Best wolf/werewolf books you've read?

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

Post by 7KodaWolf7 » Sun Aug 28, 2016 4:13 pm

I adore the Nightshade series. :wolf:
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Re: Best wolf/werewolf books you've read?

Post by Harmonie 780 » Sun Dec 04, 2016 10:55 pm

I think the best wolf book I've read so far is Firstborn by Tor Seidler. The story is really good, though its not very realistic in some aspects but I would still definitely recommend it. It happens mostly in Yellowstone (or around it) and the pack is kind of a rag-tag group of wolves who eventually learn to deal with each other, some more than others though. Its told through Maggie the magpie, and her adventures with a wolf called Blue Boy and his pack.

Another book I have but have yet to read is "The hidden life of Wolves" By National Geographic. I've only skimmed through it so far (sadly time to read is hard to come by :( ) and its a little outdated because they use terms like alpha and beta and such to describe the pack they're following, which is the Sawtooth pack. Its very interesting though from the small pieces I've read, and the pictures are fantastic. There's also a lot about wolf life, pups, wolves' re-introduction to Yellowstone, almost everything you could think of. I would recommend it if you were interested in learning more about wolves and their daily lives.

Happy reading yall! :wolf:

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