Friday, October 14, 2011

"The Wolf Mark" Takes the Reader For An Eerie Ride

Native writer and storyteller, Joseph Bruchac (author of The Boy Called Slow and Buffalo Song) has a new novel with the same fantastical elements as his past works, as well as a similar adventure featuring a Native American boy and his heritage. However, Bruchac's latest, The Wolf Mark, takes a new twist. The main character, Luke, might be the bad guy. Throughout the tale, Luke learns about family, love, and, more importantly, himself and his past.

Chicago YA Fiction writer, Pamela Kramer, writes a review of the novel at the Examiner website.

The Wolf Mark hit stores mid-September of this year.

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