Review of Every Wolf’s Howl in the Winnipeg Free Press
“An accomplished author of stories, a novel, and three cultural biographies about Anne Murray, Alanis Morissette and Celine Dion, Barry Grills sets out in his first memoir to “make some kind of sense” of his life.
This goal is hardly unique among memoirists but the substance of the North Bay, Ont., resident’s story is. For it is primarily the story of his relationship with Lupus, “a wolf with some Siberian husky or maybe German shepherd.
Every Wolf’s Howl is a moving story of friendship and transformation, and anyone who has ever longed to companionate with wild creatures will be transfixed.” Read the review.