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Wolves of the Beyond :: Lone Wolf Book Review

Say goodbye to owls and hello to wolves. Kathyrn Lasky, the author of the Guardians of Ga’Hoole series, delivers a new spin-off series called the Wolves of the Beyond. Back to Article

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lilyfur
lilyfur wrote:
2014-06-13 12:50:49 -0700

how did it ever get three stars. If anything it deserves 100 stars! Mad

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blackwolf888
blackwolf888 wrote:
2013-04-19 14:59:16 -0700

I love this series!!!!!!

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Winterwolf
Winterwolf wrote:
2012-04-02 01:03:43 -0700

I know right! I read the whole series

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Winterwolf
Winterwolf wrote:
2012-04-02 01:03:19 -0700

1 of my favorite book series!!!

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Whitepaws101
Whitepaws101 wrote:
2012-03-31 19:43:49 -0700

I loved this book, but it's such a cliff hanger!!!!

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jmljm653
jmljm653 wrote:
2010-10-06 11:49:34 -0700

I loved this book

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