Wolf of Shadows Resources & Further Study

Whitley Strieber
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Conroy, Ed. Report on Communion: An Independent Investigation of and Commentary on Whitley Strieber's Communion. New York: William Morrow, 1989. A book that examines the Communion controversy in considerable detail. Conroy has interviewed Strieber at length, as well as his mother and many of his associates, in an attempt to make sense of the events related in his best-seller.

Many fascinating and unusual experiences from Strieber's life are related here.

Lopez, Barry. Of Wolves and Men. New York: Scribner, 1978. A hefty compendium of scientific observations, folklore, history, and reflections on wolves. The opening chapters give details of wolf-pack social structure and other behavior traits that are evident in Wolf of Shadows. Lopez, like Strieber, views wolves as complex beings who can never be fully understood by human science.

Paterson, Katherine. "Wolf of Shadows."

New York Times Book Review (December 1, 1985): 39. An admiring review and plot summary...

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