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By Juliet Marillier | Comments: ( 545 ) | Date: ( Jan 18, 2020 )

The powerful and emotionally charged fantasy series from the author of the Sevenwaters novels continues, as Blackthorn and Grim face haunting secrets and old adversariesFeather bright and feather fine, None shall harm this child of mineHealer Blackthorn knows all too well the rules of her bond to the fey seek no vengeance, help any who ask, do only good But afterThe powerful and emotionally charged fantasy series from the author of the Sevenwaters novels continues, as Blackthorn and Grim face haunting secrets and old adversariesFeather bright and feather fine, None shall harm this child of mineHealer Blackthorn knows all too well the rules of her bond to the fey seek no vengeance, help any who ask, do only good But after the recent ordeal she and her companion, Grim, have suffered, she knows she cannot let go of her quest to bring justice to the man who ruined her life.Despite her personal struggles, Blackthorn agrees to help the princess of Dalriada in taking care of a troubled young girl who has recently been brought to court, while Grim is sent to the girl s home at Wolf Glen to aid her wealthy father with a strange task repairing a broken down house deep in the woods It doesn t take Grim long to realize that everything in Wolf Glen is not as it seems the place is full of perilous secrets and deadly liesBack at Winterfalls, the evil touch of Blackthorn s sworn enemy reopens old wounds and fuels her long simmering passion for justice With danger on two fronts, Blackthorn and Grim are faced with a heartbreaking choice to stand once again by each other s side or to fight their battles alone

  • Title: Den of Wolves
  • Author: Juliet Marillier
  • ISBN: 9780451467034
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Juliet Marillier

Juliet Marillier was born July 27, 1948 in Dunedin, New Zealand and grew up surrounded by Celtic music and stories Her own Celtic Gaelic roots inspired her to write her first series, the Sevenwaters Trilogy Juliet was educated at the University of Otago, where she majored in music and languages, graduating BA and a B Mus Hons Her lifelong interest in history, folklore and mythology has had a major influence on her writing.Juliet is the author of twenty historical fantasy novels for adults and young adults, as well as a book of short fiction Juliet s novels and short stories have won many awards Juliet lives in a 110 year old cottage in a riverside suburb of Perth, Western Australia When not writing, she is active in animal rescue and has her own small pack of needy dogs She also has four adult children and seven grandchildren Juliet is a member of the druid order OBOD the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids.

Comments Den of Wolves

  • Sh3lly ☽ Guardian of Beautiful Squids and Lonely Moons ☽

    Okay. This trilogy and I have a very rocky relationship. I was critical of both Dreamer's Pool and Tower of Thorns.Look, I realize that I am the unpopular opinion here. Everyone else seems to LOVE this - and I get it. It's written well. There are some good characters. GRIM is the BEST. I admit that much at least. Pffft.Blackthorn is MUCH better here. Her bitterness is toned down and there is more to her than her black and white revenge mind-set from books 1 & 2. I *really* wanted to like thi [...]

  • ♛ Garima ♛

    Before reading -Nov-16? OMGRequested ARC on netgalley, fingers crossed!After reading -Oh I'm going to miss these two!Amazing journey, great story & fantastic fantasy!Full review to come (may be)

  • Alyssa

    ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Den of Wolves by Juliet MarillierBook Three of the Blackthorn & Grim seriesPublisher: RocPublication Date: November 1, 2016Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC sent by the publisherSummary (from ):Feather bright and feather fine, None shall harm this child of mineHealer Blackthorn knows all too well the rules of her bond to the fey: seek no vengeance, help any who ask, do only good. But after the recent ordeal she and her companion, Grim, have suffered, s [...]

  • Mogsy (MMOGC)

    5 of 5 stars at The BiblioSanctum bibliosanctum/2016/11/01/Books that get the five star treatment from me often have an emotional component to them, which would probably explain why I have consistently given the novels in the Blackthorn & Grim series full marks. That’s because every single one of them has been a boatload of feels, and this third installment is no exception. In fact, Den of Wolves might be the most poignant and moving of them all. I’ve laughed and cried with these charact [...]

  • Dino-Jess ✮ The Book Eating Dinosaur ✮

    ❤ Grim ❤An Ode To Grim by Jess:I will love Grim forever and a day,Because not only does he believe in the fey,But he's strong, he's gentle, he's made for me,Come here Grim, I want to have your babies.❤ Grim ❤GRIM IS THE BEST. LOOK OUT RAAHOSH, GRIM IS COMING FOR YOU.Grim lives in my man-pasture and I love him so much it hurts.This was a beautiful finale to a lovely series. I cried several times because Grim is just so wonderful and Blackthorn was actually a decent human being this time a [...]

