The Wolves of Winter

The Wolves of Winter

Forget the old days. Forget summer. Forget warmth. Forget anything that doesn?t help you survive. Lynn McBride has learned much since society collapsed in the face of nuclear war and the relentless spread of disease. As memories of her old life haunt her, she has been forced to forge ahead in the snow-covered Canadian Yukon, learning how to hunt and trap to survive. But her Forget the old days. Forget summer. Forget warmth. Forget anything that doesn?t help you survive. Lynn McBr...

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Title:The Wolves of Winter
Author:Tyrell Johnson
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The Wolves of Winter Reviews

  • karen
    Jan 14, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

  • Diane
    Apr 26, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

  • Annet
    Jul 19, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

  • Diane S ☔
    Dec 15, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

  • Debra
    Jan 20, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

  • Matt
    Feb 14, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

  • Tania
    Aug 03, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

  • Carol
    Jan 19, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

  • DeB MaRtEnS
    May 20, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

    I love any dystopian story. But this one felt plausible to me. Maybe because it?s been -20C for more than a week here, the snow crunching beneath my boots. I loved every part of this book. The characters are vibrant, real, lovable. Many thanks to the publisher for providing my co...

    An immensely appealing adventure story, set in the post-apocalyptic future after nuclear war and biological warfare in the form of Asiatic flu has decimated the World. The Wolves of Winter reminded me of an old-fashioned Western with its epic gunfights, clear good guys and bad guys...

  • Lee
    Jan 04, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

  • Pat
    Feb 05, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

  • Mandy
    Aug 09, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

  • Nigel
    Nov 17, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

  • Melissa
    Dec 31, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

    I love any dystopian story. But this one felt plausible to me. Maybe because it?s been -20C for more than a week here, the snow crunching beneath my boots. I loved every part of this book. The characters are vibrant, real, lovable. Many thanks to the publisher for providing my co...

  • Erin Clemence
    Oct 11, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

  • mich
    Feb 19, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

  • Carolyn
    Jan 14, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

  • Katie
    Nov 13, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

    I love any dystopian story. But this one felt plausible to me. Maybe because it?s been -20C for more than a week here, the snow crunching beneath my boots. I loved every part of this book. The characters are vibrant, real, lovable. Many thanks to the publisher for providing my co...

    An immensely appealing adventure story, set in the post-apocalyptic future after nuclear war and biological warfare in the form of Asiatic flu has decimated the World. The Wolves of Winter reminded me of an old-fashioned Western with its epic gunfights, clear good guys and bad guys...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. The Wolves of Winter, Tyrell Johnson?s debut novel, is a post-apocalyptic novel that strives to bring life to the shivering, freezing climate in the snow-covered Yukon. It embraces its end of the world scenario with open arms and...

    In a post flu epidemic world, Lynn and her family live off the land in the Canadian Yukon. I enjoyed the all of the characters. They each brought something different to the table to help their family survive. Lynn is a strong protagonist and, although, the story line was a little predi...

  • Janelle
    Oct 19, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

  • Emma
    Dec 18, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

  • Gary
    Jan 04, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

  • Sheila {ShesGoingBookCrazy.com}
    Jan 02, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

  • Brittney Andrews (beabookworm)
    Oct 05, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

  • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote)
    Mar 15, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

    I love any dystopian story. But this one felt plausible to me. Maybe because it?s been -20C for more than a week here, the snow crunching beneath my boots. I loved every part of this book. The characters are vibrant, real, lovable. Many thanks to the publisher for providing my co...

    An immensely appealing adventure story, set in the post-apocalyptic future after nuclear war and biological warfare in the form of Asiatic flu has decimated the World. The Wolves of Winter reminded me of an old-fashioned Western with its epic gunfights, clear good guys and bad guys...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. The Wolves of Winter, Tyrell Johnson?s debut novel, is a post-apocalyptic novel that strives to bring life to the shivering, freezing climate in the snow-covered Yukon. It embraces its end of the world scenario with open arms and...

  • Lou
    May 24, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

  • Laura von Eden
    Jan 29, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

  • katwiththehat
    Oct 21, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

  • Eldon Farrell
    Nov 11, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....

    I listened to the audio, and think I would have enjoyed it more if I read it, as there isn't a lot of dialogue (which I prefer in my audio books). I would classify this somewhere between Hunger Games and Station Eleven with regards to age and amount of action. Tyrell Johnson beautifull...

    In brief - Simple really - just a plain damn good read. Lynn is an excellent character, the setting is very good indeed and the story is well told. I really would love to read another by this author. 4.5/5 but let's not be picky - I'll call it 5. This is Lynn's story. She is current...

    A nuclear war ends when a super flu spreads around the world. Those few who have managed to survive both of these events flee the cities, living off the land in isolated areas. Meanwhile, a secret government agency is carrying out experiments on children, supposedly searching for a cur...

    I love any dystopian story. But this one felt plausible to me. Maybe because it?s been -20C for more than a week here, the snow crunching beneath my boots. I loved every part of this book. The characters are vibrant, real, lovable. Many thanks to the publisher for providing my co...

    An immensely appealing adventure story, set in the post-apocalyptic future after nuclear war and biological warfare in the form of Asiatic flu has decimated the World. The Wolves of Winter reminded me of an old-fashioned Western with its epic gunfights, clear good guys and bad guys...

    You can find my review on my blog by clicking here. The Wolves of Winter, Tyrell Johnson?s debut novel, is a post-apocalyptic novel that strives to bring life to the shivering, freezing climate in the snow-covered Yukon. It embraces its end of the world scenario with open arms and...

    In a post flu epidemic world, Lynn and her family live off the land in the Canadian Yukon. I enjoyed the all of the characters. They each brought something different to the table to help their family survive. Lynn is a strong protagonist and, although, the story line was a little predi...

