In this first of three volumes, wolves driven out of remote regions of Europe set out for the mountains of Czechoslovakia, the mythical heartland of wolfkind, summoned by the fallen gods. They seek to re-establish the position they held long ago, before Man set out to hunt them to extinction.
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THE DRAMATIC CONCLUSION TO THE MAGNIFICENT SAGA OF WOLVES FROM ONE OF THE WORLD’S FAVOURITE STORYTELLERS…
'‘The wolf’s eyes transfixed me, commanded me to rise and leave now, commanded me to journey on, journey home where I began, to where you and I must go.’'
Under the austere yet inspiring leadership of Klimt, the Wolves of Time have taken back the Heartland. They have defeated the treacherous Magyar wolves, successfully avoided confrontation with the Mennen, and their first cubs have been raised, one of whom is the god Wulf, in mortal form.
But now Klimt faces a new responsibility. As the loathsome Magyars regain their strength and the Mennen enter a phase of war and anarchy that threatens to engulf Europe, the Wolves must find a new spiritual direction and purpose.
Both Wolves and Mennen must make their separate journeys to the WulfRock, There to play out the dramatic events decreed by destiny, and bring the Dark Millennium to a triumphant close.
“Inspiring…an epic tale of passion, courage, fear and love”
Since the publication of ‘The Willows in Winter William Horwood has received letters from hundreds of readers thanking him for recapturing the spirit of Kenneth Grahame’s great work so faithfully. He is also the author of the two bestselling trilogies about the moles of Duncton Wood, and the new ‘The Wolves of Time series.
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First Edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX000223677X
Book Description HarperCollins. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk000223677X