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The she-wolf is about to give birth, and her pups will not be able to survive the harsh Transylvanian winter. But something more threatening than snow and wind stalks the pack—a lone wolf, Morgra , possessed of a mysterious and terrifying power known as the Sight. And with her travels a raven , a bird that feeds on the dead. Morgra's arts show her that one of the pups born beneath the castle holds a key to power even stronger than her own—power that could give her control of this world and the next.

But the pack she hunts is brave and loving.

They are vicious and will do anything their leader asks of them though not always without some uncertainty about it even if it will lead them to their own death. Before, they were led by Tratto, a great Dragga who let all wolves live in peace and freedom, who then was murdered by Morgra, who fed him lies in his old age. Eventually his blessing was changed into Larka's blessing. The Sight is a power that very few wolves have, and it is difficult to control. Only a very small amount is known about the Sight, and most wolves consider it to be a myth. Wolves who have the gift of the Sight have potential to have these powers:.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention wolf wolves larka pack clement-davies fire david bringer evil animals morgra fantasy animal fell young parts humans human called eyes. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I stumbled upon Fire Bringer in my regular visits to the bookstore and bought it without a second thought. I couldn't tear myself away from it. When i discover Clement-Davies had written another book about wolves, i ran right out to get it.

When i finally sat down and read it, however, i was minorly disappointed. The dialogue can be cheesy at points and bothersome at others. The author actually seems to enjoy killing off almost the entire pack in the first few chapters and depressing the heck out of the reader in the process. The "sight" itself and it's description bored me, though I don't know why. Still, the book is very well written and i have nothing but compliments for it, with the exception of the previous paragraph.