Audiobook Review: Wulfe Untamed (Feral Warriors #8) by Pamela Palmer

Wulfe Untamed - Pamela Palmer

My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com.

 

This is the final book in the Feral Warriors series. It has been an interesting ride so far and the ending was exactly what I expected from the series.  In this final story, we have Wulfe, probably the most damaged of all the feral warriors.  Not only is his scarred physically, he was also left emotionally scarred when his mate and the former radiant died.

 

The heroine of Wulfe Untamed is Natalie, who we met in a previous book when her, her friends and her blind brother, Xavier, were attacked by demons. She lost three of her friends that day. One friend is still alive and her brother is missing and never returned back to the mortal world (he has to stay with the ferals because they couldn't take his memories). Her and her surviving friend are missing a week of their life.  She is not the same person from before this incident and her fiance has noticed.

 

The warriors are still fighting the mages and the daemons.  The ferals are slowly becoming mortal and losing their ability to shift.  Kara is in bad physical shape from bringing all the bad ferals into their animals. Things look really bad for the warriors. I don't want to give away too much of the plot because I don't want to give away any spoilers.  Just know that this book is just as action packed as the rest of the series.

 

The story arc for this series wrapped up pretty well. From the way Pamela Palmer talked at a signing I was at early 2014, I don't think this is the last we will see of the characters of the Feral Warriors series. She wouldn't give details at that time, but I'm expecting to see them again.  Plus, there are characters that are just begging to have their story told. It will be interesting to see how she handles them, spinoff maybe??

 

Narration

Once again, Rob Shapiro continues to do a great job with the narration of this series. I never once questioned which character was speaking.  The men and women's voices were both done well.  He has made listening to this entire series very enjoyable.


I like to thank Tantor Audio for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

Source: http://www.hotlistens.com/wulfe-untamed-audiobook-by-pamela-palmer