''The Sight'' by David Clements-Davies (author of ''Literature/FireBringer''), is a xenofictional novel about wolves and psychic powers. It is often dismissed as "''Fire Bringer'' with wolves" -- the two stories share a universe and several plot similarities, but ''The Sight'' is a good novel on its own. It can be said that the novel is a spiritual sequel to ''Fire Bringer''.

A sequel has also been written: ''Fell''. It focuses on the titular character as he goes on his own personal quest revolving around the Sight and another child, similar to the relationship between Larka and human-baby Bran.

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!! This novel provides examples of:
* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler: Larka dies, but appears as a heavenly figure to Kar at the end of the story.]]
* AnimalTalk: Aside from the obvious TranslationConvention, the wolves also have their own language called ''varg''. Examples include:
** ''Dragga'' - Alpha Male
** ''Drappa'' - Alpha Female
** ''Sikla'' - Omega
** ''Lera'' - Prey animals
* AnyoneCanDie
* ArcWords: ''The Sight.''
* BackFromTheDead: But only for about a chapter, thanks to Morgra [[spoiler: performing the Summoning Howl.]]
* BecomingTheMask: [[spoiler: Fell]] is brainwashed into becoming Wolfbane for Morgra.
* BetaCouple: Khaz and Kipcha. It's also kind of a literal example, as Khaz was a Beta in Huttser's pack.
* BigBad: Morgra.
* BigBadassBirdOfPrey: Skart, of course.
* BittersweetEnding: With borderline TearJerker status....
* BlessedWithSuck: While the Sight is often seen as an extraordinary gift, Larka is shown throughout the book to resent it half the time, especially when she can't hunt without feeling her prey's pain as she kills it.
* BlindSeer: Tsinga
* {{Brainwashed}}: Morgra does this to [[spoiler: Fell after she rescues him from the icy river.]]
* BreakTheCutie: Poor Larka.
* ButtMonkey: Poor Bran couldn't catch a break.
* CaptainErsatz: Larka has several similarities to Rannoch of ''Literature/FireBringer''.
* CoolOldLady: Brassa.
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler: Fell]].
* TheDragon: [[spoiler: Fell]] becomes this for Morgra for a brief time as a secret weapon against Larka.
* DroppedABridgeOnHim: Not exactly the trope, but a literal example: [[spoiler: Guess how Larka and Morgra die]].
* DwindlingParty
* EvilVersusEvil: On one side of the Balkar/Rebel conflict is Morgra, the BigBad, who is insane. On the other side of the conflict is Slavka, a mix of GeneralRipper and WellIntentionedExtremist... who is ''also'' insane. [[spoiler: Slavka has the chance to get better at the end. Morgra does not.]]
* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: And how....
* FantasyPantheon: Most notably, Tor and Fenris.
** And also Sita, who is the Jesus-equivalent for the wolves.
** Can't forget Wolfbane, who, in contrast to Sita, was the equivalent of Satan.
* [[spoiler: TheHeroDies]]
* HeroicBSOD: Larka experiences one after [[spoiler: she witnesses her entire family and pack die one by one as a result of the prophecy surrounding her]].
* HeroicSacrifice: [[spoiler: Larka]].
** Also, [[spoiler:Bran the Omega.]]
* IJustWantToBeNormal
* InfantImmortality: Baby Bran. How many babies can go through what he did?
** Horribly, horribly averted in the case of [[spoiler: Kipcha's unborn pups]], though....
* ItSucksToBeTheChosenOne
* {{Jerkass}}: Fell is this to Kar at the beginning of the book when Larka starts giving Kar attention.
* KillEmAll: Not quite, but it comes ''very [[PrecisionFStrike f*cking]] close''.
* LetsYouAndHimFight: Slavka forces [[spoiler: Huttser and Palla]] into this as a fight to the death.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Wait until the first part of the book is over....
* LovableCoward: Kar starts out as this.
** And then there's Bran the Omega.
* LoveInterest: Kar is this for Larka, and vice-versa.
* MythologyGag: Several {{Shout Out}}s to ''Literature/FireBringer'', since they are set in the same universe. Rannoch is mentioned as having the Sight, and the ''varg'' word ''Lera'' was also used in ''Fire Bringer''.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: [[spoiler: Had the pack welcomed Morgra she wouldn't have become an antagonist.]]
* ThePromise: Larka, Kar, and a grudging Fell formed one when they were younger, calling it "the Pact". As the end of the book comes, Kar is the one who holds onto this promise the strongest.
* PropheciesRhymeAllTheTime
* ProphecyTwist: It works in the heroes' favor, though, in a rare good example.
* RebelLeader: Slavka.
* RescuedFromPurgatory: Sort of. [[spoiler: Larka]] hadn't died when [[spoiler: she]] made the trip to the Red Meadow. [[spoiler: Kar]] ends up rescuing [[spoiler: her]] by calling [[spoiler: her]] name over and over when the dead tried keeping [[spoiler: her]] there permanently.
* SanitySlippage: [[spoiler: Kar after he survives the fire.]] He gets better though, when [[spoiler: Skop lives with him until his death from an infected wound.]]
* ShoutOut: Skart briefly mentions Rannoch from ''{{Fire Bringer}}''.
-->"There is an old story of a Herla, a red deer, who learnt how to do it. His name was Rannoch and he lived on an island to the north-west."
* StartOfDarkness: For Morgra, it was being accused of killing a cub and subsequently being banished for it. In truth [[spoiler: she had been trying to save it from a predatory fox, and bit the cub's scruff too hard, accidentally killing it.]]
* StormingTheCastle: Harja, the citadel where the climax happens.
* ThoseTwoGirls: Keeka and Karma.
* TitleDrop
* TonightSomeoneDies
* YouCantFightFate: Larka knows this, too. Doesn't stop her from treading near {{Wangst}} territory for a bit, though.
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