Wolf Pack

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Tundra Books, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 182 pages
6 Reviews
Finalists for the 2005 Aurora Award – Best Long-Form Work in English category.

After a devastating forest fire, a ranger discovers a litter of wolf cubs. He and his wife soon learn that they are no ordinary wolves. They are both animal and human. Although the young ones try to fit into the human world, their true nature makes the challenges of being teenagers all the more difficult.

When one of the pack is kidnapped, the others must draw on both sides of their nature – human and wolf – to find the cunning, the strength, and the courage it takes to rescue her.

Edo van Belkom has created unlikely but compelling heroes in a book that is by turns funny, frightening, and always entertaining.

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User Review  - mavinger - LibraryThing

This book was a rather simple take on a werewolf story but I do believe it would be an entertaining and engaging book for reluctant readers. The "damsel-in-distress" aspect of the book would seem to ... Read full review

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User Review  - NorthernStar - LibraryThing

I was sent this book through LibraryThing's Member Giveaway program. It is a werewolf story intended for a teen audience. I found it an enjoyable, though short, book. Set in central British Columbia ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Bram Stoker and Aurora Award-winner Edo van Belkom is the author of over 200 stories of horror, science fiction, fantasy, and mystery. As an editor, he has four anthologies to his credit that include two books for young adults, Be Afraid! (A Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book of the Year finalist) and Be Very Afraid! (An Aurora Award winner — Best Work in English). Born in Toronto, van Belkom graduated from York University, then worked as a daily newspaper sports and police reporter before becoming a full-time writer. Edo van Belkom lives in Brampton, Ontario, with his wife Roberta and son Luke.

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