• Wolfwalker

  • By: Tara K. Harper
  • Narrated by: Karen White
  • Length: 13 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 14-12-05
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Books on Tape
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.2 (5 ratings)


Dion was a healer and a wolfwalker, and the unique telepathic bond that she shared with the wolf Gray Hishn sometimes seemed to amplify her sensitivity to her patients. But she never guessed how strong that bond could be, or what kind of power it could wield, until she found herself lost in the wilderness, with angry slavers at her heels and war on the horizon. Suddenly she and her fellow travelers were fighting for their lives in the snowy winter wastes, where the wolves were their only guides, the greatest secret of the ancients their only salvation, and Dion their only hope to survive.
©1990 Tara K. Harper; (P)2001 Books on Tape, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By astaats2 on 11-03-06

Couldn’t put it down

Better have some free time or a long drive if you start this book. Lots of suspense, fast paced detailed action & rich environment make it hard to put down.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Joe on 01-10-06

no meat, just adrenaline

I might have liked this book as a teen. The setting and the ideas in the book are good, but the author has a few problems. The main character, Dion, is too much a reflection of the author's ego. The other characters in the book have no real existence beyond Dion's subjective vision. This would be fine if the book was first person limited, instead of third person omniscient. My second issue is that the narration leaps from crisis to crisis. Sometimes the crisis is physical, sometimes emotional, but it the time spent between these dire events is so scant and so rushed that the author clearly finds the time spent writing it an annoying bother.
Finally, the reader has no connection with the story, which is not the reader's fault, but it still makes the narration painful.

The story is good, but the execution is unpalatable.

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6 of 8 people found this review helpful

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