By Edo Van Belkom
(Tundra Books, Paperback, 9780887768194, 160pp.)
Publication Date: October 14, 2008
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In this eagerly awaited sequel to the critically acclaimed Wolf Pack, Lone Wolf, and Cry Wolf, author Edo van Belkom once again takes the reader to the mysterious world of wolves and werewolves. A near fight-to-the-death between Argus and a wild wolf might have saved a little girl’s life, but it has also created something new and very, very deadly. Fully recovered, the wild wolf now returns in Wolf Man as a savage werewolf bent on terrorizing the town of Redstone and taking what it needs to feed itself and its hungry pack. When a mountain man’s pet dog and livestock are viciously murdered, he convinces the town to take up arms to defend themselves against a pack of killer wolves. But along with guns comes trouble, and although Ranger Brock forbids the pack from running through the forest, it isn’t long before someone is shot.
Now it is up to the ranger and members of the wolf pack to save a dying wolf and restore calm before any more blood is spilled or someone ends up dead. Will they succeed?
Silver Birch, Bram Stoker, and Aurora Award-winner Edo van Belkom is the author of more than thirty books, including the thrilling young adult novels in the Wolf Pack series: Wolf Pack, Lone Wolf, and Cry Wolf. He is also the editor of several anthologies, including two created especially for younger readers, Be Afraid!, a Canadian Library Association Young Adult Book of the Year finalist, and its sequel, Be Very Afraid! In addition, van Belkom has published more than 200 short stories of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mystery. He lives in Brampton, Ontario, with his wife and son.
Praise for Wolf Pack:
“A page-turner for kids 8—12.” — The Toronto Star
Praise for Lone Wolf:
“A quick, entertaining read. Highly Recommended.” — CM Magazine
Praise for Cry Wolf:
“Cry Wolf is a fast-paced and straightforward read, which will appeal both to younger readers and to high school students . . .” –Resource Links