• Title: Silver Moons, Black Steel
  • Author: Tara K. Harper
  • ISBN: 9780345406354
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • Silver Moons Black Steel Dion Healer also called Wolfwalker dared to try to unlock the secrets of aliens Her courage was rewarded with their fury and she was nearly destroyed Now desperate to put distance between herself
    Dion Healer, also called Wolfwalker, dared to try to unlock the secrets of aliens Her courage was rewarded with their fury, and she was nearly destroyed Now, desperate to put distance between herself and the fate that awaits her, Dion rages against the wolves as much as she rages against the world.But she cannot elude those who seek her the Gray Ones, who grow restlessDion Healer, also called Wolfwalker, dared to try to unlock the secrets of aliens Her courage was rewarded with their fury, and she was nearly destroyed Now, desperate to put distance between herself and the fate that awaits her, Dion rages against the wolves as much as she rages against the world.But she cannot elude those who seek her the Gray Ones, who grow restless with her absence the brother searching the wilderness for his Wolfwalker twin and the people of her homeland, who are relying on her to secure their future with her new knowledge And there is one other a distant warrior unable to resist the mysterious force that summons him to find a woman whose face he has never seen, whose name he has never heard.As the forces of destiny converge on Dion, she must fight to keep her secrets safe secrets that could change Wolfwalker, warrior, and their very world forever.

    One Reply to “Silver Moons, Black Steel”

    1. This is the 6th book in the Wolfwaker series, and is a worthy addition to the series. I felt conflicted as I read the book, because the underlying thread of this series has been following Dion's adventures, yet the real focus is on a new character named Talon, a raider. It's an adjustment to shift perspectives, and see life through the eyes of a raider since we've grown to dispise them as much as Dion. I felt myself wanting to find out more about Dion throughout the novel, and hoping that the st [...]

    2. Tara was always a great author, although this book had a slower beginning than some of her others. I always love the wolves and the deep, dark secret of the aliens and the alien world the people in these stories have to endure.

    3. A second part, together with the previous novel it makes a great story. On its own, less. But I always enjoy hanging out with Dion and Hishn! I don't remember my first impressions of it, I wish I did! I'd like to know if I figured out the mysterious hunter before it became obvious

    4. On its own merits this is not a bad book, but I think the author has strayed very far from the original premise of the stories and its a big mistake.

    5. human animal pairing, on a psychological connection between a young girl and her wolf in attempt to help her world this is a great series.

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