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Part Wild

One Woman's Journey With A Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs
Terrill, Ceiridwen (Book - 2011 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
Part Wild


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"Part Wild is the unforgettable story of Ceiridwen Terrill's journey with a creature whose heart is divided between her bond to one woman and her need to roam free. When Terrill adopts a wolfdog--part husky, part gray wolf--named Inyo to be her protector and fellow traveler, she is drawn to Inyo's spark of wildness; compelled by the great responsibility, even danger, that accompanies the allure of the wild: and transformed by the extraordinary love she shares with Inyo, who teaches Terrill how to carve out a place for herself in the world."--P. [2] of jacket.
Authors: Terrill, Ceiridwen, 1970-
Title: Part wild
one woman's journey with a creature caught between the worlds of wolves and dogs
Publisher: New York :, Scribner,, 2011
Edition: 1st Scribner hardcover ed
Characteristics: x, 274 p. ;,24 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Ceiridwen Terrill
Summary: "Part Wild is the unforgettable story of Ceiridwen Terrill's journey with a creature whose heart is divided between her bond to one woman and her need to roam free. When Terrill adopts a wolfdog--part husky, part gray wolf--named Inyo to be her protector and fellow traveler, she is drawn to Inyo's spark of wildness; compelled by the great responsibility, even danger, that accompanies the allure of the wild: and transformed by the extraordinary love she shares with Inyo, who teaches Terrill how to carve out a place for herself in the world."--P. [2] of jacket.
ISBN: 9781451634815
1451634811
Branch Call Number: 636.7 T326p 2011
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Report This Jan 09, 2012
  • cardigramma rated this: 2.5 stars out of 5.

This is a difficult book for me to comment on. I have trained dogs for over 30 years and talked with the local "wolf-dog" people so I knew from the beginning that her experience wouldn't be a happy one. The writing style is very easy to read and she holds your interest. BUT, how she could buy into the PR of the wolf-dog people without doing any other research is amazing to me. The research that she cites adds a lot to the story. It is just unfortunate that she did it after she got the wolf-dog.

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