by Jordan, Sherryl
"Tanith must choose among the unhappy but familiar world of her clan, a growing fondness for a young warrior of a neighboring tribe, and the lure of the wolf pack. Her story, steeped in prehistoric imagery and legend, is a compelling search for identity and self-worth within a richly drawn setting."--Booklist
Her earliest memories are of the wolves. And of the hunters who killed them and reclaimed her to human society--as a slave. Tanith has grown up as part of a savage, plundering clan, in a world ruled by brute strength, superstition, and animal cunning. Now, hated and shunned, Tanith flees human society for the more humane company of wolves. But the gentle son of a chief from a neighboring clan beckons her back. He offers Tanith the chance to join once again with her own kind. She must make her final choice of which cry to answer--the wavering, longing bellow of the human or the steady, beating call of the wolf.
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