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The Wolf Wilder Paperback – 8 Sep 2016
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A triumph! Exciting, moving, highly original, fierce, completely convincing (Philip Pullman)
The Wolf Wilder has everything: it's a truly compelling read; it's beautifully written; it's totally original and yet has the familiar feel of an established classic (Jacqueline Wilson)
The most exciting new children's novel for a decade . [Rundell] is a master storyteller in the Philip Pullman category (Amanda Craig The Independent)
Wolves, snow and a heroine worthy of comparison to Lyra Belacqua. It's no mean feat to follow a novel as lauded as Rooftoppers, but Rundell has done it in great style (Editor's Choice 20th March 2015 The Bookseller, Children's Special)
This is glorious. A haunting, fast-paced snowy adventure with another superb gutsy heroine told in Rundell's beautiful and witty style (A Case for Books http://bit.ly/1cUOzEG)
The Wolf Wilder is the kind of novel that reminds you why books are worth reading and life is worth living (Lauren St John)
The Wolf Wilder is Katherine Rundell's best book yet - precise, magical and wise - it's a story that will stay with you for a long time after you've read it. I absolutely loved it (Sarah Crossan)
A gorgeous flight of imagination set in a snowy Russian fantasy world, this has both the beauty and the fierce, funny and uncompromising storytelling style that sets Katherine Rundell's books apart. The Wolf Wilder is a Fabergé egg of a novel - rich, bright and perfect (Robin Stevens)
Just finished [the] sparkling, biting, deep-furred, snow-layered, paintbox bright The Wolf Wilder. Absolutely loved it. Gorgeous (Hilary McKay)
Come for the magical storytelling, stay for the breathtaking prose: a new Katherine Rundell novel is always a cause for celebration. The Wolf Wilder is, in a word, extraordinary (Katherine Applegate)
The hero of Katherine Rundell's new book may be young and small, but Feo has a spirit as wild and dauntless as that of the wolves she cares for. I don't know whether this irresistible force of nature and the colourful gang of waifs drawn to her had an actual hand in starting the Russian Revolution, but Rundell convinced me that they did. The Wolf Wilder is chilling (quite literally!) and thrilling from start to finish (Tor Seidler, author of Mean Margaret and Firstborn)
A much anticipated new novel from the award-winning author of Rooftoppers, Katherine Rundell. Told with brilliant imagination and a unique voice, this is a modern children's classic in the makingSee all Product description
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Top Customer Reviews
I thoroughly enjoyed this atmospheric 'Fairy Tale' from start to end. It's beautifully written and illustratrated, the characters are well developed and I love the fact it has references to Lenin and Russia's historical past. I'm an adult and reading 5 shortlisted books, and so far this is my favourite by far. Thank you!
From the first chapter, I held my heart in my hands and I couldn't let it go until the very end of the book. Such an emotional journey. No one has made me cry as much as this, since Patrick Ness's Manchee in The Knife of Never Letting Go.
I really enjoyed the Russian setting. I love reading about other countries and cultures and Rundell really brings it too life. I'd never head of a wolf wilder before and now I find myself wanting to learn more about them.
I loved Feo like she was one of my own. She was strong and feisty. There were elements within her that I could see in myself. Just like Feo, I like the quietness, the space and time alone and I felt Feo's happiness when she was with the animals she loved best.
But Feo's life isn't happy for long and it felt like life was continually shooting bullets for her to dodge.
The setting for this book is written in such detail, you can almost feel the ice and snow under your fingertips.
I loved Rundell's writing style. There is a magical quality to her voice. It is brimming with passion and fire as Feo strives to save her mother and her beloved wolves.
A passionate book that shows you how strong the love of an animal can truly be. Definitely one I will be recommending widely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book couldn't be better if she tryed. I realy recommend this bok to people who love action adventure. The best book ever. <3 :DPublished 5 days ago by R. S
The fierce love of family, wolves and nature comes through the story, told through the eyes of a courageous little girl, Feo. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Giulietta
When I first started reading this book I thought it was Feo was living a peaceful life and that it would go on like that, but the amount of adventures she had was unimaginable!Published 3 months ago by A S.
This is one of the first YA books I read & had prompted me to continue reading YA. A beautiful tale about how it's not a bad thing to be different.Published 3 months ago by Jules
Bought for my daughter who says it is a beautiful and enchanting book. ' Makes you want to run away to live in a Russian forest with wolves...'Published 3 months ago by B. Seed
I was excited about this book as I had enjoyed Rooftoppers so much - and I'm glad I read it. Katherine Rundell weaves an innocent tale with such wisdom and ferocity that it is hard... Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Russell