The Pact of the Wolves

The Pact of the Wolves A new girl at school A secret society A gray zone between human and beast When year old Bianca arrives at her new boarding school she is startled to hear that its history includes rumors of witchc

  • Title: The Pact of the Wolves
  • Author: Nina Blazon Sue Innes
  • ISBN: 9781554511358
  • Page: 142
  • Format: Paperback
  • A new girl at school A secret society A gray zone between human and beast When 16 year old Bianca arrives at her new boarding school, she is startled to hear that its history includes rumors of witchcraft and torture The building itself rests on the foundation of a medieval convent with a troubled past There is also a secret society, whose members begin to harass her A new girl at school A secret society A gray zone between human and beast When 16 year old Bianca arrives at her new boarding school, she is startled to hear that its history includes rumors of witchcraft and torture The building itself rests on the foundation of a medieval convent with a troubled past There is also a secret society, whose members begin to harass her Then one night she stumbles over the body of a dead woman.With the help of her friend Nicholas, Bianca begins to piece together the story of the mysterious woman and the convent s disturbing history But Bianca can t shake the feeling she is being followed She soon realizes she can t trust anyone not even Nicholas.Using elements of the thriller and gothic novel, as well as hints of fantastic and historical fiction, Nina Blazon brings something new to the crime genre Set in the present but summoning the dark and disturbing atmosphere of medieval times, the book s crisp language, unexpected plot twists and cast of untrustworthy players result in a spellbinding, unforgettable reading adventure.

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    About “Nina Blazon Sue Innes

    • Nina Blazon Sue Innes

      Nina Blazon was born in Slovenia the former Yugoslavia in 1969 As a child growing up in the Bavarian town of Neu Ulm, Nina enjoyed exploring the forbidden woods in search of dinosaurs, werewolves, and monster deer with the other children in town Given her taste for adventure and strange creatures, it is no surprise that Nina s favorite childhood books include the works of Astrid Lindgren Pippi Longstocking and The Neverending Story by Michael Ende These books served as an inspiration to Nina as she began writing poetry and stage plays at the age of 13 Despite a lack of encouragement from her parents, Nina pursued a work placement in journalism and began to further develop her craft She credits the books of Theodore Sturgen as a major influence on her writing, and lives by her own advice of Never forget your notebook as she often finds herself inspired by ordinary people doing everyday things In her novel The Pact of the Wolves Spring 2008 , Nina explores her fascination with secret societies, which she supplements with historic facts from a 17th century German witch trial two dark, mysterious topics that create an eerie backdrop for her cast of spellbinding characters Today Nina Blazon lives with her husband in Stuttgart, Germany 80 kilometers 50 miles from the Black Forest She enjoys traveling through Scandinavia, history, cinema, riding, and undoubtedly exploring the woods in search of dark creatures and bone chilling adventures



    879 thoughts on “The Pact of the Wolves

    • Translated from German. Story about a girl who gets accepted into a boarding school and then becomes harrassed by the exclusive club from the school. Also becomes embroiled in a mystery when she finds a dead body in the library. Had high hopes for this book, but perhaps the translation was off. The writing was very dry and there were several flaws that made reading it less enjoyable.


    • Yet another recent publication that is probably getting low ratings due to being marketed to fans of Twilight et al teen paranormal romances. This is an interesting an unusual story, but do NOT pick it up expecting werewolves and make-out scenes. There are some ambiguously supernatural elements, but it is primarily a mystery.


    • Wow! This book had me a little scared. When I read fiction, I get sucked in and I become the character. So all the spooky, scary or upsetting things that happened to the main character Bianca, happened to me. This is the last book that I received from Annick Press's Spring Catalogue that I hadn't yet read. I was putting it off because I was having second thoughts about if I'd like it. Now I wish I'd read it right away! It's an average size teen novel at just over 200 pages and has a very interes [...]


    • The book has everything to be good: mystery, secret society, youth, murder, boarding school, mysterious guys, but Blanka is going to go a boarding school. The building is a former convent. Inside the building there is a museum with some objects from time when the nuns were judged and sentence for witchcraft. There is a secret society at this boarding school: The Wolves who always welcomes new students. But they deal with Blanka in a different way, as if they did not wanted her to stay at school. [...]


    • I'm not really sure how to categorize this one, genre wise. There are paranormal and mystery/thriller elements, there is witchcraft and secret societies and a boarding school. But it's not a paranormal romance, so don't expect any sexy teen girl/wolf makeout scenes. I really didn't know what was going on until the end, and I won't give it away if this intrigues anyone. The language is somewhat stilted, which may be an effect of translation from the German, but a compelling and original story non [...]


    • The Pact of the Wolves by Nina Blazon but translated by Sue Innes is gripping tale about sorcery and secret society called The Wolves.Can Bianca trust anyone and what is the secret society really after? I love how this murder mystery has a gothic twist with sorcery,torture and a secret society thrown in. This book will haunt you till you finish because it`s so good that you won`t want to put it down. I reccomend this to people who enjoy reading gothic sort of novels or murder mysteries.


    • I wanted to like this more. One, it's a book in translation and I enjoy reading things from other cultures. Two, it's got something going on with a wolf-thing that you have to read to the end to see what's going on. Except when I got there everything went up in smoke and I didn't really know what was going on. That's annoying.


    • This book was so all over the place. I don't know if it is because it was translated from German or if it was the writing. The book didn't get interesting until 2/3 through. The main character had so many issues and kept snapping at everyone for no reason. I do not recommend this book. The time spent reading it will never come back.


    • On an afternoon after I'd exhausted myself ripping wild grapevines out of my garden, this book was a welcome escape. I fell into the story and stayed there right through supper, bathtime, and bedtime. I was expecting a cheesy teenage love subplot, but instead there's a gothic mystery, complete with mysterious hauntings, fear, and misdirection. Great fun.


    • A very intense book with a fantastic concept and well-paced plot line. My problems with it were that the language was a little too childish and unimaginative for my liking, and that there were one or two loose ends that never got tied up.



    • 4 SterneDas ließ sich zügig durchlesen und war überraschend spannend und creepy, lediglich gegen Ende wurde es eine Spur zu abstrus.


    • i loved the book i couldnt put it down sometimes. i want to know if there is a sequel or not. and id read it again



    • I really wanted to like this book more but I think something was lost in the translation for me. I had a hard time fully connecting with the characters.


    • Clearly something got let in translation. The dialogue was way too forced and I really didn't understand the point of the story. Disappointing, to say the least.


    • It was outstanding but i hated the ending. Something else would've happened and i wanted to know what happened to the other people on that building.




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