The Spirit Wolf - A novel by Stephen Stewart
one is immortal, time equals memory and before the Earth existed there
was only space, celestial bodies and time. When the Earth was created,
the Great Spirit placed two beings upon it to guard the world. These
beings were pulled from the heavens and given the earthly form of
wolves. Spirit Wolves!
the countless millennia they have existed among us, hidden from
mankind, living their lives together in perfect harmony with the world
... until now!
a work of hopeful fiction, this book draws heavily upon my own
true-life experiences as an exploration surveyor. Many of the facts,
poetic descriptions, and colourful characters come from the two decades
I spent in the wildernesses of North America, South America and the
Middle East. I like to characterize it as a love story between two
wolves, but above all this novel is a message of hope in dark times.
Historical figures such as Erik the Red, Sitting Bull, the Clovis
People, and the gentle Baiji are also used to convey the question I
ask: How can we make the world a better place?
primary setting is the Province of Alberta, Canada, beginning in the
lower Peace Country area between Grande Cache and Grande Prairie,
follows the Rocky Mountains south to the Crowsnest Pass and the story
culminates in Calgary.
tales are told of the wintertime Arctic, Jordan (the Switzerland of the
Arab world), Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, and the Old West—Montana
and Wyoming in the United States.