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SUMMARY Wolf Woman ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ï Her earliest memories are of the wolves And of the hunters who killed them and reclaimed her to human society as a slaveTanith has grown up as part of a savage plundering clan in a world ruled by brute strength superstition and animal cunning Now hated and shunned Tanith flees human socHe offers Tanith the chance to join once again with her own kind She must make her final choice of which cry to answer the wavering longing bellow of the human or the steady beating call of the wolf. This book PISSED ME OFF TO NO END Argh I can’t even BEGIN to tell you how much this book made me angry It was like getting a pair a’scissors and jabbing them into my eyes whilst dipping my lower body into boiling hot lava having my skin melt off the bone then having someone stab me multiple times in my torso whilst pouring salt into each cut Actually no IT’S WORSE THAN THAT But enough about me ranting about how much this book made me angry Let’s dive straight into the reviewSince this book is so short there was not a lot I could have said without getting some spoilers into the mix So from this point out you might not want to read if spoilers aren’t your thing I did my best to keeping it to a minimum but I still feel I gave some of it away so stop now if you don’t want to have ANY type of spoilers You have been warnedThis book is written in the perspective of Tanith a girl who was raised by wolves As an infant she was born into a clan of humans who believed if they leave their child with the wolves for a few days they would grow up with the knowledge of the wolves Be it their ways or their language those children will know it all Tanith was chosen in her clan to be that child However an enemy clan that is run by the chieftain Ahearn a mean prick who acts as if he’s caring but is really a douche attacks the wolves Tanith was staying with He kills them off and feeling remorse towards the child for he lost his own daughter when she drowned earlier on takes the baby in as his “adopted daughter”Fast forward to present times Tanith is shunned from the clan she was adopted into for not only once being from an enemy clan but of being raised by the wolves In fact they mock her constantly by referring to her as “wolf woman” Tanith doesn’t mind though She yearns to be by the wolves for they are the only ones to truly show her compassion She learns this later on when a life changing incident occurs Want to know that incident Then read the bookIn Ahearn’s clan there is only one person who treated her as one of the tribe Her name was Nolwynn wife and supposedly “only love” of Ahearn However she was gravely ill She tried to rescue her daughter from drowning and injured herself in the process In short Tanith did everything to please her and the rest of the clan in order to live in peace Unfortunately that was an impossible taskOne day a woman by the name of Morag Ahearn’s mistress Little bastard saying that he loves Nolwynn What a load of bull sends Tanith to go find some fish for dinner despite it being very late Tanith does as she’s told so as to not upset the bitch but little does she know that Morag tells Ahearn that she ran away from home He goes out searching for her getting severely injured in the process What gets on my nerves is that once Tanith returns home and explains to everyone that it wasn’t her fault but Morag’s nobody believes her and Ahearn casts her away from the villageThere was only one place left for herThe wolves They welcomed her with open arms er fangs POINT IS THEY WERE HAPPY TO HAVE HER IN THEIR PACK Ashok is the alpha wolf Shula his mate Zaal and Zeki their cubs and Kalasin is like the cubs’ caretaker His mate Raida comes along later in the book but I’ll let you read it for yourselves They weren’t as critical or condescending as the humans They loved her for her and for a long time Tanith lived happily with themUntil Gibran came along He’s her so called “love interest” Notice how I keep using uotation marks to emphasize certain things That’s because this book is so full of contradictions you just want to kill someone Or at least I do and he came to take her back to his own clan Originally Gibran is from a clan different from Ahearn They are a much peaceful lot and in order to preserve that peace they and Ahearn exchanged their sons as a treaty between them Anyway he wants to leave and go to his tribe so that Tanith and he could live happily together Sounds cute right WRONG He’s a two bit no good cheating asswipe that deserves to be shot Seriously he claims he loves her but as soon as she’s not around he’s getting laid by some other chick who wears green Hey slut That’s MY favorite color Don’t go defiling it by having it wrapped around your body Her name was Sabra by the way retarded name Anyway Tanith calls him a liar and I could say about their relationship but I feel that if I keep ranting that I might give certain things away I will say this however He blames his infidelity on being drunk and Tanith seems to be okay with that Stupid girlWell from here on out the story goes through hell I mean straight up hell So many things happen and your mind is left whirling There’s this huge fight and so much bloodshed let’s just say I hate the ending of the book It really was awful It just leaves you hurt I never want to read something this depressing ever again Watch me pick up some sad messed up book nextI swear there was nothing that amazing about this book The plot was decent could have been However all of the characters suck Well except the wolves In fact the wolves were the only good part of the book Jordan knows her wolves I was completely amazed with how well she knew the actions and the actual living conditions and one could even say the rituals of the wolves That amazed me I was so fascinated to read those parts of the book that contained new things about wolves that I never knew before Her writing style is awkward though Sometimes you would have to reread a line before you got what was being said Though that is only a minor setback You still are able to see Jordan’s immense knowledge of the wolvesAshok is the sweetest of the wolves He is so calm and gentle that you can’t help but want to put your arms around his fluffy neck Shula is a kind she wolf She watches everyone in the pack as one really would their family The two alpha wolves are so loyal to one another and affectionate that you wish humans really were like wolves Zaal and Zeki are a bundle of joy Raida is a bit on the mean side but she’s also strong and caring when she wants to be And my favorite wolf is Kalasin He’s adorable So playful yet serious so calm yet upbeat He’s the perfect balance you could ever want in a mate Man I wish I was a wolf Ahem Anyway these are the only characters in the book worth your timeUnfortunately that’s about as good as it gets The rest of the characters ARGH YOU JUST WANT TO MURDER THEM Ahearn is a bastard that lets his bitch Morag do whatever she likes Tallil the exorcist of the group is a hypocritical schmuck that forces everyone to believe the wolves are evil Hrothi the healer is another douche There's this one character that goes by the name of Camelin He's a bard that sings stories of every place he has traveled He is one of the few human characters I like He's very sweet to Tanith and I think that's awesome He does have a flw though When Tanith asks him to sings songs of how the wolves are really kind creatures he says he can't because he fears them and he can't sing songs about something he doesn't believe in It's really disappointing because I really did like himGibran okay granted he’s not as bad as the others but he’s still a jerk when it comes to loving women His reasoning for being in love with Tanith is ridiculous as well He says that he loves her for she pleases him has a nice face and is a good kisser Now if that isn’t fickle then I don’t know what isTanith as well gets on my nerves She’s not a horrible heroine but neither is she epic She takes all the crap the clan throws at her and does absolutely nothing Okay I get the fact that she is trying to prove to them that she is not evil but still Throw a punch Kick them in the nads Do SOMETHING Another thing that pisses me off about her is that she gives in to Gibran most of the time I can’t tell you how many times I screamed at the book for her to stop being an idiot Well towards the end of the book she gets wiser so that’s goodMy biggest problem aside from everything else is how they treat women in this book—as if they are objects merely meant for pleasing the man in bed I’m not a feminist or anything but that’s just really annoying I know that’s how things used to be but damn it I don’t want to read a book about it It’s just nerve wracking ACKI really really didn’t like this book It made me very upset and the ending just turned me off to the entire thing I appreciate the parts with the wolves and how educational it could be but it is so overshadowed with everything else that happens that you kind of forget it’s even there It’s a decent read but not one I would recommend to take with you everywhere you go If you like wolves and want to know a great deal about it then this book is for you If you like women being treated like dirt then this book is for you If you like stupid endings and screwed up logic then this book is for you However if all these are a turn off then STAY THE HELL AWAY FROM THIS BOOK I give it a three out of five if only in recognition of the wolves Hope you enjoyed Till my next review

