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Sunday, September 6, 2020

Check It Out: The Wolf's Tooth

 




 
The Wolf's Tooth by J. Steven Lamperti 
Tales of Liamec #2
Young Adult Fantasy

What does it take to grow from boy to man in a magical kingdom filled with danger and trouble?

The boy who learns to use his small knife like a wolf’s tooth to defend himself and win his place in the pack has to find out.

The Wolf’s Tooth is the story of Twee, a youth adrift in a world beyond his understanding. Adopted by a wolf pack; Sold as a slave; Apprenticed to a blacksmith; Trained in courtly manners. Each step takes Twee further away from knowing who he really is and who he wants to be.

The young lion, the prince regent of the kingdom, thinks there is some connection between Twee and himself. Strong and powerful, the image of an aspiring king, but with a sneer that could curdle milk, he will stop at nothing to keep Twee from learning the truth about his past.

And who is Vix? The mysterious street urchin growing into a young woman. Granted mystical powers by her mother, will she stand in Twee’s way or become his biggest ally?

The Wolf’s Tooth, the symbol of Twee’s belief in his family and friends, is the only thing that stands between Twee, the Young Lion, and tyranny.



5 out of 5 fairies

The Wolf's Tooth will transport you to a time when magic was real. What starts off as a somewhat strange story quickly enthralls you. With enough twists to keep you guessing, a hero you can't help but love, and a villain that turns your stomach, you won't want to put this down. Although written for young adults, adults of all ages can easily enjoy it.





Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads

Check out book one: The Faerie Review, Amazon, Goodreads

About the Author: J. Steven Lamperti enjoys the weather and culture of the bay area in northern California, along with his wife Andrea, their three daughters, their dog Kai, and their two cats. Recently he left a long-time career as a computer programmer to pursue his lifelong ambition of writing.

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