DOWNLOAD AUDIOBOOK ✓ Wolf-Speaker - by Tamora Pierce #2020

  • Title: Wolf-Speaker
  • Author: Tamora Pierce
  • ISBN: 9780439968072
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback

  • Wolf-Speaker By Tamora Pierce The wolves of Long Lake are calling to their pack sister They aided Daine once, now they need her help They are her family She cannot ignore their cry For the wolves have formidable foes a grisly band of warriors, Ogres, Hurroks and Stormwings, with the aid of Carthaki war mage Tristan Staghorn at their head Will Daine s new understanding of wild magic give her the sThe wolves of Long Lake are calling to their pack sister They aided Daine once, now they need her help They are her family She cannot ignore their cry For the wolves have formidable foes a grisly band of warriors, Ogres, Hurroks and Stormwings, with the aid of Carthaki war mage Tristan Staghorn at their head Will Daine s new understanding of wild magic give her the strength to combat Tristan s army, and the power to destroy hist terrible, cataclysmic terrible weapon the bloodrain
    Tamora Pierce
    Hey, folks I just discovered that apparently I have given some very popular books single star ratings except I haven t How do I know I haven t Because I haven t read those books at all So before you go getting all hacked off at me for trashing your favorites, know that I ve written GoodReads to find out what s going on.I return to my regularly scheduled profile Though I would love to join groups, I m going to turn them all down I just don t have the time to take part, so please don t be offended if I don t join your group or accept an invitation I m not snooty I m just up to my eyeballs in work and appearances Also, don t be alarmed by the number of books I ve read When I get bored, I go through the different lists and rediscover books I ve read in the past It s a very evil way to use up time when I should be doing other things Obviously, I ve read a lot of books in 54 years I was born in South Connellsville, PA My mother wanted to name me Tamara but the nurse who filled out my birth certificate misspelled it as Tamora When I was 8 my family moved to California, where we lived for 6 years on both sides of the San Francisco peninsula.I started writing stories in 6th grade My interest in fantasy and science fiction began when I was introduced to The Lord of the Rings by J R R Tolkien and so I started to write the kind of books that I was reading After my parents divorced, my mother took my sisters and me back to Pennsylvania in 1969 There I went to Albert Gallatin Senior High for 2 years and Uniontown Area Senior High School for my senior year.After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania, I wrote the book that became The Song of the Lioness fantasy quartet I sold some articles and 2 short stories and wrote reviews for a martial arts movie magazine At last the first book of the quartet, Alanna The First Adventure was published by Atheneum Books in 1983.Tim Liebe, who became my Spouse Creature, and I lived in New York City with assorted cats and two parakeets from 1982 2006 In 2006 we moved to Syracuse, New York, where we live now with assorted cats, a number of squirrels, birds, raccoons, skunks, opossums, and woodchucks visiting our very small yard As of 2011, I have 27 novels in print, one short story collection, one comic book arc White Tiger A Hero s Compulsion co written with Tim, and a short story anthology co editing credit There s to come, including a companion book to the Tortall verse So stay tuned

    Wolf-Speaker By Tamora Pierce


    This didn t excite me as much as its predecessor, Wild Magic, primarily for the following reason Daine and Numair are in the forest thenDaine enters into the mind of an animal.Daine and Numair and some wolves are in the forest thenDaine enters into the mind of an animal.Daine and Numair go to a castle thenDaine enters into the mind of an animal.Daine hangs out with wolves and thenDaine enters into the mind of an animal.Daine meets some immortals, good and bad, and thenDaine enters into the mind [...]

    It s been over a year since I read the first book in Tamora Pierce s Immortals quartet, Wild Magic I remember enjoying it almost than Pierce s Alanna books which will always be first in my heart, of course but other than that, I started this book with only vague memories of the plot and characters of the previous installment Luckily, there s not much to catch up on Pierce s novels are characterized by fast paced action, a relatively small and memorable cast of characters, and fairly simple conf [...]

    If I weren t writing a review for every single book this year, this would definitely be one that I would skip This is a clear transition book and I really don t have much to say about it I liked it I didn t love it I never felt annoyed, bored, moved, or enthusiastic about this book I listened to it while running errands and doing some cleaning and it was the perfect background Daine s wolf pack family, who gave her a home when she was lost, has called for help Their valley is being torn apart by [...]

    Khanh (the meanie)
    I think I set my bar so high for this series from the first book that this book was inevitably a letdown I loved the first book I loved being introduced to all the characters, I loved learning about Daine s wild magic and her journey into self discovery Even the lengthy and confusing battle at the end didn t ruin it for me This book, however, just dragged on Daine is traveling with her mentor, looking for a missing group of Riders and re encountering the pack of wolves with whom she bonded and w [...]

