Scarred and traumatized ex-Marine Sergeant Joshua Cobb can no longer function amid normal civilization. He's retreated to the mountains of Alaska to live in solitude, where he can battle his personal demons in peace.
Life is harsh in the untamed wild, especially when he has to face other creatures who are also trying to survive. But the bears and wolves and other dangerous animals are no match for the two-legged variety who see Joshua as easy prey.
He has no idea that the injured wolf he rescues will become more than a companion. It will also save his life and show him a love he only believed was possible in fairy tales.
Because the wolf, Qitirin, is more human than anyone could imagine.
Would you try another book from Linda Mooney and/or Todd Van Linda?
What do you think the narrator could have done better?
The narrator was great
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Qitirin?
The production was terrible. Chapters are skipped, or repeated. Some portions are louder than the rest.
Any additional comments?
I couldn't finish it due to the production quality.