This is the 5th book in Lindskold's Wolf series - each book gets better. You do not have to read the first books to understand and enjoy subsequent books.
Well, Lindskold finally lost me here. Every book seems to be a new place, new people, new adventures. But, it feels like Lindskold has no imagination for the places she has already explored and so is forced to make up more and more new lands to have her stories in. And the fact that Firekeeper and the wolf are practically mated, without the mating, is just pushing the beastiality line and really isn't appropriate. Goodbye Jane, your first Wolf book was great, I shall remember you by that one, and not the rest.
I liked all of these books.
Was a very good read, much faster in many ways then it's previous books in this series. It held me spell bound by the story line and made me eager to pick my book up again every time I had to put it down.
Another impressive tale, but this time with a cliff-hanger ending. Firekeeper continues her adventures in Liglim and the surrounding countries in an effort to stop those who form destructive magic-related habits.