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Publisher's Summary

The exciting follow-up to New York Times #1 best-selling author Patricia Briggs' Masques features the further adventures of the shapeshifting mercenary Aralorn.

Aralorn's dangerous existence has taken her far from her aristocratic roots and kept her from her homeland for more than a decade. Now, she must return home to mourn the death of her father, the Lyon of Lambshold. But when Aralorn and her companion Wolf arrive, they discover that home is gone forever and they must take on an old enemy more sinister than they ever could have imagined.

Katherine Kellgren, the voice of Masques and one of Audible's favorite narrators, returns to take listeners on this new adventure.

BONUS AUDIO: Includes an introduction written and read by author Patricia Briggs.

©2010 Hurog, Inc (P)2010 Audible, Inc

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  • Siobhan
  • 17-11-10

Excellent listen that left me longing for the next

I just finished this book and Masques. The two main characters were easy to like and had significant depth. The "bad guy" was quite evil with out being over the top. I found it difficult to turn off either book which my family loves as I cook much more elaborate meals just to have an excuse to listen. It has been many weeks since I last found a book that would entice me to make homemade applesauce.

As was said by the other reviewer, I truly hope the author picks this series back up and writes at least a couple more.

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  • Heidi Garside
  • 13-11-10

Even better than Masques!

I really like this series. I would like more. I like the characters and I hope Patricia picks this one back up and gives us a few more books!

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  • Sherry
  • 17-10-11

So good

I enjoyed this one as much as Masques! She has such a talent for writing suspense long enough its a good mystery yet not to where it drags. She ads clues so you figure it out with the characters. Characters who we grow to care about.

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  • Shannon
  • 11-09-19

Really enjoy Briggs early work

I very much enjoy the Mercy Thompson series; but the earlier works are just as good...I would love to hear more about Sainim...I have listen to the earlier works multiple times. The love the Hurog series and wish that the Hobs Bargain had a part 2. The creativity of all the others are just hard to find!!!

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  • SACGSK
  • 01-09-16

I want more!!

I wish there were more books after this one. I feel like we were just getting to know Wolf and Aralorn. There is so much more I want to know about them. I think I'm going to have to go back and listen to them again and see if I can find any hidden gems that I missed the first time around.

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  • Sue
  • 08-01-13

Didn't like the narration

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I think it will be a good story for some but it didn't do it for me and I think it had something to do with the narration. I kept falling asleep on it and the story just didn't keep me interested. I've listened to a couple of the other ones in the series and enjoyed them enough but not this one.

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  • shira5665
  • 07-06-12

Another winner by Patricia Briggs!

Loved this book - I miss Aralorn and Wolf already! I hope she'll write more about them. I don't listen to too many audio books over and over, but I do listen to Patrica Briggs' books over and over. Her characters are so well rounded, so full of life. If you like magical fantasy type books, this one won't disappoint.

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  • Shopaholic
  • 30-04-21

loved it my favorite in the set!

almost as good as mercy thompson! I liked this one a lot more then the first but both were great. I wish the other siam books were also about aralorn too!

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  • Vick 10001110101
  • 22-10-20

Again and again

This is book 2 in a series. Book 1 is called "Masques". I've re-read/listened to this book more times than I can count.
Briggs does not disappoint.

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  • Faith
  • 07-02-20

Amazing

I want a sequel !! Make it a trilogy I love these books there tough in some places but an amazing story line

There is a slight glitch about 27min from the end of the story

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  • Suzanne Martin
  • 26-07-14

A satisfying conclusion

What did you like most about Wolfsbane?

I loved the story. It was not a traditional story, in that there is no massive battle in the usual sense. The enemy, the "bad guy", is so dark and insidious that it is a really interesting journey with Aralorn and Wolf to find out how to defeat him.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Wolfsbane?

Without wishing to spoil the surprise, the "trick" Aralorn plays on Wolf that reveals a lot about how much they have been through together is my favourite moment. It really touched me, and was very well written.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The scene where Aralorn returns home is excellent. The revelation of her being surrounded by family is a real eye opener into her character, especially after being so isolated previously.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Aralorn believes her father is dead, it was really moving. It is very well written, emotional without being overly sentimental.

Any additional comments?

Again the narration is excellent. Katherine Kellgren does an excellent job of all the difficult language and characters. I really hope Patricia Briggs revisits this series in the future.