    Jennifer Wardrip
    Reviewed by Candace Cunard for TeensReadTooThis second book in Tamora Pierce s THE IMMORTALS QUARTET centers around the further development of Daine s magical ability to communicate with animals The story begins when the wolf pack that lives near her former home village sends an envoy to ask for her assistance communicating with the humans who are ruining the lands where these wolves hunt Daine, who owes a debt of gratitude to these wolves for having cared for her once she escaped her village, c [...]

    Also read 17 December 2007 Daine is summoned by her former Pack to Dunlath where shenanigans are afoot Once there, she is separated from everyone but her animal pals to stop high treason in its tracks If this sounds like an after school special on PBS, YOU D BE RIGHT 1 While there have been some very good conversations about the easiness Daine experiences in growing her magic, I would argue that the simplicity of the world extends well past just Daine s magic For any given conflict, an easy and [...]

    Oh my god I don t have words to explain how I feel right now It dosen t take long for the story to shift in shape There is no lingering and much rememberence on the first book to get annoyed with And it dosen t take long chapters for you to be intrigued There was so much going on yet, so organized that I was so pleased when it ended It made me feel warm and longing after, and mind you not many books makes me feel this way This book reminded me of this particular animation which I LOVE It is call [...]

    happy sigh I always finish these books with a smile on my face There s just something about them that leaves me feeling like this It s hard to write a review for something you love this much I d much rather just tell you all to READ IT NAO and let it speak for itself.But you re not here for that And this book deserves a proper review from me I ll try.First of all, to let some parts of it speak for themselves, here are a few lines of sparkling dialogue from this book, iconified by awesome people [...]

    This is what I think people think of the seventh Harry Potter which I love there is TOO MUCH CAMPING The rebellion should be interesting, but instead the characters spend too much time apart, and I m repeating myself here, but it still applies the animals aren t as interesting as companions as the people are Also, I thought I remembered the Dunlath mess being connected to Delia of Eldorne it isn t There s lots of high treason going around Tortall This is my least favorite Daine book, hands down [...]

    The fun thing about rereading books that you loved when you were younger is that it reminds you how much you used to love them I m not sure that sentence makes sense, but let s go with it This book could have been tailor made for adolescent me I loved Julie of the Wolves, and the idea of JOINING A WOLF PACK AND USING MAGIC POWERS TO TALK TO THEM sounded like the greatest thing in the world I also really enjoy some of the side characters we meet in this book.

    This one held up less well for me It s not bad, it s just sort of uninteresting I feel like it s this series Woman who Rides Like a Man I like a lot of the elements, but something doesn t come together I do like how morality is treated in this one And I like Maura But I almost feel like this one has too many convenient allies And it features Daine being alone with very few of the familiar characters for too long The pack themselves aren t that interesting to me I do like Tkaa and Kitten, but the [...]

    Sakina (aforestofbooks)
    If you guys love animals this is definitely a series you should read One quote that really stood out to me It seemed as if, ever since she had come here, someone was telling her that because she didn t like a creature s looks, it didn t mean that creature was bad Such an important message of tolerance vs racism something that Donald Trump and some Americans need to hear.

    Kayla Edwards
    There s nothing I can say that will adequately express how I feel about these books and I m not even going to try Besides, the fact that I read them all repeatedly I quit counting after the 10th time is the highest form of praise I can give anyway Daine, Numair, and the others are friends as dear to me as any in this world.

    Nikki Kalani
    This series is getting intriguing with each part I specially enjoyed this second part because of the development in Daine s character The way she used her wild magic for the good of everyone and the way she became one with different animals was the best part Knowing this many animals and their minds and that they can become friendly with other animals too was heartwarming So this novel was literally heartwarming and i loved being with all these animals I cannot express this feeling in words Ne [...]

    This text in the series definitely has the feeling as a bridge bridging Daine s introduction to Tortall to her future position in Tortallan society, bridging the drama with Carthak, as well as bridging Daine s experience and development of her own magic While its not my favorite of the quartet, I really do love this book including the whole wolf pack, the castle cats, Tkaa, and the real introduction of Kitten I also like Maura as a sort of foil to Daine.

