Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #4: Outcast (Paperback)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 4 in the Chronicles of Ancient Darkness series.
- #1: Hermano Lobo / Wolf Brother (Crónicas de la prehistoria / Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #1) (Paperback): $17.95
- #2: El Clan de la Foca / Spirit Walker (Crónicas de la prehistoria / Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #2) (Paperback): $17.95
- #3: Devorador de almas / Soul Eater (Crónicas de la prehistoria / Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #3) (Paperback): $17.95
- #5: El Juramento de Torak / Oath Breaker (Crónicas de la prehistoria / Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #5) (Paperback): $17.95
- #6: Chronicles of Ancient Darkness #6: Ghost Hunter (Paperback): $7.99
“Fast-paced and exciting adventure that will enthrall every reader.” —Erin Hunter, author of the New York Times bestselling Warriors series
Readers who love the Spirit Animals series will devour the fourth book in Michelle Paver’s bestselling fantasy series about friendship and survival.
For two moons Torak has hidden a terrible secret—and now it is revealed. He bears the mark of the Soul-Eater, and must pay the price. Cast out from the clans, he is alone and on the run: cut off from his best friend, Renn, and his beloved pack-brother, Wolf.
He flees to the haunted reed-beds of Lake Axehead, where he is hunted by the Otter Clan, taunted by the Hidden People, and, as soul-sickness claims him, he falls prey to an even greater menace. Tormented by secrets and broken trust, he uncovers a deception that will turn his world upside down
“Highly entertaining.” —New York Times Book Review
About the Author
Michelle Paver was born in central Africa, but moved to England as a child. After earning a degree in biochemistry from Oxford University, she became a partner in a London law firm, but eventually gave that up to write full-time.
Chronicles of Ancient Darkness arises from her lifelong passions for animals, anthropology, and the distant past. It was also inspired by her travels in Norway, Lapland, Iceland, and the Carpathian Mountains—and particularly by an encounter with a large bear in a remote valley in Southern California.