Wishlist Wednesday: Don’t Call the Wolf

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Welcome to this week’s edition of Wishlist Wednesday! Today I am featuring Don’t Call the Wolf by Aleksandra Ross. It has been a long time since I have read a dragon-themed fantasy, and this one sounds amazing.

Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about and have yet to read. It is a spin-off of the original meme, Waiting on Wednesday that was formerly hosted by Breaking the Spine.

Don't Call the WolfTitle: Don't Call the Wolf
Author: Aleksandra Ross
Publisher: HarperTeen
Publication Date: April 28, 2020

Summary (from Goodreads):

A forest, besieged. A queen, unyielding. Fans of Leigh Bardugo and Holly Black will devour this deliciously dark Eastern European–inspired YA fantasy debut.

When the Golden Dragon descended on the forest of Kamiena, a horde of monsters followed in its wake.

Ren, the forest’s young queen, is slowly losing her battle against them. Until she rescues Lukasz—the last survivor of a heroic regiment of dragon slayers—and they strike a deal. She will help him find his brother, who vanished into her forest… if Lukasz promises to slay the Dragon.

But promises are all too easily broken.

Amazon “Book Depository


When I read for fans of Leigh Bardugo in the synopsis, I became immediately intrigued. Six of Crows has got to be one of my all-time favourite series. A book that features dragonslayers just sounds epic, doesn’t it?!

About Aleksandra Ross

Aleksandra Ross

Fighting dragons, writing books. Probably eating chips. DON’T CALL THE WOLF (HarperTeen, Winter 2020).
Repped by Brent Taylor, Triada US.

27 thoughts on “Wishlist Wednesday: Don’t Call the Wolf

  1. Jaime Lynn says:

    I honestly am not sure what I think about the contents of this book, BUT I can say that I absolutely am crazy in love with that cover. It is phenomenal!

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