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The Wolf Wilder – Katherine Rundell. Reviewed by Peachy Clouds (10)

Most children were raised normally.
And Feo? She was raised with the wolves.

Once upon a time, a hundred years ago, there was a dark and stormy girl.
The girl was Russian, and although her hair and eyes and fingernails were dark all of the time, she was stormy only when she thought it was absolutely necessary.
Which was fairly often.
Her name was Feodora.

From the bestselling author Katherine Rundell we are treated to a new tale, one of wonder, passion and wilderness. Highly original and fierce, the book is one that follows a magical yet real world of wolves and Russia. With a beautiful presentation and a truly gripping story inside, you’ll never put this book down, and when you finish it, you’ll treasure it forever.

I love the book because it’s so enchanting and you’ll get lost in a world of snowflakes and wolves forever. It also has some illustrations weaved into the pages of the book.

I hope you enjoyed my review of The Wolf Wilder by Katherine Rundell.

– PC (Peachy Cloud)

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