Wolf of Shadows

Wolf of Shadows In the terrible aftermath of a nuclear holocaust a wolf and a human woman form a mysterious bond that brings each close to the spirits of the shattered earth

  • Title: Wolf of Shadows
  • Author: Whitley Strieber
  • ISBN: 9780449210895
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • In the terrible aftermath of a nuclear holocaust, a wolf and a human woman form a mysterious bond that brings each close to the spirits of the shattered earth.

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    About “Whitley Strieber”

    1. Whitley Strieber

      American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a non fiction description of his experiences with apparent alien contact He has recently made significant advances in understanding this phenomenon, and has published his new discoveries in Solving the Communion Enigma.Strieber also co authored The Coming Global Superstorm with Art Bell, which inspired the blockbuster film about sudden climate change, The Day After Tomorrow.

    399 thoughts on “Wolf of Shadows”

    1. - Imagine a "Call of the Wild" meets a Juvenile version of Cormac McCarthy's "The Road" but with mother-daughter protagonists. - At Just over 100 pgs. a quick and enjoyable read.- It gets a little intense near the middle, like all good stories, so I'd recommend it for the 10+ crowd. - Interesting spin on the "Nuclear Holocaust" genre.


    2. This was another book that I used in my Young Adult Lit class for a booktalking exercise. It was an exciting book and I enjoyed reading it. I would cautiously recommend it to the more advanced young adult readers that visited our public library since it is about a near end of the world. The relationship between and wolves and the human was intriguing and the story was real enough to be scary. Very inventive. This is not one of Streiber's top books but is still a good read. Not so youth-oriented [...]


    3. The Cold War inspired much nuclear fallout fiction, including in the YA genre. This is a moving and thought-provoking book about human and wolf families struggling to survive side-by-side in the aftermath of an atom bombing.


    4. it's about a nuclear holocaust told from the perspective of an alpha wolf. quite moving. read it a long time ago so i do not remember too much detail. go to: beyondcommunion/warday for a fuller description.


    5. An extremely intimate & visceral experience of a post-nuclear apocalypse, told from the most unique & unexpected of viewpoints. A fascinating morality play, and very often gut-wrenching, this is a tiny book that punches far above its weight class.


    6. Classed as YA but a very grim book of the aftermath of nuclear war, with nuclear winter and a mother and child having to be 'adopted' by a wolf pack to have any chance of survival with even the animals being picked off gradually. Very sad.




    7. this is a good read, if a little shortits about a family adopted by a pack of wolves after a nuclear holocaust scenario



    8. Post-apocalyptic from the view of a wolf who adds two humans to his pack in order to save them from a nuclear winter.


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