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The Wolf Road (MP3)
Written by:
Richard Lambert 
Read by:
Ross Dwyer 
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
6 hours 52 minutes 
MP3 size:
297 MB 
February 01 2022 
Available Date:
February 01 2022 
Age Category:
Young Adult (13+) 
Fiction; Fantasy Fiction; Mystery; Young Adult Fiction 
Bolinda audio 
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AUD$ 24.95
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Award winning author
Debut novel
UK Author

Longlisted UKLA Book Awards 2022
Longlisted The Carnegie Medal 2022

A tale of loss that is also a gripping thriller, a realistic study of grief that skirts the margins of fantasy, this story walks wolf-like between worlds and genres.

When 15-year-old Lucas survives the car accident that kills his parents, one memory stays with him – the wolf that caused the crash. Forced to leave his home and live with his Nan in the Lake District, Lucas struggles to adjust to his strange new world. And when he learns that a wild creature is killing livestock on the mountains, he knows it’s the wolf, that it’s come for him and that he must face it. But that means a confrontation with Nan, school bullies and the authorities. It also means going onto the high fells in a hunt that becomes a matter of life and death …

'A tale of loss that is also a gripping thriller. Bold, sinewy and uncompromising.'
Jonathan Stroud

'One of the most stunning books I've read in years. An astonishing exploration of grief and love and wildness.'
Hilary McKay, author of The Skylarks' War

'Compelling debut. Introduces a significant new voice – has something of the shock effect of Piers Torday’s There May Be a Castle and the raw force of Patrick Ness’s A Monster Calls.'
Sunday Times

'A haunting, involving study of compassion, wildness and family for teens.'
Literary Review

'A writer to watch, Lambert’s award-winning poetic pedigree stands out in the sparse, gut-punch power of his language.'

'Richard Lambert’s debut novel is phenomenally poised, from its shocking opening till its haunting final pages.'
Financial Times