A Whisper of Wolves by Kris Humphrey | Book Review

  When a raven drops a white feather at the doorstep on the day of your birth, it is a symbol of your destiny. You are a Whisperer – a guardian of the wild. After many years of peace in the kingdom of Meridina, rumours are spreading of a planned invasion – could the demonic Narlaw be returning from the darklands? It is up to the Whisperers and their animal companions to defend Meridina, protect Princess Ona and stop the Narlaw from destroying their world.

When hunters from her village disappear without a trace, Alice suspects that something sinister is at work. With the help of Storm, her wolf companion, Alice fights to save her village. The Narlaw are on the attack and it’s up to the Whisperers to stop them…


  • Publish Date: March 2nd 2015
  • How I Got It: I received an eARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
  • Recommendation Level:4 moons
  • Genre: Children, Young Teen, Fantasy

What I think

A debut novel by British author Kris Humphrey A Whisper of Wolves is the first book in the thrilling Guardians of the Wild Series. Made for 9+ and early teens this is a fantastic and beautiful masterpiece.

The way in which Humphrey has created a whole new world- a fantasy land filled with magic and mystery is really spectacular. I think this is a lovely book that people of all ages can read as it is a brilliant tale of finding your inner self and saving the world from the bad guys plus it has magic, who doesn’t love magic! I imagine it might be a little bit scary for the younger readers but not to scary.

The characters were all very well written, the plot line was very fast paced and made the book that much more enjoyable to read.

This special book reminds me of the reasons that I fell in love with reading and no doubt will be the reason that so many children fall in love with reading in the future.

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