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PASSION AND VENGEANCE BEYOND THE STARS!The man killed his family and was responsible for the genocide of his people. Ashton Chayton wants revenge! And he has unique, superhuman powers to help him get it. Not to mention more wealth and power than governments or kings.But is his target the real villain? Or a hero mistakenly accused?Will Ash kill the wrong man? Will Lindha, tPASSION AND VENGEANCE BEYOND THE STARS!The man killed his family and was responsible for the genocide of his people. Ashton Chayton wants revenge! And he has unique, superhuman powers to help him get it. Not to mention more wealth and power than governments or kings.But is his target the real villain? Or a hero mistakenly accused?Will Ash kill the wrong man? Will Lindha, the love of Ash’s young life, become a victim of the sadistic genius Admiral Neopol while Ash is away on his mission of vengeance? Can Ash save a world fallen victim to a vicious plague? Ultimately, can he even save himself?The answer to those questions lies somewhere in the vast spaces between planets. And the Red Wolves of Opan may deliver the final verdict. Wolf Revenge” is the sequel to “Wolf Dawn.” Enjoy the continuing nail biting adventure of love, spaceship chases, plagues, alien planets, mind-control and the wonderful Red Wolves of Opan....

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Number of Pages : 330 Pages
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wolf revenge Reviews

  • Alexander Bradley
    2019-04-14 15:47

    With a much faster and more involving start than its predecessor it expands the author’s worlds beyond a mere young man and into a galaxy of corruption and betrayal. The story continues to new heights, more great characters, tasteful romance and plenty of crazy action. If you haven't read the first one I would whole heartily recommend you do. This book builds on the relationships and plots that are currently running wild in the authors head and brings them to life with detailed descriptions of some wonderfully thought out planets and intense situations. The variety of characters and scenes ensures that you are constantly learning about the world and never tire of one location or character.The politics get increasingly more important by the end, unfortunately leaving you with more questions than answers. Something to look forward to when the third book comes knocking on your door.A must read for anybody who enjoys experiencing a unique and perilous galaxy full of charming characters in dire need of a little bit of good luck.

  • Cam
    2019-04-05 07:31

    I was lucky enough to get my hands on the second book of the series Forsaken Worlds, Wolf Revenge,by Susan Cartwright. The Wolf Dawn has the foundation of the series. The sequel, Wolf Revenge, continue the story in a more alert tempo with all kind of elements: conflicts, mystery, greed, politics, corruption, mind control, surprise, anxiety, terror and last but not least romance.The question that will nag the reader from start to the end will be: Will Ash have the chance to confront Neopol?Everything in the story is told with precision, with detailed presentations. The characters do not hesitate to give you their opinions and thoughts, which I find very entertaining since we don’t have to wait for another character’s POV after the book is written and published. The author likes to play with the patience of the reader. She just gives a piece to stimulate the reader’s brain, giving somewhat a sense of knowledge of what will happen next, then everything is turning, it tips over, making you eagerly to want and to know, right at that moment, what is the outcome. This will keep you with book in your hand long after midnight.The story is sprinkled with romance and humorous elements.The author creates distinct characters with personalities well defined and contrasted with each other that are forced to work in unusual circumstances. The force of the main character, Ash, is amazing and I’m not talking about physical force. The author manages to create a complex protagonist with unique qualities. On the other hand, the negative character in the story, Neopol, is also complex. Sometimes, when an author creates another complex character it tends to be distracting but in this case, this two characters are in contrast, the antithesis of right and wrong gives the internal and external relationships conflicts, strength and richness. The level of author’s versatility in creating her characters is amazing. She is peeling away every layer of the character’s essence, exposing the innermost thoughts, leaving you amazed by the strong inner conflict inside one’s mind. The path of the story is described with a real talent, building suspense specific to Science Fiction thriller.The worlds she creates are original and realistic. She manages to have technical elements that make sense even if they are futuristic. Interplanetary conflicts and politics are driven by power; mad people in highest places with the sinister agendas and interests in a world of greed, manipulation and deprivation are ready to use everyone to see their purpose done or just for entertain themselves.I cannot spoil the surprise of the story but I can't help myself soo I have a little teaser: you’ll be surprised about Janson, the aide of Admiral Neopol Jones. You are not expecting what is coming, I tell you that. I loved the part when we finally find out what’s with Janson.If I recommend this book to Sci-Fi people? Definitely.I think I would recommend this book to everyone who has an open mind, even if you like paranormal books, horror, fantasy or romance or any genre/subgenre and you can appreciate a good book, a gem.To the author: You are an amazing writer. I hope you will not keep us waiting too long for the next book.

