great as a love story, sorrow and adventure story. Plz make into a movie!!!
Wolf Brother is a great book that is very engrossing. It keeps readers entertained and also keeps them thinking what might happen next.
Best book ever
I recommend this book for people with ages between 8 to 14
loved it, number one on my chart.
Wolf Brother is a great book, where Torak goes on an adventure to find the mountain of the world spirit or die trying, but in order to kill the demon bear Torak has to find the three Nanowaks to give to the mountain of the world spirit.
I recomend Wolf brother for 8 years up.
It was very exciting and I loved it XD
a lover of the pack
I think its the best book series I've ever read in my life.
This book is the most amazing book you will ever read. It goes all the way to book five and you will love every minute of it. You will never want to put the book down. Its so amazing you will all love it. Every book of this series deserves an award for the best book in the world.(Wolfbrother, Spirit Walker, Soul-Eaters, Outcast, and OathBreaker).
Stone Age amazing
I just recently discovered Wolf Brother. I work at Better World Books in Mishawaka, IN and found it in the recycle bin (for 25 cents!). I'm about halfway through and I have to say I totally disagree with Jane Harrington's review. I'm 47 years old, I've been in love with fantasy/sword & sorcery/SF all my life, and I would rate Wolf Brother right up there with the best fantasy I've ever read, even with the stuff for adults. What really impresses me most about Michelle Paver is the attention to detail she puts into the story, and more, the way she brings that detail to glowing, vibrant life. It's cool enough that she hung out in forests in Finland to bring authenticity to the story, but even cooler that she translates that into an almost supernatural "feel", in Wolf Brother. It's also cool that she doesn't pull any punches about the harshness of Torak's Stone Age world. I think both kids and adults can appreciate and deeply enjoy Wolf Brother, and I highly recommend it. I can't wait to read the other books in the series.