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads

    Reviewed by: Rabid ReadsDEN OF WOLVES picks up where TOWER OF THORNS left off. Blackthorn and Grim have returned to their cottage, Blackthorn curmudgeonly about her recent revelations and Grim silently and steadfastly enduring. Once again, their attempt at a quiet life is interrupted, this time by a young girl who has been thrust upon our Prince to chaperone for an indefinite period of time. The girl is a wild thing, despite being the only daughter of a widowed lord, and she escapes into the for [...]

  • Lindsay

    Blackthorn and Grim have come such a long way. From traumatized survivors of the evil Mathuin's torturous lockup, to broken people doing their best to help people while under a powerful Fey's curse, to two people gradually realizing that they have something to live for after all.In this book, Grim is called upon to help build a magical house for a nearby nobleman, but his involvement threatens to uncover a great wrong done long ago and covered up. Meanwhile Blackthorn is also dealing with the no [...]

  • Justine

    An absolutely perfect ending (or maybe not the end?) to a truly masterful trilogy. Honestly, reading Marillier's books makes you realise how good fantasy can be. This book is definitely going on my favourites shelf for 2016.I would rate the series as a whole as a strong 5 stars, with each book showing progressively more depth and development for both story and characters, and consistently top notch writing throughout. Blackthorn and Grim is one of my favourite series to date and highly recommend [...]

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  • Lisa - (Aussie Girl)

    Juliet Marillier is the Queen of beautifully written and unique Celtic fantasy tales and Den of Wolves the final in the Blackthorn and Grim trilogy again leaves no doubt of this. Although this instalment does take its time as it slowly unwinds the story of the secrets of the Heartwood House and the mysterious residents of Wolf Glen, it is the resolution of the relationship between fiery and damaged Blackthorn and her stalwart protector Grim where Marillier's writing shines. She again highlights [...]

  • Sofia Teixeira

    Já todos sabem que adoro Juliet Marillier. Aliás, os mais atentos e os que seguem o blogue há mais tempo (daqui a quatro meses já faz nove aninhos) sabem que o Bran, do BranMorrighan, muito se deve ao seu livro O Filho das Sombras (o segundo da trilogia de Sevenwaters). Uma conjugação enorme de factores e simbologias levaram a que desse o nome que dei ao blogue, mas anterior a isso era a minha admiração pela escrita da autora. Confesso, depois da Trilogia de Sevenwaters (muito antes de t [...]

  • Rosie

    As estrelas denunciam o prazer desta leitura!E lá vou eu repetir-me…Para mim ler Juliet é como gostar de algodão doce ou do cheiro da relva recentemente cortada ou do ar a maresia ou do eterno encanto de um pôr do sol.Apraz-me o formato, o fio condutor, as pontas soltas intrigantes. Sinto o meu coração leve, sinto-me transportada pela mão para a “Terra do Nunca”.Fico irremediavelmente presa às personagens carismáticas e parece-me sempre que poderia haver mais e mais histórias sob [...]

  • Kate Forsyth

    The final book in Juliet Marillier’s latest magical historical trilogy, Den of Wolves wraps up the story of Blackthorn and Grim beautifully. It draws together the familiar narrative strands of Blackthorn’s quest for justice and her fear of drawing too close to anyone with the situation of a young woman who does not seem to fit into her world. Blackthorn is a wise woman who has suffered terribly in the past, and Grim is her huge but gentle sidekick who worships the ground she walks on. Their [...]

  • Sarah

    I have absolutely loved Juliet Marillier's Blackthorn and Grim series, it really has got better with every book and as much as I'm sad that we've reached the end the last instalment Den of Wolves was everything I could have hoped for.This story is a little different to the previous two because Blackthorn and Grim spend a lot of their time apart from each other. Grim has agreed to take on a difficult building job and it means working a lot of long hours and coming home late at night and exhausted [...]

  • Maraia

    Juliet Marillier at her best! My heart is happy.

  • Ângela

    Mais uma história fantástica, cheia de acção, uma boa dose de mistério, magia, amizade, lealdade e finalmente, justiça.Esperava um fim mais emocionante, com mais revelações ou quiçá uma promessa de continuação.Pode ser que a autora não fique por aqui e continue a dar mais aventuras a esta dupla fantástica, e quem sabe até lhes dê a oportunidade de expandirem a família. "Quem é esta mulher? De cabelo cor de fogo Olhos sábios como os de uma coruja Mãos fortes como as de um guer [...]

  • Hollis

    " even the bitterest, angriest, most wounded woman in all Erin could learn to love again."Oh god, this series. This author. This story. Coming back to this world, to these words, was like coming home. Marillier is unparalleled in her ability to weave Irish folktales and magic and fantasy like the very druids she sprinkles her stories with. And the tale of DEN OF WOLVES might have been the best in this series. However, it was, at it's heart, a story that was heartbreaking and tragic. It also had [...]