    Not sure if this is YA or not but whatever genre you place it in, The Wolves of Winter by Tyrell Johnson is just a rip-roaring fun yarn. I absolutely loved the setup and backstory for this one. A flu pandemic that swept the globe amidst war and brought about a snowy apocalypse seems...

  • Tyrell Johnson
    Jan 30, 2018

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

  • Greg at 2 Book Lovers Reviews
    Aug 21, 2017

    4.5 stars "I exist as I am, that is enough." Lynn McBride is surviving in the stark Canadian Yukon after society collapsed after a nuclear war and the onset of disease. She is not alone, her Mother, her brother, her uncle and others live in a small settlement relying on their hun...

    an aftermath novel set in canada where a family protects their seeeecrets and struggles to survive in the snowy wasteland with no way of knowing the state of the wider world, the number of remaining humans, whether the sickness that kicked off the apocalypse is still a threat? the on...

    In the end, it's funny how little we need to get by. Snow, moose, potatoes, carrots, the company of a few good people. It's amazing how little we need to survive. And not just to survive, but live... An apocalyptic read, quite enjoyable, easy & quick to read, good storyline, atm...

    4.5 Stars.OKAAAY......SIGN ME UP for the next Tyrell Johnson novel! THE WOLVES OF WINTER is a super-fine debut....available NOW! ............."Everyone has something to hide."............. What you'll find here is a great post-apocalyptic adventure set in a snowy Yukon wilderness....wi...

    Society as we know it has collapsed. The big powes have nuked each other to near oblivion. Many have tried to escape, but then came something with no escape, no cure, trying to finish off those who were left. Lynn, and her remaining family members escape to the Yukon, form a small sett...

    Tyrell Johnson?s The Wolves of Winter starts out as a reasonably well-written, if undistinguished, post-apocalyptic tale ? a sort of YA-ish version of Cormac Mcarthy?s The Road (the ?ish? owing to the fact that the protagonist, Lynn, is a handful of years older than the usual...

    Thanks to Simon and Schuster Canada, the author and NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest review. ?The Wolves of Winter? by Tyrell Johnson is a post-apocalyptic novel, where a young woman has the capacity to save the world. But do...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson takes us into a harsh but beautiful post apocalyptic world. After nuclear world war destroyed New York, Lynne McBride and her family fled Chicago for Alaska where they lived quietly for a few years until a flu pandemic swept the world, taking the life...

    In his debut novel, Tyrell Johnson storms onto the scene with this curious post-apocalyptic piece that pits a rural family against the Establishment. Lynn is a 23 year-old who has seen much in her life. The Wars turned America into a nuclear war zone and forced her family to flee to Al...

    THE WOLVES OF WINTER by Teryll Johnson - Thank you so much to Scribner for providing my free copy - all opinions are my own. I am a BIG fan of post apocalyptic reads and this fits the bill! Lynn and her family survive after nuclear war and the plague of disease. They cross the bord...

    This novel has a little bit of everything I love mixed into it - a post-apocalyptic/dystopian society with elements of mystery and coming of age of protagonist, Lynn. The setting is the wilderness of remote Canada. The pacing was excellent and the writing was smooth and easy to follow....

    Trigger Warning: (view spoiler)[ Sexual Assault (hide spoiler)] Full Review: Thank you so much to NetGalley and Schribner for allowing me to read and review this lovely literary debut by Tyrell Johnson. I really loved the author?s prose. I found this book very similar to an old J...

    This post apocalyptic fiction has a definite YA vibe but offers more than enough to keep a reader of any age entertained. It follows the story of Lynn McBride, living in the wilderness of the Yukon with her family, isolated and wary after war and disease brought the world to its knees ...

    "I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than ther...

    One of my favorite sub-genres of dystopian novels is when society breaks down due to some kind of tragedy, and then a band of survivors figures out how to keep going and rebuild. (See also: Stephen King's "The Stand," Emily St. John Mandel's "Station Eleven," and Jose Saramago's "Blind...

    It's like this book was written for me...I've probably read this novel, I dunno, a hundred times! (Love to all who've read and reviewed...even if you didn't like it!) ...

    4 solid stars and I might be tempted to go 4.5. A debut book. Excellent start. A dystopian novel in which the US goes to war with Asia (seems plausible) and the war slowly faded after a deadly flu outbreak ( hmm, again plausible). The McBride family was living in Chicago, moved to A...

    Read this FULL review along with others on my blog at: shesgoingbookcrazy.com I received this copy from the publisher via Edelweiss, in exchange for an honest review. Content Warning! Two scenes of sexual assault (one full rape) under-aged drinking, and lots of profanity. Set...

    So I guess this is marketed as post-apocalyptic adult fiction, but honestly, this book is so YA it couldn't BE more YA. (There's a couple graphic scenes I guess, but still - everything else? totally YA.) Not that there's anything wrong with YA (I LIKE that genre), but you know - it's s...

    I love a good post-apocalyptic story and I really enjoyed this one and it has a cool dog! Well written story with adventure and sci-fi thrown in. Will there be a sequel? If so I will read it. ...

    Die uns bekannte Welt existiert nicht mehr. Nach jahrelangen Kriegen hat ein Grippevirus die Menschheit fast vollständig ausgelöscht. Vereinzelt haben einige Menschen dem Virus getrotzt. So auch Lynn und ihre Familie, die sich hoch oben im eisigen Yukon eine bescheidene und einfache ...

    I?m always on the lookout for a new and exciting book in the post-apocalyptic genre. The Wolves of Winter jumped out at me; the cover screamed Nordic noir, another favorite genre, while the synopsis is all post-apocalyptic. I was ready to saddle up and head north with Tyrell Johnson....