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The Wolf Gift

By: Anne Rice
Narrated by: Ron McLarty
Length: 17 hrs and 18 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Man or Monster? Anne Rice reinvented the vampire legend. Discover what she's done with the werewolf myth. After a brutal attack Reuben finds himself changing. His hair is longer, his skin is more sensitive and he can hear things he never could before. Now he must confront the beast within him or lose himself completely.

©2012 Anne O’Brien Rice (P)2012 Random House Audiobooks

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  • Jae
  • 30-04-2015

Mostly disappointed

Struggled with this title. I have loved Rice's work in the past but this felt very novice in comparison. The best part of the story comprises the last few chapters. Unfortunately I can't recommend this book. McLarty's performance is good & easy enough to listen to.

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  • Gillian crooks
  • 20-02-2018

Brilliant descriptive writing

This book is so good it’s my GO TOO book when I’m low, the fabulous voice of Ron and Anne’s writing marry with such rich perfection .
You absolutely must have this book and it’s sequel The wolves of midwinter... very beautiful exciting books.

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  • Michelle O'Dwyer
  • 23-04-2017

Drivel

I've loved Ann Rice for years but this is possibly the most boring book I've ever listened to.
Worst of all I downloaded the second book at the same time.
It only gets worse.
The audio doesn't make things any better with the most laughable English Accent.
Very disappointing 😱

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