The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf

Publisher: Walker Books

Review

In a post- apocalyptic world, the powers that be maintain the balance, preserving harmony between people and the environment. Those with an ability, known as 'Illegals', are considered a threat to the balance and must be controlled. To escape detention, Ashala Wolf lives in the woods with her tribe of illegals. When she is betrayed and captured, she must use all her strength to resist the authorities bent on extracting her special powers. Can the tribe survive the interrogation of Ashala Wolf?

The first in a four part series, this imaginative and engrossing story is a clever spin on the dystopian genre. Drawing on dream and fantasy, the author expertly creates a believable, alternative world featuring a strong, moral heroine. Utterly absorbing, this is a must read for sci-fi fans.

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