Book Reviews of Wolf Queen (The Claidi Journals Book 3)

Wolf Queen (The Claidi Journals Book 3)
Wolf Queen - The Claidi Journals Book 3
Author: Tanith Lee
ISBN-13: 9780142501870
ISBN-10: 0142501875
Publication Date: 9/15/2003
Pages: 240
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 48 ratings
Publisher: Firebird
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
This trilogy was one of the worst things I've ever read in my life, they were poorly written,and a complete waste of time. In fact they were so bad, I didn't even feel that I could pass them along to someone else who enjoys the Fantasy/Sci-fi genre because my conscience wouldn't allow me to let someone else waste their own precious time on such drivel. Don't get me wrong, I love Fantasy/Sci-fi, but honestly with all the great stuff being written within those genres, you can easily find something much more satisfying, try Mervyn Peake's "Gormenghast" trilogy or just reread "The Lord of the Rings", some Ray Bradbury, Frank Herbert, Heinlein etc. and use your precious time more wisely instead.
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Excellent book - # 3 in the series
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Very nice book!
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I loved it! But at the begining it might seem weird. As you can see the front cover shows its sort of a book aout darkness. But it's ok!
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Wolf Queen, meant to be the final book in the Claidi Journal series (but isn't), is about Claidi finally making it back to the land after being abducted and taken to The Rise. She begins trying to track her love, Argul, after finding out that the Wolf Tower has once again set up her life for defeat. She tracks him to a winter wonderland, filled with gem encrusted hills and people who adore her, though she does not know why. And finally she meets....

Well, you will have to read it for yourself. This series is a very good one and only gets better the more you read.
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A Fantasy kind of book. You need to like this genre to like this book.
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I HAVE to find the next in the series - these are so well written. The characters become people you want to know.