Sarissa experiences extreme doubts about the experiences she had with the wolf. She is convinced that she is not asleep when she transforms into a wolf but feels she may be losing her mind because the wolf’s existence is indisputable. She becomes obsessed with the idea that she has embodied the essence and characteristics of a wolf but remains resistant to the idea of people transforming into animals. When Sarissa gave up on herself, the souls of her ancestors sent Anaghia, Sarissa’s Alfa wolf and shamanka ancestor, to endow her with the power of the wolf. Sarissa’s powers of perception, sensing and intuition are keen enough for her to see what no human can see, hear, taste, smell or sense. Anaghia transforms into several animals. With each transformation she takes Sarissa on a trip that endows her with greater self-knowledge, strength and freedom.
The Wolf blends truth with fiction, drama with suspense; and the spiritual with the supernatural. Through the power of the wolf, Sarissa was released from the effect of victimization that took place 24 years earlier in her life.