From Library Journal
What began as a rite-of-passage journey for Healer/WolfWalker Ember Dion and her twin brother Rhom becomes a desperate struggle for freedom as they and their companions stumble upon a madman's designs for war and conquest. Despite an engaging collection of protagonists, Harper's sequel to WolfWalker ( LJ 3/15/90) suffers from an overly contrived plot. Not an essential purchase.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Publisher
I'm a sucker for wolves. I'm also a sucker for stories about humans who have telepathic relationships with animals (I especially like wolves--did I mention that?). I'd like to do things like climb sheer cliffs and shoot whitewater rapids, but I'm too scared of them. Tara Harper's Tales of the Wolves allows me to experience all of that vicariously. Too bad the wolf part isn't real--I don't think I'd be scared of that. Then again, Tara tells me wolves can be pretty nasty. And they are wild animals, after all. I guess I'll just stick to reading...
--Shelly Shapiro, Executive Editor