Due to COVID-19, orders may be delayed.

The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Wolf in Shadow by David Gemmell at Barnes & Noble. Wolf in Shadow John Lambshead Urban fantasy in one of the world’s greatest cities. I met him at WorldCon in San Antonio and we talked for over an hour about how an author brings passion into his writing. Jon Shannow, having recently rid the town of Allion of Brigands, arrives at the homestead of Donna Taybard, outside of Rivervale, where she lives with her son, Eric. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters.

I look forward to a sequel. Title: Wolf In Shadow Graphic Novel Author(s): David Gemmell ISBN: 0-09-927561-9 / 978-0-09-927561-9 (UK edition) Publisher: Orbit Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CA Amazon AU Wolf in Shadow by David Gemmell David Gemmel is a very tall, debonair Brit. Well written and full of humour.

Wolf in Shadow is a curious hybrid novel, combining the genres of fantasy, western, and post-apocalyptic fiction. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Thank you for your patience. Wolf in Shadow is an enjoyable page-turner, which takes a wry look at London and Londoners through the different layers of history magically shadowing the present. Wolf in Shadow is a book with so many ideas rolling around. So much happens, so many characters are introduced, that it feels at times like a mad dash to try and catch all of these ideas in your mind and ascertain exactly what is going on.

In real life, the Shadow Wolves are tactical patrol unit that's part of ICE and which uses a combination of traditional skills and technology to assist in … Rhian, a girl from the Welsh valleys on the run from tragedy and herself, finds a new home in the modern East End of London, where the world’s largest financial center spins a web of money and power from glistening towers of chrome and glass. Wolf in Shadow is a Jon Shannow novel written by David Gemmell, published in 1987. Gemmell described the novel as his love letter to his favourite writer, Louis L’Amour, and we can also detect Clint Eastwood’s Preacher from Pale Rider (released two years before Gemmell’s novel) and perhaps a far-off echo of Stephen King’s Gunslinger, Roland, from the Dark Tower series.