Thursday, December 21, 2017

Spirit Wolf


As they waited there, Nash asked, “What makes him mean like that?”

“I don’t know, son,” Uriah said. “All I know is that he is what he is. We have enough to do worrying about what we are.”

This solid novel from Gary Svee concerns a winter bounty hunt for a wolf of some renown that has been wreaking havoc in the region.

It is a tale of survival and, more importantly, of a father and son bonding and giving room to allow the son to grow up in the midst of the hunt for this semi-fabled animal.

The tale has a satisfying stick-to-your ribs quality about it that makes for some fine winter reading.

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