While I didn't find Wolfskin up to the same level of sheer loveliness as Marillier's Bridei Chronicles or Sevenwaters series, it's still a solid book and enjoyable read. The shifting POV between Eyvind and Nessa is a bit jolting after getting used to Marillier's usual female heroine POV. And while I loved Nessa, I found Eyvind's chapters to be a bit weighty.
That said, Marillier created a truly awesome character in chief antagonist, Somerled. The depth of his character was refreshing and realistic, and I loved his ability to both taunt and manipulate his dear friend Eyvind.
As always, Marillier's world-building and descriptive phrasing is second to none. Her research into this era is obvious and helps make any Marillier book shine.