Lone wolf ; The grey

Monday, July 9, 2012
Jodi Picoult

“Ahh woooo, ahh woo woo woo” Can you decipher what that means? Well, maybe if you read the book, Lone wolf: a novel by Jodi Picoult or watch the movie, “The grey”, starring Liam Neeson,  you might be able to communicate with wolves. Both stories are about survival after traumatic accidents. Luke, the main character in “Lone wolf” reminisces about his life with his family of wolves and his “biological family” that includes a 17 year old daughter that was in the accident with him; an adult son that he’s been estranged from for over 6 years; and an ex-wife, while in a coma. The book is narrated by each family member as they cope with the possibility of “unplugging a life.” Through Luke’s narration, it’s evident that he prefers his wolf family. The characters in the movie are stalked by menacing wolves as the men try to survive in a harsh environment hoping that they will be rescued. Check our catalog for the book Check our catalog for the DVD. Geralyn Technical Services

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