By Kathryn Lasky
Faolan, a wolf as soon as doomed to die, struggles to fufill his future because the chief of the wolves of Beyond.
No one ever observed Faolan as a pace-setter. Banished as a doggy, he survived and back as a gnaw wolf-the lowest member of the wolf pack. yet Faolan wasn't intended to be a gnaw wolf. It's not only his unusual, splayed paw, or his uncanny reference to the bears. There's whatever approximately Faolan that evokes yes wolves . . . and leaves others deeply suspicious. Now, with a deadly risk at the horizon, the pack needs to make a selection. Will they belief the silver outsider with the duty of major?
If Faolan can't satisfy his future, it can be the tip of the wolves of the Beyond.
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