Imprint: Stone Table Books
204 Pages, 5.50 x 8.50 x 0.41 in
- Published: July 2021
$23.00 / £21.00 / AU$21.00Buy
Matthew Edwards is the author of Jonah and the Clockwork Goblin, as well as various short stories and poems. He also holds an MA in Creative Writing, mostly so he won't be asked to hold anything else. Matthew lives in the Adelaide Hills with his wife Bec, his cats Aeryn and Buddakhiin and his ducks Edmund and Leia. He hopes to one day build an ark.
Pack law and the hunt, sharp teeth and the wild call of a howl in the night, this is a book that took me back to my childhood fantasy of being a wolf. The story moves with the pace of a hunter, never faltering as it covers capture, escape and the added danger of werewolves. Add in a comic and heroic bear, the fierce loyalty of a wolf who will not leave his brother and the lesson we all need to learn that it’s only together we are strong, and you have a story to delight the senses as well as the soul. I only wish this book had been there when I was growing up.
Catch Tilly, author of Otherwise Known as Pig,
Shadowalker and Abomination.
A fantasy of a different flavour, Wolfbrother pairs common fantasy genre ideas like brothers bonding through adversity and animal protagonists with a journey through the ancient Roman context and the religion and societal structure of wolves. Also there are werewolves. If any part of that sounds interesting to you, then you should definitely read it. You won’t be disappointed.
Morton Benning, author of Playing God