The grand finale of the Wolf Brother series by million-copy-selling Michelle Paver. Wolf is swept out to Sea and hunted by an ice demon bent on eating his souls.
Michelle Paver was born in central Africa but came to England as a child. After gaining a degree in Biochemistry at Oxford University, she was a partner at a City law firm, until she gave that up to write full time. She is the author of the bestselling, award-winning series that began with Wolf Brother. The series has sold over 3 million copies in 36 territories, with acclaimed audio editions read by Ian McKellen. Wolfbane is the final book in the series. Like the others it can be read as a standalone story. michellepaver.com wolfbrother.com https://www.reddit.com/r/Wolf_Brother/ Twitter: @MichellePaver
Michelle Paver's Wolf Brother series has been, and remains, a
touch-stone for so many young readers: beautifully drawn and
heart-thumpingly exciting, it deserves its title of modern
*Phil Earle, author of When the Sky Falls*
Michelle Paver's Wolf Brother series is the reason I'm a children's bookseller. The legendary tale of Torak and Wolf, brimming with mythology and the magic of an earlier time, has been a companion through my young and adult life
*Steve Bundy, Waterstones Arndale Centre Manchester*
Conjures with complete conviction a historical, fantastical and sometimes brutal world
A wonderful, immersive, and moving story. I feel like I have been on a journey to a place I almost remember. I don't know how Michelle recreates such a feeling of place and character and at the same time transports you on every page through layers and layers of time
*Hilary McKay, author of The Swallows' Flight*
PRAISE FOR MICHELLE PAVER: 'It transports us a long way from the here and now' Sunday Times Children's Book of the Week, on Skin Taker. 'Michelle Paver is a writer of extraordinary talent. I was enthralled, from start to finish. The storytelling was every bit as vivid and immersive as I remembered... Michelle is in a league of her own with this series and what luck for us all that she hasn't finished with Torak, Renn and Wolf's world yet' Abi Elphinstone, author of Rumblestar, on Viper's Daughter. 'What rich, dazzling, immersive storytelling. The landscape was so bright the light left me blinking, the details as sharp as a carved bone needle... The best book I have read this year by a country mile. (By a wild arctic length of many wolf lopes, I suppose I should say)'
*Hilary McKay, author of The Skylarks' War, on Viper's Daughter*