    3.75 stars because I m feeling pickyAlthough it was pretty awesome to see Daine handle everything on her own, I really did miss the presence of humans specifically Numair and Alanna The Wolf pack was badass though, loved them Loved all the different variety of animal voices too Tkaa s character was pretty awesome as well Another fun read

    What I liked Daine She grows over the course of this book, and she does it without Numair s help Not only her personality matures, but her powers do as well She begins to learn about who she is and what she s capable of, and she makes new friends along the way Wolves They ve always been my favorite animal, ever since I was a child, and I love any book that features them Especially when the book goes into detail about pack life and hunting habits and tracking This book had all of that awesome st [...]

    Rhiannon Ryder
    Book two of The Immortals series finds Daine and Numair heading to the valley of Dunlath to answer the call of help from Daine s old wolf pack The Long Lake pack have asked her to come help rectify the balance in their new home wood cutters are destroying the forest and chasing away all the game But it turns out the problem is far complicated then it seems With the presence of Ogres, Stormwings, and traitors to the crown, to name just a few, Daine must discover and use all her available resourc [...]

    Stephanie Jobe
    I think a disturbing amount of my psychology could be traced back to Tamora Pierce, most of it from The Song of the Lioness quartet, but then you come to things like oh my absolute obsession with wolves for years of my life Daine is growing in her confidence and the gods of the People, animals, are becoming even involved in her life Not only does this book provide you with a great adventure but it also teaches two lessons One lesson is about respect for the natural world in a way that goes abov [...]

    Fantasy Literature
    Wolf Speaker is the second of Tamora Pierce s Immortals Quartet concerning fourteen year old Daine, a young woman who possesses Wild Magic, giving her the ability to communicate with animals, heal any animal wound, and in this book, to gradually change her form into any animal she wishes Pierce jumps straight into the story without hardly any background information, so if you are unfamiliar with the fantasy realm of Tortall, I very highly recommend that you don t begin your journey with this boo [...]

    This book made zero impact with me I read it years ago and barely remember anything about it Yet I read Pierce s Lioness Quartet years before I ran into this book, and I remember it in incredible detail Daine could have been a neat character, but Pierce s writing has really deteriorated steadily since the quartet I didn t like Daine s romance with her instructor COME ON, he s her teacher, that is just wrong and the magic of this series wasn t powerful and mysterious as it was in the original qua [...]

    3.5 out of 5 starsI enjoyed this book, though not as much as Wild Magic It was a fun ride watching Daine meet new immortal and animal creatures and seeing her grow into her powers I really enjoyed how Daine cooperated with so many different creatures to win the final battle.Again, I felt that the villains weren t really fleshed out These are shorter books and I think the author is focused on Daine s story and showing her character growth However, we did get insight about the enemy Emperor in t [...]

    Kirsty (Amethyst Bookwyrm)
    This and my other reviews can be found at amethystbookwyrm When the Wolf pack, led by Brokefang, ask Daine, the only wild magician, to help them stop the humans from ruining their territory, she and Numair go to their aid However, they find something sinister going on a Long Lake as they find that the nobles are trying to usurp the throne from King Jonathan and Queen Thayet In Wolf Speaker we are introduced to both new and existing characters but my favourite is defiantly Kitten as she has so mu [...]

    I want to say I enjoyed Wolf speaker but I can t because I really didn t The story was boring it was an isolated event and restricted to a single location with Daine accompanied by furries However, there is further exploration of her wild magic that she used to rally all sorts of animals for her cause, so that was good And the writing is still enjoyably different from current books I m also glad that there is no lingering, page s filled anatomical descriptions of characters, hot or not.

    I didn t think it was possible, but I love this series even every time I read it.

    Sigggh Yeah, this one took me a while to get through Like you all said, it sucks that Daine is off on her own for so much of it.I can t remember what else I wanted to say.


    I didn t have quite as strong a response of YES WONDER LOVE to this book as I had to book 1 of the series Wild Magic I did think it was pretty darn great, though If your primary question or concern is whether Pierce could possibly have the ideas and chops to build on Daine s interactions with animals which were already spectacular in book 1 then the answer is a delighted yes She has even fantastic ideas, and she does a masterful job at gradually developing Daine s abilities They re significantl [...]

    Amy Keeley
    This is really of a three and a half star experience.I like how comfortable Daine has become with her powers In fact, that caused some problems when it she began riding with the various creatures I was surprised she had any difficulty with it It didn t help when the badger showed up to encourage her to try He felt much too convenient in this book, like Dungeon Master in the cartoon DD series, though not nearly as annoying.It was also nice to see some depth given to the immortals Not everyone is [...]

    I really liked this one and the additional characters, but at a certain point, when everyone was coming together against a common baddie, I was thinking, really everyone just gets along and wants to band together It just felt a bit unsophisticated that way, I suppose I ll definitely read the next one in the series, though

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