The Sight

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Penguin Group, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 465 pages
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In the shadow of an abandoned castle, a wolf pack seeks shelter. the she-wolf ’s pups will not be able to survive the harsh transylvanian winter. And they are being stalked by a lone wolf, Morgra, possessed of a mysterious and terrifying power known as the sight. Morgra knows that one of the pups born beneath the castle holds a key to power even stronger than her own—power that could give her control of this world and the next. but the pack she hunts will do anything to protect their own, even if it means setting in motion a battle that will involve all of nature, including the creature the wolves fear the most—Man.

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In Transylvania during the Middle Ages, a pack of wolves sets out on a perilous journey to prevent their enemy from calling upon a legendary evil one that will give her the power to control all animals. Read full review

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A beautiful work of fiction. Not only is the story overall complex and richly detailed, but so are the characters, both large and small. Every character no matter how small had a part to play. The ... Read full review

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About the author (2007)

David Clement-Davies is a journalist and travel writer. He lives in London.

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