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Ratings and Book Reviews (7 68 star ratings
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    The Wolverine's Daughter

    Really good. Grabs your attention at the start and keeps it all the way through. So much, that I wish there was a next book. Action, adventure, a little romance, "full meal deal".
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    Wolverine s daughter

    Travel, quest and character, three things Doranna Durgin does very well, here to, and looking forward to the next part of the story.
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    The Wolverines Daughter

    Written with passion and insight. Could not put it down. Good read!
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    Wolverine's Daughter

    This is a fantasy of old style story telling and classic witchcraft and wizardry. Although it was a slow starter, I stuck with it and thoroughly enjoyed it. Kelyn is a wonderful mixture of boldness, sass, with a strong sense of right and wrong. There is a comment made in the book that although she never goes looking for trouble, trouble always seems to find her! She sets off from home on a journey of discovery, both to find her father and to find herself. With mishaps, battles, friendships and sorrow along the way. This is a wonderful book that follows along the lines of sword and sorcery and an epic storyline. * Verified Purchase ~ January 2013 * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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    Potential for a series

    I quite liked this story. It was reasonably easy to read, with a pleasant, if not entirely novel plot. Preferred this to the Chanespell storyline. Once finished, I looked for the next book in the series, only to find it is a stand alone book.
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