The Wolf King

The Wolf King The Wolf King head of the Wolf Clan a terrifying masked horseman armed with a sword is leading the wolves their former friends against Coll s people His brother and Grayla s father have disappeared

  • Title: The Wolf King
  • Author: Ann Turnbull
  • ISBN: 9781904529408
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Wolf King, head of the Wolf Clan a terrifying masked horseman armed with a sword, is leading the wolves their former friends against Coll s people His brother and Grayla s father have disappeared Desperate to find their missing kinsmen, Coll and Grayla steal away from the homestead at night and go in search of them A story for teenagers set in prehistoric tThe Wolf King, head of the Wolf Clan a terrifying masked horseman armed with a sword, is leading the wolves their former friends against Coll s people His brother and Grayla s father have disappeared Desperate to find their missing kinsmen, Coll and Grayla steal away from the homestead at night and go in search of them A story for teenagers set in prehistoric times against an exciting background.

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      Published :2019-09-01T16:58:35+00:00

    About "Ann Turnbull"

    1. Ann Turnbull

      Ann Turnbull has written numerous books for young readers, including No Shame, No Fear and Forged in the Fire She lives in Shropshire, England.

    141 thoughts on “The Wolf King”

    1. I first read The Wolf King when I was about 11; it greatly influenced my tastes in fantasy. Love this book.


    2. Well, as a child 'The Wolf King' was one of my favorites, and still is! I can't believe more people have not read this classic jewel.



    3. Set in Bronze-Age Great Britain, THE WOLF KING is the coming-of-age story of Coll, whose father is chief of the Wolf Clan: “Long ago his ancestors had sworn brotherhood with the wolves and called themselves the Wolf Clan. The clan knew that the wolves would kill only their weak and ailing animals, and they, in their turn, were forbidden ever to kill a wolf” (9). Coll’s brother, Ruadh, kills a wolf, upsetting this traditional balance between human and Alpha predator. Though Ruadh leaves his [...]


    4. I bought this book through a reader's club in elementary school. I really enjoyed it at that age, and I subsequently read it a couple more times into my teens. It has equal parts mystery, horror, and thriller (age appropriate of course). And it reads like a modern Grimm.




    5. My love of reading started when i was young, and it gives me immense pleasure to provide books to Spread the Word Nevada, an organization that passes them on to children in the community. They are a terrific organization supporting an important cause. If your local I encourage you to check them out. For those living further a field, look in your own community, their may already be a similar program in place. And if not, you can always help start one.spreadthewordnevada/Myself, I go out on the we [...]



    6. Well, I read this book the first time when it was assigned to me and classmates by my 6th grade English teacher. (about 35 years ago now). Well written with really nice, easy to understand, historical context AND a REALLY neat premise for a storyline taking place in somewhat ancient history towards the end of the Bronze Age (1000-750 BC). Forty years laterI never forgot it and decided to track it down on (only 1 left of my previous 1976 edition!) and read it again In hindsight, I've pieced this [...]


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