I read this book from cover to cover. The story is exciting--a young female wolf finds herself in challenging situations that bring out her bravery, compassion, and many very special talents. It's a great pleasure to run with the wolves when led by Rhea Kommerell. There are so many beautiful things to see and learn about: the wolves' devotion to Luna; their beautiful maps and carvings in bone; their lovely names ("Chalk Stone Pack," "Bending Brook Pack," "India" and "Flora Bell"); their beautiful sacred language; the wonderful characters they meet, like easygoing foxes and dashing lone-wolf pups; and above all, the "feeling of the pack," so beautifully described by Kommerell that I'm still trying to figure out how to become-wolf so I can feel it too. This is a charming book, full of adventure and generosity.
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