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Best wolf/werewolf books you've read?

Post by Myarru » Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:50 pm

After reading the Shiver trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater, which was one of the reasons that got me back into WolfQuest, I couldn't stop reading wolf related books. If you haven't read this series, I HIGHLY suggest you do. Its a great series.

So anyways, whats your favorite wolf related book? Maybe give a short preview on what it is about? (:
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Post by Katemarie123 » Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:01 pm

I have read some of the wolves of the beyond and I really liked it.Sorry that my comment was short but I am a wolf lover and I will try out that book.
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Post by Myarru » Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:34 pm

Katemarie123 wrote:I have read some of the wolves of the beyond and I really liked it.Sorry that my comment was short but I am a wolf lover and I will try out that book.
I have heard of Wolves of the Beyond before. I'm starting to read Cry Wolf (Alpha & Omega Novel #1) and Bitten (Women of the Other World #1). Cry Wolf seems to be a little more on the fantasy side, so far, and a little far fetched. While Bitten seems to be at a even pace and on more 'realistic' terms (despite it being a werewolf book).

I don't know enough about each book to say enough about it...I took a break from reading it and will probably start back up when school starts.
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Post by MistyWolf10101 » Mon May 26, 2014 6:11 am

Myarru wrote:After reading the Shiver trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater, which was one of the reasons that got me back into WolfQuest, I couldn't stop reading wolf related books. If you haven't read this series, I HIGHLY suggest you do. Its a great series.

So anyways, whats your favorite wolf related book? Maybe give a short preview on what it is about? (:
I am reading Wolves of the Beyond right now. I've read all the books except the last one, because it's never at my library! Actually, those books are the reason I play WolfQuest, I heard about it from the author Kathryn Lasky's website because she said she played this game to research for her wolf books.
Oh, anyway these books are about an abandoned wolf pup who was raised by a grizzly bear. It's really good. :mrgreen:
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Post by alethe » Mon May 26, 2014 6:26 am

I read both Shiver and Wolves of the Beyond. Both were very good books. I also liked the classic ones like White Fang and Call of the Wild.


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Post by Keytone » Mon May 26, 2014 6:44 am

I've read all 3 of the Wolves Of Mercy Falls books by Maggie Stiefvater, and I enjoyed them. I'm not particularly interested in reading any more wolf books, though.
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Post by GoldenTrigger » Sat Jul 19, 2014 5:56 am

Shiver, Linger and Forever - a trilogy by Maggie Stiefvater. I read it last summer.
Here's what it's about:
http://maggiestiefvater.com/the-shiver-trilogy/
I've enjoyed the books although the style is a little different from the other fantasy books I've read. As much as I can remember, the books are more focused on the character's emotions than on the actual story.

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Re: Best wolf/werewolf books you've read?

Post by Nordue » Wed Jul 23, 2014 5:25 pm

  • Oh gosh, the only werewolf book I have ever read is the Goosebumps one about that boy who find a "lost dog". That might be a bad thing.

    Oh wait: Twilight... :shock:

    I like looking at the annual Werewolf Calendars made on DA though, by various artists. But they aren't technically books.

    I read various wolf comics on DA, but hardly any of them are completed. And sometimes its only for lulz reasons. Not that I can talk, because I would never be able to sit down and make a comic!

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Post by alethe » Wed Jul 23, 2014 7:38 pm

Tonbei wrote:
  • I read various wolf comics on DA, but hardly any of them are completed. And sometimes its only for lulz reasons. Not that I can talk, because I would never be able to sit down and make a comic!
Same, I'm mainly reading Off-White for the lulz right now. It has fantastic art, but the plot is really predictable.


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Post by Nordue » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:39 pm

river6 wrote:
Tonbei wrote:
  • I read various wolf comics on DA, but hardly any of them are completed. And sometimes its only for lulz reasons. Not that I can talk, because I would never be able to sit down and make a comic!
Same, I'm mainly reading Off-White for the lulz right now. It has fantastic art, but the plot is really predictable.
  • What do you think will happen river :o?

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Post by alethe » Mon Jul 28, 2014 8:20 pm

I'm fairly sure that it will have to do with the ending of the world. XD


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Post by iIida » Wed Aug 27, 2014 10:19 am

I don't read the books, but I only read history books and manga. The history not found in writings of the wolves.. I know one manga-series who shows/tell about white wolf's story. It name is "Fang" by Yoshihiro Takahashi (who invented the Ginga-series).

I just have this frist finnish version.

Another manga which I own is "Kuinka susi kesytetään?" (It's means "How to tame a wolf?). And although this name is similar to wolves, wolf will not tell you.. I don't know is this manga-serie published in english version.

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Post by Coryn 2 » Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:16 pm

Oh, I have read so many, I will give you the few that come to mind
Wolves of the Beyond- by Kathryn Lasky
Summer of the Wolves- by Polly Carlson-Voiles (person POV)
The Dog with Golden Eyes-by Frances Wilbur (more little kiddish)
And one I found on my nook and I am in the middle of
Wolf Quest- by Dalanie Beach (Just like RP in a book but so much better)
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Re: Best wolf/werewolf books you've read?

Post by DreamerDay » Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:19 pm

There's a ton, especially in Wattpad.

Though, one specifically is Rejected and Pregnant With Alphas Baby. It's a pretty good book; a few cursing and descriptions parts of rated R but still good.

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