Wolfwalker

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Ballantine Books, 1990 - Fiction - 310 pages
11 Reviews
Dion was a healer and a wolfwalker, and the unique telepathic bond that she shared with the wolf Gray Hishn sometimes seemed to amplify her sensitivity to her patients. But she never guessed how strong that bond could be, or what kind of power it could wield, until she found herself lost in the wilderness, with angry slavers at her heels and war on the horizon. Suddenly she and her fellow travelers were fighting for their lives in the snowy winter wastes, where the wolves were their only guides, the greatest secret of the ancients their only salvation...and Dion their only hope to survive.

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Review: Wolfwalker (Wolfwalker #1)

User Review  - Aelvana - Goodreads

I'd picked this one up at the booksale and was looking forward to reading it. The action started strong and never let up, the author wasn't afraid to kill off main characters, and the wolves were very ... Read full review

Review: Wolfwalker (Wolfwalker #1)

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

I've had a few of the books from this series sitting around for years. I just could never sit through them. Well, I finally forced myself through the first one and it wasn't bad, but it just didn't ... Read full review

About the author (1990)

Tara K. Harper graduated from the University of Oregon, then went into high-tech, where she worked in the area of R&D test-and-measurements. Active in community service, she teaches creative writing in alternative schools, trains youth in wilderness skills, and serves on the board of directors for a youth treatment center. A martial artist for many years, Harper also hikes, kayaks, sails, and is active in outdoor sports. She also cooks, paints in watercolors and oils, sculpts in stone, plays the violin, and composes music.

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