Cubs of the Wolf

Read by Zachary Katz-Stein

(4.6 stars; 18 reviews)

The Markovian Nucleus was once an existential threat to the council worlds, but then, in the space of only 70-80 years, their culture completely changed. They became model galactic citizens and everyone was too relieved to question their good fortune. Now, Doctoral Candidate Cameron Wilder and his new bride, Joyce Wilder, are on the case. What actually happened to the Markovians? - Summary by Katzsteinz (2 hr 18 min)


Chapter 1 25:24 Read by Zachary Katz-Stein
Chapter 2 29:10 Read by Zachary Katz-Stein
Chapter 3 22:52 Read by Zachary Katz-Stein
Chapter 4 27:24 Read by Zachary Katz-Stein
Chapter 5 33:44 Read by Zachary Katz-Stein



(5 stars)

Except for the “tame Indian” reference, which dates it, the premise that destructive humanoids can be brought to change their ways thru building love with their cubs is fascinating. I like the part about rewriting their history to make them believe they have always been benevolent and peaceful, but one day the truth will out when they are ready to receive it. Perhaps we will undergo a similar rewriting of the history of Western Europeans and their spread throughout the earth.

(4 stars)

I don’t listen to a whole lot of sci fi, but as I did the cover for this book I was obliged to listen first, and found it quite engaging. The reader did a good job throughout, easy to listen to. A pleasant experience.

(5 stars)

I would file this under Sci Fi and barely scratch the surface. there is a lot of wisdom in this small book. Do yourself a favor and read!