Nadya by Pat Murphy
The Wolf Chronicles

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Chronicles the adventures of Nadya, a wolf-woman in the American West, as she seeks a place to be wild and free and finds love, passion, and tragedy. By the author of the Nebula Award-winning The Falling Woman.

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Published November 1, 1996 by Tor Books. 382 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, History, Romance. Fiction

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Adolescent Nadya finds herself strongly attracted to a hunky neighbor, Rufus Jones, but one night Rufus and the other settlers, stirred up by whiskey and a mad preacher, insist on going to hunt wolves--the very night when Nadya and her parents undergo their transformation.

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Having come through great personal tragedy brought about by a trusting nature and her own burgeoning sexuality, Nadya befriends the more cultured Elizabeth and the prepubescent Jenny.

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When Nadya's father speaks Polish, or Elizabeth speaks French, or Nadya speaks the Native American trade tongue, the phrases just roll smoothly off her tongue.

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