Wolf’s Paradox

18048722by: Margaret Taylor

Published: June 2nd, 2013

ISBN: B00D553XE2

From Goodreads: Kathy Granite is not your ordinary writer. She’s a Weaver – a spinner of great tales and has the ability to write or rewrite the history of a world. Only one problem, she doesn’t know it. She’s spent the last six years telling the stories of people dragged to Earth from a variety of places by her Layren Protector, Ronon Wulfdrak.

Ronon has spent that same time keeping Kathy in the dark and only brought her people who simply want their story told. He’s carefully chosen who would appear and even though she’s become quite the sensation in our world, she’s clueless as to her effect on any others. Ronon aims to keep it that way and hopes she’s safely hidden from his own people. For, if anyone finds out what she really is, they will tear her apart to get at her power.


This book was awesome! I thought it was hysterical and it drew me in right from the very beginning. I’ve always loved books where the author is causing something or is involved in the story somehow. I think it’s so unique a concept and this one was better than any others with this kind of a situation. I loved the characters and I love the transformation Kathy goes through over the course of the story. I read it in almost one sitting because I didn’t want to stop. It’s a good sign when a book makes you want to ignore the rest of the world and this one succeeded. If you’re a fan of funny, fast-paced, well-written and interesting novels, then this is a good one for you. I’d recommend it to any fantasy fans. This is the second book I’ve read by this author and I loved both of them. I would be happy to read any books this author writes, so if there’s any more I hope I get a copy soon. 😉 Seriously, this is worth the read and I would definitely recommend it!

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Buy this from Amazon: Wolf’s Paradox (The Layren Series)

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