A Wolf to Remember vs The Wolves of Time

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A Wolf to Remember vs The Wolves of Time

Post by pawnee » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:41 pm

Firstly, A Wolf to Remember is by a young teen living in Canada and The Wolves of Time is by an older amn in Europe. But I bought both books and I found them very similar; for instance each lone wolf is called a vagrant and has certain rules about looking back at a old pack. Both deal with a wolf being called to serve her/his gods and become something far greater than any wolf while being harassed by human beings. Both novels also take place in the distant future of a corrupt civilization. While both seemed similar, I liked A Wolf To remember far better. The animal acts like an animal while retaining a human like character and she can actually communicate with the super naturaul. I found The Wolves of Time rather borring, and the wolves were like people in a soap opera. William`s wolves also swore, went crazy and took advantage of each other which destroys any animalistic nature the author intended his characters to retain. any comments about either book?
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Re: A Wolf to Remember vs The Wolves of Time

Post by Blindseer » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:43 pm

umm... where did you buy them?
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Re: A Wolf to Remember vs The Wolves of Time

Post by pawnee » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:54 pm

In Canada search Chapters.ca, in America search Amazon.com. They are there but A wolf to remember is the lesser known one.
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