Two outdoorsmen are out in the wild of the north. They are on a mission to deliver the body and coffin of a famous person. Their dogs disappear as they are entised by a she-wolf and eaten by the rest of the pack. They only have three rounds of ammunition left and Bill, one of the men, uses them to try to save one of their dogs that is being attacked; he misses and is eaten by the pack with the dog. Only Henry and two dogs are left; he makes a fire with leaves and scattered branches, trying to drive away the wolves.
They had to untie the dogs to fix things. One of the dogs saw the she-wolf and took off after her, only to be ambushed by a dozen wolves. The dog ran for his life, while Bill went with his gun to save him. Bill and the dog both became a meal to the wolves. A couple of nights later, so did the rest of the dogs.
Henry realizing what had happening lit a fire in a circle around him. Another group of people in the area saw the fire and came over and rescued Henry. After the famine ends the wolf pack splits up. The she-wolf and three male wolves travel together until one of the males named "One Eye" killed the other males in a battle for the she-wolf. One Eye and the she-wolf find a lair where the she-wolf can lie down to give birth to her cubs.
Ayla, seeking refuge, came upon a cave but was then attacked and mauled by a cave bear that had also been using the cave. Severely injured and nearly starved to death she was luckily found by a group of Neanderthals. This band was locally known as the Cave Bear clan. Creb, the shaman of the clan and his sister Iza, the medicine woman, show mercy and adopt Ayla as their own. Iza is intent on teaching Ayla to become a medicine woman to insure a place in the clan.
During the ending of the novel an incident occurs when a convict, Jim Hall, breaks into Judge Scott's home to "wreak vengeance" on the man who "railroaded" him into prison. Judge Scott's life is saved by White Fang, who very nearly loses his own life before slashing the throat of the killer. Jim Hall is a mad dog that must be destroyed for the safety of respectable citizens. In his encounter with the convict, White Fang has suffered several bullet wounds and is critically injured. But White Fang beats the odds and lives to be christened; the Scott family now calls him “The Blessed Wolf”.
She is a decoy for the wolf pack, remarks Henry, luring the sled dogs away as food for the pack. After much discussion, the men decide it would be prudent to use some of the remaining ammunition to take care of the troublesome she-wolf. Left with only three dogs, the men start out the next morning only to meet more catastrophe as the sled overturns on a bad price of trail. Stuck between a tree trunk and a large rock, the men are forced to unleash the dogs to straighten the sled.
The residents continued to mow down the zombies until they had killed so many that the new ones were almost over the way standing on their fallen brethren. Knowing all was lost mike ran home to get his family only to hear the truck leave without them. The Talbot clan holds up in there attic as they hear the rest of their Nabors fall and finally they hear nothing as they wait for the end, or is it as the book closes on mike seeing Alex in the truck mowing a path through the droves of undead. Mark Tufo, dose and excellent job leaving the reader on the edge of their seat the whole book and leave the reader wanting more with a wide open cliffhanger ending.
But, they were afraid of him because Tabiqui more than anyone else on the jungle is adapted to get mad but then he forgets very quickly, he runs on the forest biting everything on his way. He is so furious that even the tiger hide when he past. Enter there and look said the father wolf that was very stiffly, but there’s nothing here. For a wolf no, said Tabiqui, but for animals like me a dry bone is very good. He scuttle at the end of the cave were he found a bone with some meat.
When the impala were shot at, they ran super fast and when Mr. Wilson feels the fear of the lion he runs just as fast. Also when his wife shoots him in the head towards the end of the story, the bullet goes right to his head. When Mr. Macomber shoots the impala the bullet goes right to its head and the impala dies immediately just as he did. Mrs. Macomber, who is Mr. Macomber’s wife, started out in the story seeming like a normal lady. Later on it was obvious she did not care for her husband and was extremely rude to him.
Odysseus wished to reveal himself to Penelope then and there, but he had to restrain, for if Penelope knew Odysseus was the beggar, it could ruin everything and get them killed. This is another example of Odysseus’s wisdom and also his determination to kill all the suitors without anyone else dying. As you can see, Odysseus is an extremely wise and determined man. Can you even imagine going through everything Odysseus did without messing up along the way? No matter what happened in the epic, Odysseus would not stop and always used his brain in every situation until he returned home.