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The Wolf-Leader

Gelesen von John Van Stan

(4,327 Sterne; 52 Bewertungen)

Part local legend of a dark and dangerous Wolf-Leader, part childhood memories of his home near Villers-Cotterets, in Aisne, Dumas here penned a chilling supernaturlal encounter between man and the devil. Our hero, Thibault the shoemaker, is beaten on the orders of the Lord of Vez for hunting in the lord's forest. With Thibault's resentment at his treatment by the world at its height, the devil sees his chance and, in the guise of a wolf, proposes a deal which Thibault accepts; the ever available trade of one's soul for evil power. With a pack of demon possessed wolves at his command, Thibault begins to explore his new power tentatively, hesitant to do evil, but unable to help himself, the momentum of the tale grown in surprising and horrifying ways until the unexpected climax. (Summary by TimoleonWash)

(8 hr 22 min)

Chapters

Introduction

50:18

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Chapter 1

19:31

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Chapter 2

24:56

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Chapter 3

20:59

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Chapter 4

19:37

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Chapter 5

19:37

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Chapter 6

18:11

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Chapter 7

18:29

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Chapter 8

15:52

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Chapter 9

17:41

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Chapter 10

17:50

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Chapter 11

22:23

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Chapter 12

29:06

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Chapter 13

24:20

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Chapter 14

17:07

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Chapter 15

13:48

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Chapter 16

17:47

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Chapter 17

16:12

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Chapter 18

12:50

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Chapter 19

16:01

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Chapter 20

19:42

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Chapter 21

27:19

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Chapter 22

11:49

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Chapter 23

15:00

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Chapter 24

15:44

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