Sherryl Jordan ´ 6 SUMMARY

Her earliest memories are of the wolves And of the hunters who killed them and reclaimed her to human society as a slaveTanith has grown up as part of a savage plundering clan in a world ruled by br. This book I can't even begin to say how much I love it I read it about 9 years ago when I was in middle school and It has been my favorite book ever since Now since this is a short book so I can't really say much with out it being spoilers so from this point if you haven't read it yet stop reading this and start reading the bookview spoiler Typically when I read books with love interests I will always always always want to see the together but this book was completely different In the beginning I kinda liked Gibran sure the gift he first gives her was poorly chosen in my opinion but he was trying to please her As the book progresses I grew fond of him and I liked the thought of them being together he was kind to her and showed he did care for her By the time the end came though and he let it be known how he felt about the wolves I was happy he chose to go back to the village and let her stay in peace with the wolvesNow enough about the love interest side I liked Ahearn at first when I first read it I don't know why honestly but that did not last long He chose to believe his mistress over the girl he adopted and took care of his wife day in and day out up until the second she died really dude you're going to be that much of an ass and then tell her she is an adopted daughter no I can remember sitting my science class the first time I read this book and just started bursting out in tears with the slaughter scene The book does an amazing job of getting you attached to the wolves and the relationship they have with Tanith that my heart actually broke when she found her wolves like that My teacher had to pull me out of the classroom and into the hall to try and figure out why I was crying so much she found it so funny she got my reading teacher involved xD But anyway Sherryl Jordan did an amazing job with this book This book shows wolves in the best light it doesn't portray them as evil creatures like some would have you believe it shows them as the beautiful creatures they are This book will always have a special place in my heart and will always be my favorite book hide spoiler

SUMMARY Ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Sherryl Jordan

Wolf WomanUte strength superstition and animal cunning Now hated and shunned Tanith flees human society for the humane company of wolves But the gentle son of a chief from a neighboring clan beckons her back. I read this book every couple of years It is one of my favs I find it haunting sad poignant and makes you reflect on life nature of people etc This book will always hold a special permanent place in my heart