For generations people have believed that the Wolf watches over them and will destroy their village if they forget their place, if they forget that no one is better than anyone else, if they forget that desire and dreams are selfish and dangerous.
Senla cannot help but wish for a little beauty, a little color in her life. But the day she steps too far over the line, the Wolf attacks her village and destroys everything she thought she knew.
This story captured my imagination from the start. (You had me at “Wolf”, really. I love almost any story with a strong wolf.) The whole story was vivid in my mind, and I felt a lot of empathy for Senla.
Senla’s journey of revenge felt natural but was also full of surprises and twists.
I really enjoyed this book and recommend it for anyone who loves wolves, oppressive governing creatures, adventures, forests, or revenge.
I received a copy of this book directly from the author in exchange for an honest review.