The Wolves of Midwinter is a 2013 novel written by gothic fiction novelist, anne Rice and is the second book in her series.
The New York Times, best Seller list for print and E-book fiction 2 and number 9 on the Hardcover Fiction list.
1, it debuted at number.New York City : Arthur Ochs Sulzberger,.Despite not having the intention for it to be a series, she found that she "wanted to continue it because I loved the characters and I loved the whole story leading to the creation.Fans will welcome Rices return to the realm of eccentric immortal predators.She also commented that she intends to write a third book in the series as the gift it looks good on you well.The whole thing seems like an excuse for Anne Rice to create her ideal version of a Catholic priest.5, the setting of the book is meant to emulate the home and atmosphere of the.All they do is protect the innocent, and kill the bad bad men.
It felt like someone was playing the Sims, and had been given the cheat code that gives you as much money as you want.
It is the beginning of December.San Francisco, California : Northern California Public Broadcasting.Second in Rices series the Wolf Gift, 2012) featuring a cultured pack of do-gooder werewolves.As he soon becomes aware that the Morphenkinder, steeped in their own rituals, are also celebrating the Midwinter Yuletide festival deep within Nideck forest.7, elizabeth Hand, writing for, the Washington Post, criticized the novel for offering "intriguing glimpses of the ancient history of the Morphenkinder and a tantalizing promise of darker revelations to come yet ultimately involving a plot that is "only a series of setpieces and occasional.In fact, one night, after Reubens wolf persona emerges involuntarily, he rescues a kidnapped little girl, then devours most of her captor.4, rice stated that, the Wolf Gift was originally meant to be a standalone book that had a full story.3, contents, background edit.He loves Felix and Margon and Stuart and Sergei and Frank and on and on and.
Her loving description of the marble creche figures would be well-suited to some bodice-ripper set during the holiday season.
Rice seems to be at her most content when she is describing the Christmas festival in the little town of Nideck, as well as the Yuletide Ball at Nideck Hall.