Cold the Night, Fast the Wolves: A Novel
Tundar is known for only two things; it’s storms and the race. Sena won’t have anything to do with the race, where teams compete on sleds pulled by genetically engineered wolves, not after her mothers were killed on the trail. But it may be her only chance to leave Tundar and it’s storms. When she not so accidentally steals a fighting wolf from a very powerful man, Sena has no choice but to join a team and train them to survive the wilderness.
From the first page I was hooked. The story is fast paced and exciting. Though, the race doesn’t start till half way through, there’s a lot that leads up to it. The characters are interesting and easy to tell apart. There’s also not too many to keep track of. One thing that was kind of annoying was repeated information. Something is heavily implied then a couple pages later it’s stated, sometimes with more information, or things are just repeated multiple times. It is a science fiction that takes place on another planet, but it feels a lot like a fantasy as well. I really enjoyed reading this and have already recommended it to several people.
|Page Count||368 pages|
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