Wolf Interval

Wolf Interval Being the daughter of a supernatural monster makes it hard to have friends especially when your father is determined to make you follow in his footsteps It s especially tough at Halloween but AT mak

  • Title: Wolf Interval
  • Author: Chrysoula Tzavelas
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  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Being the daughter of a supernatural monster makes it hard to have friends, especially when your father is determined to make you follow in his footsteps It s especially tough at Halloween, but AT makes do with her magical dogs and the local ghosts And this is almost a life until the Wild Hunt shows up On this All Hallow s Day, they ll finally be released to pursue thBeing the daughter of a supernatural monster makes it hard to have friends, especially when your father is determined to make you follow in his footsteps It s especially tough at Halloween, but AT makes do with her magical dogs and the local ghosts And this is almost a life until the Wild Hunt shows up On this All Hallow s Day, they ll finally be released to pursue their ultimate ambition hunting down every ghost in the mortal world The only way to stop them is to venture into the heart of a cursed city and steal the source of their power That s hardly a problem for the daughter of a monster until she realizes she needs than her magical dogs to get where she s going She needs friends, too That s a lot scarier than a cursed city, but if she wants to save the ghosts, she ll have to find a way.

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    About "Chrysoula Tzavelas"

    1. Chrysoula Tzavelas

      I grew up as an Air Force brat, so I read a lot, mostly from libraries I started with animal stories and moved onto magical animal stories, and ended up in fantasy I ve also gone through science fiction phases but I find fantasy consistently entertaining.When I was a small child I wrote an earnest letter to the creators of He Man, suggesting they give him a twin sister named She Woman, with a winged unicorn friend Because I thought girls should get to save the day, too.I ve also been interested in angels and computer games for most of my life These things influence my writing If you decide to check it out, I hope you enjoy it I do review books 3 stars means I enjoyed it 4 stars means I really liked it 5 stars means I think it s something very special Important factors for me in rating books include the strength of the writing, how compelling the characters are, how satisfied I was with the ending, how much fun I had reading it, how evocative the world building is, how quickly I read it and how many times I stopped reading to say, Wait, what

    907 thoughts on “Wolf Interval”

    1. AT is stuck with her father – it’s where she belongs and no matter how much she hates him, where else would she go? She already ruined her one chance to escape and betrayed where she truly belongedUntil the demon Tia pulls her into a new quest – the Wild Hunt is free and hunting souls. Long since corrupted from its original goal, the hunt will not hunt and destroy any free soul it finds – and with the breaking of the chains that held the fae captive, the hunt is also free to roam – or [...]


    2. Haunting and darkThis is AT's story, and as we could have guessed from her other appearances, it's darker than the other stories. We learn more about her, and what drives her to be the way she is. Definitely a difficult coming of age.


    3. Wolf Interval, the third book in Chrysoula Tzavelas’ Senyaza series, is coming out this month. I was lucky enough to get an ARC so I could share my thoughts about it with you. (And I will be honest here–the author and I are friends on Twitter; I don’t think that colored my review, but I want to get that out there.)First thing to point out: isn’t that cover cool? Sean Dietrich did the artwork. I really dig AT, our protagonist for this volume, appearing as if she’s coming out of the wolf [...]


    4. The third book in the Senyaza series is my favorite, as AT goes shopping for a Halloween costume and we never learn what the T stands for. Also, other things happen, and there are Good Dogs. And possible friends, and running, and decisions that are hard and matter a lot. There are ghosts, and horses. Some characters from the previous two books (Matchbox Girls and Infinity Key) show up and its best to read those first, but you could read this one out of order without spoiling too much. The author [...]


    5. I think that this book is my favorite so far of the entire series! Ready to dig into some of the Kickstarter bonus stories!


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