  • Darlene
    2019-04-17 08:52

    I have just read the most satisfying Science Fiction book EVER! This was book two (usually the second books are less satisfying). I had to read it right away. Not that the first book left me hanging. I just didn't want to let go of the characters. The characters are flaw real human, or not, accordingly, relatable. The plot was fantastic, well laid out with twists and turns, some expected some not. The writing was well done with fewer errors than what seems to be the norm lately.When was the last time you flew into outer-space and stayed there in the book, visiting foreign planets, meeting new lands? How great, it seemed to me, that I was reading the first book in this series, when I learned of the death of my hero, Neil Armstrong!Now I have to admit that when I started this series it fulfilled only one of my recent reading requirements, it was written by a womyn. Unfortunately, it didn't fulfill the next, a strong fem main character. Had that been worked out I would have gladly figured a way to give this book, these books, 10 stars instead of the measly five. But after all I have been reading male sci-fi my whole life. What male can say he has given that much to the fem leads? It isn't that I like a male lead. It is that it is RARE to find that fem led book. I think we are moving in that direction but not fast enough. Anyway, there are strong females (note the spelling for they are still subservient to men in this book) and the author let us see from their viewpoint every now and then. And I did like the male lead. I felt empathy for him and cheered him on in his adventures.The author touched on many levels of the human psyche, finding areas of hurt and pain that many people have gone through, without ever having a place of healing. This book does offer a healing all the while keeping to a story.Amazing. Satisfying. Healing.

  • Chloe (Girl In The Woods Reviews)
    2019-04-15 14:53

    Lovely, fantastic and exciting you never know when the next book will hit you! Susan Cartwright's Wolf Dawn brings another incredible read, Wolf Revenge! Like the first, it was heart-pumping as I delved into the story and found my mind aching for more. The author has dipped a spoonful into a new insight of Science Fiction and Fantasy. At the end of the day, I loved this book!

  • Ilona
    2019-04-06 08:46

    This book was an excellent finish to the story started in Wolf Dawn. I really enjoyed it and feel that there will be more stories with these characters :D

