"The Wolf Among the Wild Hunt is not only gorgeously nightmarish, lushly brutal, evoked in poetic, streamlined, muscular, relentless prose—but it's also that rarest and most refreshing thing: a narrative driven by a queerplatonic bond as strong as, or stronger than, any romance."
—Nicole Kornher-Stace, author of Firebreak
Skythulf wants to live. Raised in the fight pits, trained to kill or be killed, he yearns for freedom that's out of reach. He's a scythewulf: a wolf-shifter considered neither fully man nor beast, his life worth nothing to his keepers…until Brennus, knight-champion of Saorlland, rescues him from certain death and offers him a new life.
When he mistakenly kills a corrupted nun, Skythulf has one chance to redeem himself and restore his honor. He must run with the Wild Hunt: an age-old trial of blood and courage, where every step hides peril and carnage. If he survives, he will be pardoned. If he fails, Brennus will die brutally at his side.
Few have ever returned from the fae-haunted land, where horrors unnamed dwell beside the enchanted and the damned. There is no rest, no relent, and no mercy.
In the Wild Hunt, you run or you die.
PRAISE FOR THE WOLF AMONG THE WILD HUNT
"Visceral and evocative—a beautifully written story of personhood and instinct in a rich, haunting world. "
—M. Evan MacGriogair, author of “Seonag and the Seawolves” (Tordotcom)
"Gorgeously illustrated in both drawings and prose, this stunning tale of danger, deal-making, and friendship read like an icy breath of fresh air. I loved the mythology and the complex, flawed characters as they wrestled with both their history and their future."
—Premee Mohamed, author of Beneath the Rising
"A dark, compelling story, set in a viscerally imagined world of deceit and misdirection, but built around the core of hope provided by the steadfast love and support between Brennan and Skythulf."
—Juliet Kemp, author of The Deep And Shining Dark
"A bloody adventure that takes the muzzle off of lycans."
—John Wiswell, Nebula Award-winning author of “Open House On Haunted Hill”