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Joseph Bruchac is an Abenaki Indian. He is among the most respected and widely published Native American authors, with over 100 titles in print, including the popular Keepers of the Earth series and Lee & Low's Crazy Horse's Vision, which received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews. His YA novel, Wolf Mark, is a Westchester Young Adult Fiction Award winner. A Rockefeller Fellow and an NEA Poetry Writing Fellow, he was the 1999 recipient of the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition to writing, Bruchac is an editor at Greenfield Review Press, a literary publishing house he co-founded with his wife. He lives in Greenfield Center, New York.
Wolf Mark by Joseph Bruchac, is a good book, but by my point of view it's too long and predictable. The title of the book is a spoiler. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Red Raider Readers
I have not read this book, but my 13-year-old son could not put it down. To give you an idea of his tastes, just prior to reading Wolf Mark, he read Christopher Paolini's... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Marta Cappa
Well done unusual treatment of "werewolf" genre. I get tired of the same old assumptions about how werewolves act. Excellent.Published 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I received a copy of this galley, free, in exchange for my honest opinion.
Somehow this book got lost in the Netgalley pile (and the review was lost in the pile of written but... Read more
Luke, the teenage male protagonist of Wolf Mark, is an American Indian of the Abenaki tribe. His mother died some years ago, and he lives in a dilapidated trailer with his... Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by Kate McMurry
He had to pick a book for summer read for school, and begrudgingly chose this. However, once he got into it he loved it and couldn't put it down.Published on July 23, 2012 by jenn328