Arctis Iron Wolf
Arctis Iron Wolf

Iron Wolf

By Siri Pettersen


Publication Date: February 21, 2023

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Ages 14 And Up, Grades 8 And Up

A new series from the author of The Raven Rings trilogy - Siri Pettersen!

Juva knows all about blood readers. Praised for their Sight, they are nothing but swindlers, preying on people’s fears for power and profit. Born by blood readers herself, she knows only too well, and she has vowed never to become one of them.

But when her family is threatened by vardari, the eerie lasting ones, who never age, Juva is entangled in a desperate hunt for the blood readers’ legacy: a dark secret that once changed the world, and may do so again.

In order to survive, she has to confront the terrifying childhood memory she fought to forget.

Iron Wolf is a new spellbinding fantasy mystery from Siri Pettersen, built on a Norse foundation, about blood, desire and addiction. It’s the first book in the trilogy VARDARI, an independent series set in the universe of the award-winning fantasy phenomenon THE RAVEN RINGS.

About the Author

Siri Pettersen made her sensational debut in 2013 with the Norwegian publication of Odin's Child, the first book in The Raven Rings trilogy, which has earned numerous awards and nominations at home and abroad. Siri has a background as a designer and comics creator. Her roots are in Finnsnes and Trondheim, but she now lives in Oslo, where you're likely to find her in a coffee shop. According to fellow writers, her superpower is "mega motivation"--the ability to inspire other creative souls.

Tara Chace has translated more than fifty novels from Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish. She translates literature, crime, books for young adults and children, and non-fiction. Some of her recent translations include Edvard Hoem’s Haymaker in Heaven (Milkweed Editions), Katrine Engberg’s The Harbor (Gallery/Scout Press), Jan Stocklassa’s The Man Who Played with Fire (Amazon Crossing), and Line Renslebråten’s Under the Polar Ice (Fitzhenry & Whiteside). Her work has won the L.A. Times Prize and the American Scandinavian Foundation Translation Prize.

Format: Hardcover

Length: 400 pages

Publisher: Arctis

ISBN: 9781646900152

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