The Wolven Pride

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Lycanthropes and Humans have always been embroiled in a constant, deadly conflict with one another. They have been fighting endlessly for the past six centuries; each hoping to exterminate the other. Now in the year 647, according to the Gaian Calender, one young wolf will set out to put an end to the conflict. Or at least, that is what he would have us believe… More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Fiction » Poetry » Epic
Words: 24,420
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301860999
About Siddhartha Chen Yuan Wen

Chen Yuan Wen is a young author who has gained significant popularity on deviant art since he started his account in February of 2012.

He continues to post literature and prose for free on his deviant art as a way of reaching out to his audience and to try and revitalise the art of creating words that can touch the heart.

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Review by: Melissa Cantu on Jan. 28, 2013 :
Excellent as always. The work is organized incredibly well, and the way it reads in near flawless! Definitely underselling yourself for only 1.99! :) As always a complete pleasure to read and like many of your others work always leaving one wanting more!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: George Joseph on Jan. 13, 2013 :
I have read this book along with much of the author's previous work and all of it has been to a brilliant standard. The author has a huge following in the literacy community and rightly so. This book shows skill, effort and creativity and is a great read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: George Joseph on Jan. 13, 2013 :
I have read this book along with much of the author's previous work and all of it has been to a brilliant standard. The author has a huge following in the literacy community and rightly so. This book shows skill, effort and creativity and is a great read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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