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The Wolverine’s Daughter is hard-tempered by her struggle to survive in the hostile Keturan mountains; she knows nothing of the Outlands, or of her father...or of the curse behind her puzzling clumsiness. But she’s about to find out what it means to visit those Outlands...and they’re about to find out what it means to have her.

Originally published by Baen

"When a sword and sorcery book begins with humor, it's fairly well guaranteed to be an excellent read.... This book whips along with impressive fight choreography, excellent background descriptions, and fascinating plotlines."


Kelyn of Ketura.

Daughter of a legendary warrior who left the mountains before she was born. Brave. Strong. Tempered by her struggle to survive in the hostile, craggy Keturan mountains. And plagued by moments of enormous and puzzling clumsiness.

"Find your father," the local wisewoman tells her. "To find your true self, find the Wolverine."

Angered by his abandonment, Kelyn doesn't care about her father--but the lure of adventure in the Out Lands calls to her, just as it called to the Wolverine before her, and she accepts the challenge.

New languages, new weapons. Magic. Witch hunts. The treacheries of civilization. She doesn't know just how much of a challenge it'll be.

"With this new book, Doranna Durgin ventures into classic sword & sorcery -- and turns the subgenre upside down..... I like Kelyn, who could kick Red Sonya's steel bikini-clad butt from introduction to epilogue. Fantasy fans in general will love this book, but it has extra appeal for feminists and for warriors of the female persuasion."
--Hypatia's Hoard

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Wolverine's Daughter
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January 30th, 2015
I quite liked this story. It was reasonably easy to read, with a pleasant, if not entirely novel plot. Preferred this to the Chanespell storyline. Once finished, I looked for the next book in the series, only to find it is a stand alone book.
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The Wolverine's Daughter
November 3rd, 2014
Really good. Grabs your attention at the start and keeps it all the way through. So much, that I wish there was a next book. Action, adventure, a little romance, "full meal deal".
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The Wolverines Daughter
July 19th, 2014
Written with passion and insight. Could not put it down. Good read!
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Wolverine s daughter
February 21st, 2014
Travel, quest and character, three things Doranna Durgin does very well, here to, and looking forward to the next part of the story.
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