Book Reviews of The Work of Wolves

The Work of Wolves
The Work of Wolves
Author: Kent Meyers
ISBN-13: 9780156031424
ISBN-10: 0156031426
Publication Date: 7/11/2005
Pages: 420
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Harvest Books
Book Type: Paperback
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A slow-starter, but worthwhile read.
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Four young men have the opportunity to right a wrong, but they have to break the law to do so. Their decision affects the rest of their lives.

This is a wonderful story that takes place in South Dakota with a few detours that include the Third Reich.

Truly worth reading.
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I normally do not read nor like westerns, but this was an amazingly good book. It was very well-written and I found myself completely drawn into the story. I highly recommend it!
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This is a beautifully written story by a SD English Prof. Prairie jelly fish is just one of his unique images. The main character is a compelling young man who has a very clear idea of just who he is and what he must do. His classmates, a German exchange student and a Native American, bring their own complexity to the story. I value the 'not a happy ending'. In my mind it could not have ended any other way. You have answers, just not happy ones.
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I enjoyed the story line of this book but there was soooo much background about the characters that it took away from the story. Just an ok read.