Two Wolves recalls the great adventure stories of Jack London but with the gritty realism of 21st-century story-telling. Gripping and unpredictable, with a hero you won't forget.
John Boyne, author of THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PYJAMAS
A high stakes adventure that will keep you guessing and breathless until the very end. A moving family drama about the wild places of nature and the human heart, all rolled into one tense and powerful package.
Michael Gerard Bauer, author of DON'T CALL ME ISHMAEL
A tense, hard-edged, no-holds-barred thriller.
Anthony Horowitz, author of the ALEX RIDER series
Suspense and fear make Ben feel like he’s living his own stop-action movie, and indeed his story has both the exciting pace and high stakes of a summer blockbuster.
This engrossing novel captures the reader with the skill and narrative power of the descriptive writing, its intriguing plot, believable dialogue, family tensions, and Ben’s emotional and physical growth . . . Highly recommended for secondary readers as a gripping read, and for class discussion on many levels.
ChloÃ© Mauger, Magpies
An edge of seat, gripping, tense novel . . . Tristan has a background in acting and filmmaking and this is immediately evident in Two Wolves as the reader is thrown straight into the action . . . The short, sharp sentences increase the sense of dread and urgency and the plot turns, then stops, then backtracks, then turns again – keeping readers on their toes and meaning there is little chance this book will be put down until the very last page has been turned.
Two Wolves is a fantastic, suspenseful novel for readers aged 11 and up, and a book that will keep them reading well into the night!
Katherine Dretzke, readings.com.au
It’s beautifully plotted and well told, with just the right amount of suspense.
Diana Sweeney (author of THE MINNOW), Daily Telegraph
This is an enthralling detective story . . . Ben and his little sister are taken on a wild ride as Ben tries to piece together what exactly it is his parents have done.
David Metzenthen, Daily Telegraph