Tuesday, July 24, 2018
A Review of Wolf Sanctuary: The Wolves of Speedwell Forge, by Chuck Rineer
I love wolves. All wolves. All things wolf. I couldn't pass up getting a chance to read this ARC from NetGalley, especially after I read the description.
Wolf Sanctuary is a snapshot of well, a wolf sanctuary. You'll get some details about the origins of it, which is a really unique and sweet story, and you get a sense of how important saving these animals is both from the text and how the photographer handles the up close and personal shots of the wolfies.
You'll also get some interesting facts about wolves overall, and neat stories about the lives of the individual animals from the Speedwell Forge Wolf Sanctuary. This is so much more than a photography book, but I want to stress that the photographs are just gorgeous-if that is the only reason you wanted to get this title, you'd be happy just with that. It's a collection of some of the most expressive wolf photos I've ever seen.
Overall, I just can't rate this book high enough. The message and the delivery of it are wonderful, and this would be a great gift for the wolf fan in your family (and we all have at least one because wolves are amazing). You can find the book at https://www.schifferbooks.com/wolf-sanctuary-the-wolves-of-speedwell-forge-6396.html