  • Allan Dyen-Shapiro
    2019-04-01 12:52

    In this sequel to Wolf Dawn, Ash, the prince of a world in which all other inhabitants perished to genocide, has now grown up and is living with his beloved. Yet, he has not accomplished the goal of killing the man he thinks responsible for that genocide and the later death of his mother. The reader already knew the man was falsely accused; the real villain was Admiral Neopol Jones.This sequel to me does advance the plot and do everything book #2 in a fantasy-like (albeit science fiction-influenced) series should--some stories are resolved, others point the way to book #3. It does so continuing the transparent prose style of book #1--writing that gets out of the way of the storytelling rather than the flowery stuff that abounds in fantasy. However, it also does two other things that are the true reasons to read this book. One is to construct a highly readable villain. Standard advice on villains in fiction is to humanize them in order to avoid making them cartoons. Cartwright completely ignores this advice, getting away with it by making her villain a sociopath. Neopol Jones fashions himself a scholar of human behavior and all its variations on all post-Earth colonial worlds. His specialty is finding the breaking point of any human in response to physical or psychological torture. As second in command to the leader of the universe, he has quite an army of assistants, the coolest being scientists who have developed means of implanting alternate personality memes surgically into the heads of those who one wants to control. Also very interestingly, the satisfaction Jones derives from torture is sexual in nature; his best approximation of sexual bliss comes from learning how to torture a particularly resistant victim.Twisted? Yes, but with a twist--this author has decades of experience as a psychiatric nurse working with very disturbed patients. Neopol is but one example of what this author does best, using fiction to explore psychology.No character in this book escapes the author's professional background. Motivations, sublimations, response to stress--all explored, within both genders and mutliple personality types. How cool to explore a God complex in one who has the fantasy power of migrating his soul into other people and animals and becoming omniscient? Or depression in not just one but multiple victims of extreme sexual abuse, and healing of that depression? The most unique aspect of this novel (and series) is that it fulfils all criteria for being a romance. Full disclosure--I am an active member in Romance Writer's of America and I very much like seeing romance elements incorporated into nontraditional vehicles for it. I love it when hero and heroine win and end up in each others arms. Apparently Cartwright likes this too. And just as in music where beauty cannot be experienced without tension (for extremes of exploration, see John Cale's best work both during and after his Velvet Underground days), one can't really appreciate a romance except in the context of, for lack of a better word, antiromance. What is more antiromance than a sociopath who gets off on creative torture? A prince who can become a wolf and be consumed by murderous bloodlust--and that's the hero! A priestess and religious leader who endures sexual torture in one part and prostitutes herself in another, all to save the life of her beloved? A very deep exploration of human psychology, well couched in a fast-paced science fiction fantasy that allows you to enjoy the story and then go back and sit and think about it. Highly recommended.

  • adam-p-reviews
    2019-04-24 07:44

    Wolf Revenge is the second book in Susan Cartwright’s epic The Forsaken Worlds series. The novel picks up the plot straight after Wolf Dawn and sees our hero Ash, the Trueborn, set out on his mission to kill Larren Forseth- the man wrongly accused of killing Ash’s race! Ash tracks Larren down on the planet of Kalar and with the help of his love Lindha, sets off on his journey to the planet that is currently under quarantine.On the planet’s surface, Larren Forseth is doing all he can to help the people of Kalar against the plague that has rapidly spread over the world. Larren came to Kalar five years ago in the hope of finding Ash and Ash’s mother. Larren needs to explain to them that he was framed for the genocide of Ash’s race by the evil genius that is Admiral Neopol Jones. Larren has no idea that the much older, stronger and revengeful Ash is coming to hunt him down!Luckily, Larren manages to overpower Ash and convinces him that he is not his true enemy. Larren lets Ash mind-touch him and read his thoughts, proving that Neopol killed the Delians. After the experience of mind-touch, Ash and Larren become like brothers as they have shared their minds, thoughts, memories and bodies together. Larren agrees to help Ash gain the revenge he seeks against Neopol and with the help of a vision, forms a plan to kill the serpent-like Admiral Jones!What the two new friends don’t realise is that Neopol has finally tracked them down! Neopol knows that together Ash and Larren are too powerful to capture. Instead, Neopol goes for the one thing that will bring Ash to his knees and that is Lindha! Ash and Larren must find a way to finally kill the evil Neopol before he tortures or murders Ash’s beloved Lindha. But, will the two heroes do it in time? Or will the cunning Neopol finally capture Ash and Larren?This was another great read from Susan Cartwright! I think the reason I love this series so much is because of the technology and worlds Cartwright creates in her novels. I think this is most apparent in her small paragraphs that start each new chapter. Each of these gives a little bit of background from the world Cartwright creates (I believe it’s called Fluff?) and helps fill you in on past events which you may not have known otherwise. In addition, the detail in describing the planet of Opan and its atmosphere and animals really makes the book great to read. This is because the detail makes the world seem much more real and believable. I also really liked the story, especially the end and the fact Ash and Larren teamed up to take on Neopol. I’ll admit that I didn’t enjoy the book as much as I did with Wolf Dawn. I think this was because I liked Ash a lot less in this novel, as his wolf side seemed to take over a lot, making him irritable and irritating! Nevertheless, the book was still a great read and I can’t wait for the next instalment in the series!I would suggest this book to anyone who is a fan of Susan’s other book Wolf Dawn. I’d also suggest this book to anyone that is a fan of Seth Garnell’s futuristic novel The Freedom Club or if you are a fan of sci-fi novels and want to try something new.For more book reviews check out http://adam-p-reviews.blogspot.co.uk/

