The Last Wolf
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About the Author
Maria Vale is a logophile and a bibliovore and a worrier about the world. Trained as a medievalist, she tries to shoehorn dead languages into things that don't really need them. She lives in New York with her husband, two kids and a long line of dead plants. No one will let her have a pet.
Her first book, The Last Wolf, was chosen by Library Journal and Amazon as a Best Book of 2018 and was a Rita finalist in the Paranormal Romance and Best Debut categories.
A Wolf Apart was chosen by Publishers Weekly as a Best Book of 2018, Forever Wolf was chosen by Booklist and Kirkus as a Best Book of 2019 and Season of the Wolf was named a Best Book of 2020 by Book Page, and Kirkus.
" Vale has created a world unlike any other that is full of mythical creatures and unlike any other stories I have read. I highly recommend THE LAST WOLF to anyone who loves a good paranormal romance that really stands out long after you read the last page." - Fresh Fiction
"Cleverly conceived and thoughtful story...The unique, believable world-building, flashes of humor, and Old Norse references make this exceptional debut of a promising series a solid choice for all paranormal readers and collections. " - Library Journal
"As Vale begins her The Legends of All Wolves series, her outstanding worldbuilding makes this sensuous tale of life and love in the Pack, a werewolf society, well worth reading. Spellbound readers will watch for the next installment, A Wolf Apart." - Booklist, STARRED review
"a terrific world filled with hierarchy, devotion and rituals...a[n] enchanting unusual story." - With Love For Books
"The dark, rich world of Vale's debut novel is instantly engaging, and will hold plenty of draw for fantasy and sci-fi readers, as well as readers of paranormal romance. Her wolf shifters have history and depth, and the individual members are all well crafted and compelling...the rich characters and their powerful connections still make this book a fascinating one that offers a good deal of promise for future books in this world." - RT Book Reviews