Among Wolves (Wolves of Llisé, Book 1) by Nancy K. Wallace

Among Wolves (Wolves of Llisé, Book 1)

byNancy K. Wallace

Kobo ebook | May 21, 2015

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Young Devin Roché is about to graduate as an Archivist from the prestigious Llisé’s University, and there is just one more task he wants to complete – to preserve a complete history of Llisé. The history of Llisé and its fifteen provinces are a peaceful affair, filled with harmony, resolution and a rich oral tradition of storytelling. Nothing untoward ever happens in this peaceful land. Or does it? Trainee archivist Devin Roché has just taken his finals at the prestigious Académie. As the sixth son of the ruler of Llisé, his future is his own, and so he embarks on an adventure to memorize stories chronicling the history of each province. As Devin begins his journey with only his best friend Gaspard and their guardian Marcus, he hears rumors of entire communities suddenly disappearing without a trace and of Master Bards being assassinated in the night. As the three companions get closer to unearthing the truth behind these mysteries, they can’t help but wonder whether it is their pursuit that has led to them. But if that is the case, what do Llisé and Devin’s father have to hide?
Title:Among Wolves (Wolves of Llisé, Book 1)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 21, 2015Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0008103585

ISBN - 13:9780008103583

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A refreshingly different fantasy tale A welcome and refreshingly different fantasy tale! In Among Wolves Nancy K Wallace presents us with a beautifully subtle blend of political intrigue with just the right amount of gruesome dark deeds! Forget swords and sorcery! Here you’ll find a hero in the guise of a story-wielding librarian, no less. And a twisting tale that points towards knowledge, and not the sword, as the real root of all power. Part one of a three part series it’s brewing up very nicely indeed.
Date published: 2015-09-21