As a wolfwalker, Dion made an ideal border scout. She could experience the woods and mountains through the senses of her companion, the wolf Gray Hishn; even the wild wolves fed her their impressions. And that was how she knew that in the beleaguered lands across the border, something unspeakable was happening. The wolves were fleeing in droves. And those that remained behind had cut Dion off from their packsong. Nothing but their terrible grief and despair leaked through.
Dion knew that time was running out for the people on the other side of the border -- and for wolves everywhere. Her only hope lay with an ancient rite that had remained untested for generations -- the Calling of the wolves!
From the Paperback edition.
About Tara K. Harper
Tara K. Harper graduated from the University of Oregon, then went into high-tech, where she worked in the area of R&D test-and-measurements. Active in community service, she teaches creative writing in alternative schools, trains youth in wilderness skills, and serves on the board of directors for a youth treatment center. A martial artist for many years, Harper also hikes, kayaks, sails, and is active in outdoor sports. She also cooks, paints in watercolors and oils, sculpts in stone, plays the violin, and composes music.
About Karen White
Karen White is an actress on stage, film, television, and commercials and has worked in Los Angeles, New York, and Boston. She is also a voice coach, and has taught voice and acting at Brandeis University and Emerson College. Favorite books she’s narrated for BOT include The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd, the Miss Julia series by Ann B. Ross and the Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle series for Listening Library.