  • Allen
    2019-04-23 09:26

    Book 2 of the Forsaken Worlds series, starts where Wolf Dawn left off. Even though it is listed as a sequel, it is recommended that you read the first book before this one. There are references to Wolf Dawn that are not explained but there is an excellent glossary that defines all the characters and places so if you get lost you can refer to that. The table of contents are linked, so you can go directly to anything listed in the TOC. The ending promises a sequel to this book, but this book's ending is more "graceful" by not leaving one in such a cliff hanger as Wolf Dawn.Without giving away any spoilers the plot follows the title. Sub-plots lend to the story and are well written. This is definitely a Sci-Fi Fantasy story. The sex scenes are handled well, unlike many romances, without being explicitly erotic.I found some errors but Susan Cartwright is very good at making the corrections and reposting the book.All in all I enjoyed Wolf Revenge more than Wolf Dawn and am looking forward to this author's next sequel.

  • Les
    2019-03-26 11:38

    I have been waiting for this book to come out and it did not disappoint. The last three chapters blew me away. What a FANTASTIC story, and utterly satisfying revenge. Ash, our hero raised by the Red wolves of Opan, still has too many pragmatic wolf traits which cause him trouble in the human world. Larren Forseth, the ex-policeman is a new main character. Once again there is a fantastic love story and tasteful sex scenes in this book - but romance is not the main story arch. A number of plot threads come together in Wolf Revenge with satisfying completion.

  • Alexis
    2019-04-20 12:53

    Once again I find that I've rewritten this review several times because all I want to do is gush about the parts I loved, but my review keeps ending up being one big spoiler. So, to remedy this, I'm going to try to keep it short and sweet. The characters are real to me and I think that's the biggest compliment any book can be paid. When the characters come to life people start to love them and hate them and love who they love and hate who they hate.

  • Norma Reasor
    2019-04-02 09:48

    Disappointing I only gave this book three stars because it, too, ended in a cliffhanger. Written 2012, it doesn't seem likely that anymore books are on the horizon. There were supposed to be two more books in this series, so it's like reading half a book, and find the rest of it doesn't exist.

  • Donna
    2019-04-01 08:45

    Just another fantastic read. I loved Wolf Dawn and Wolf Revenge book 2 did not disappoint me. The Characters to me felt so real while I was reading, the twists and turns where great, the romance was tasteful. Look forward to reading more from this author, Susan Cartwright is a great story teller.

  • Ashton
    2019-04-18 12:52

    This is the second book in the Forsaken Worlds series by new author Susan Cartwright, and I have to say she has improved as an author immensely! The first book (Wolf Dawn) was great fun, but not completely "polished" the way this one is. An excellent step forward for this energetic author. I look forward to seeing what she does next!

  • Helen
    2019-04-01 12:43

    I read this under difficult conditions over many months - lost the plot a few times and had to come back to it, so wished I could have read this in one go. But it was great, a ferocious ending for Neopol, not for the squeamish. I find the surprises and twists that Sue has written in wonderful.

  • Kathy Harrington
    2019-03-25 13:53

    Very well written book. I like that it leaves it open for another but does not have the typical "cliff hanger" ending. If you never read another of the books you would be fine. Again, it is not a quick read of a book. It did take a couple days to get through it but it was so worth it.

  • Julie
    2019-04-05 12:50

    This book didn't grip me the way its predecessor did

  • Susan Cartwright
    2019-04-21 13:54