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  • The writing had me eagerly turning the pages

    Torak and Renn have been living in the forest with their wolf brothers. One day Renn disappears. She believes that she is a danger to the pack and sets off on her own journey. Torak doesn’t believe that Renn would just up and leave them and so he sets off after her, leading the pair on a journey to the edge of the world. Viper’s Daughter is the seventh book in the ‘Chronicles of Ancient Darkness’ series. It is also the first book I have read from the series. Whilst it is deemed to be a standalone, I must say I personally didn’t think it worked this way as it felt like there was a lot of back information that I had missed and there were parts of the story I didn’t fully understand. Because of this, I would say you do need to read the others in the series to truly understand and enjoy this book. The story is a quick read and the plot was enjoyable if for me a little confusing at times. Because the book jumped right into the action I didn’t know who any of the characters were or what time period the book was set in. I was trying to work out if Torak was a human, a wolf or another creature. Turns out that Torak is a teenage boy and the story is set some six thousand years ago. The book reminded me a little of The Jungle Book and I loved the relationship between Torak and his wolf brother. There is a lot of twists, turns, and adventure within the pages and I am sure middle-grade children will adore it, especially those that have been following the series from the start. There were a lot of elements to the plot and the writing had me eagerly turning the pages wanting to know where Renn was heading and would Torak catch up to her and what evils would they face. Overall it is a unique book that has been well-researched as it felt very realistic. I have a soft spot for wolves so this helped my enjoyment too.

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