Wolf Cry Paperback – 6 Aug 2009
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Meanwhile her father is returning, with a slave in tow for Theydis known as 'the blue man,' Enno. This story is about love , family, sacrifice and friendship, and will know doubt be eagerly read by fans of Golding's work. Personally I prefer Cat from the Cat Royal books, but this was still a very enjoyable read.
Wolf Cry explores the relationship between various ethnic groups and a stranger from afar who happens to be a black man. He becomes a central character in the plot. After reading the book it should help young people for whom it is intended to think about the stereotyping of races and individuals.
The adventure story element moves along at an exciting pace. The book deserves reading to the end with its challenging conclusion.
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Although this book is aimed at young teenagers I was hooked from the start. The characters are so strong and she introduces a side to the Viking's I've never seen before in... Read morePublished on 9 Feb. 2012 by valkyrie1008
Julia Golding is a competent, even good writer, but that does not compensate for her obvious ignorance about the culture and places she writes about in this book. Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2010 by P. Cross