  • Ian

    After being missing for 15 years, Bardán stumbles back into Wolf Glen, searching for his lost treasure. But after being trapped in the land of Faerie he is both filthy and deranged and has no memory of the thing he lost, only that he is there for revenge. All those years ago the overlord at Wolf Glen, Tóla had contracted Bardán to build him a Heartwood House, a magical Fae house that will bestow good luck upon the owner, but since his disappearance the house has fallen into ruin. Desperate fo [...]

  • Anya

    Lovely and addicting as the first two! Pretty sure there will be more too, which I hadn't been expecting but really really want.

  • Emma

    I need this book nooooooow!Hhhmmm"Den of Wolves" huh? I like itPool = water, Tower = air, Den = earth??

  • Dragana

    Den of Wolves was a satisfying conclusion to the Blackthorn & Grim series. I really like this series. It has a constant quality, depth of characters and wonderful writing. My only problem was that I guessed the solution to the mystery almost from the start and was sometimes bored when they struggled to solve it.

  • Lisa

    Review from Tenacious Reader: tenaciousreader/2017/0Den of Wolves was a wonderful conclusion to the Blackthorn and Grim trilogy. If you read the first two, you can expect more of Marillier’s fluid prose, that quickly brings emotional connections to characters in a way that just feels simple and natural. The style of her writing just flows, and I honestly can’t pinpoint how it works so much better than other authors, but the end result is characters and events just feel like an honest folktal [...]

  • Katie Michaels

    This book gave me everything I wanted to wrap up the trilogy of Blackthorn and Grim. Sadly, when I started, I didn’t realize this was the last story in the series, but by about halfway through, I had no doubts. These characters have come so far, their relationship forged in fire. Finally, here, we see the fruit of all their labors, the light at the end of the tunnel. There’s just one more set of trials they must endure before they get there.A teenage girl, Cara, has been sent away by her fat [...]

  • Diane

    I'll do a real review closer to release date, but I think this finale is the best of the Blackthorn & Grim series for a number of reasons. No spoilers, just general feelings:- the two extra POV characters in this one were far more likable than in the previous books. Throughout this series my main issue has been that the POV's outside Blackthorn or Grim were merely ones I tolerated, but in this I enjoyed Cara and Bardan.-the steady character development of both Blackthorn and Grim that has be [...]

  • Xana

    Juliet Marillier é, sem dúvida, a melhor autora de fantasia.Esta trilogia tem uma qualidade que iguala a 1ª que li dela (e a mais conhecida) Sevenwaters.Adorei Blackthorn, adorei Grim E este livro envolveu-me totalmente!!Aconselho!!

  • Paige

    Juliet Marillier better keep writing books forever because I literally will never get enough of her stories. Each book feels like it was written especially for my tastes. Den of Wolves and the entire Blackthorn and Grim series is no exception. Such a satisfying ending to the trilogy. I love love love these characters and how they've grown together. Beautifully written and imagined. Something I will be forever aspiring to.

  • Emily

    The third Blackthorn & Grim book is the best one yet, which is why it's a shame that this ends the series. Because I'm incapable of pure joy, I have some gripes about the plot and character developments - but I also had a great time reading this and could not put it down. This is a four-star read because I know, intellectually, that this book is wrapped up far too neatly, but the other side of my brain is busy with ALL THE FEELS (or whatever the kids say these days). I don't think this is Ma [...]

  • Satima

    I was chuffed to receive an ARC of this novel, as it was penned by one of my favourite authors. Den of Wolves, the third book in the Blackthorn and Grim series, brings the adventures of this unlikely pair to a close. It does not, however, altogether preclude the publication of further novels featuring Blackthorn, healer and wise woman, and her only friend in the world, the quiet but reliable Grim. In book one,Dreamer's Pool, we saw the pair escape from jail, where they had been incarcerated by t [...]

  • Ceillie

    The whole time I was reading this, I kept feeling this this almost became a continuation of the Sevenwaters series. Read my full review here!

  • Magda Pais

    Depois d'O Lago dos Sonhos e d'A Torre de Espinhos, foi com um amargo na boca que comecei a leitura deste último volume da trilogia Blackthorn & Grim.Por um lado queria muito chegar ao fim e perceber se Blackthorn tinha conseguido cumprir as regras impostas pelo seu amigo Conmael e se, ao mesmo tempo, tinha percebido (sozinha) que o que a une a Grim é muito mais do que ela pensa. Não vou, obviamente, dar-vos as respostas a estas questões, bastando que vos diga que o livro não desilude e [...]

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