Abandoned in the depths of winter, the once-pampered pets of men are left to their own fate. It's a battle to survive the cruel weather and the feral cats and dogs. But Man becomes the worst enemy. To survive, the animals must unite in the most desperate fight of their lives.
The writing is richly spare and Stephen Moore's superb imaginative exploration of how it feels to be an abandoned domestic cat is reminiscent of what Richard Adams did for rabbits in Watership Down ... a disturbing but compelling read * School Librarian * A powerful story of survival * School Librarian *
About Stephen Moore
Stephen Moore worked as an exhibition and graphic designer before writing his first novel, Spilling the Magic, for Hodder. Other novels include Fiddlesticks and Firestones, Skin and Bone, Tooth and Claw, and The Brugan. Stephen lives in Newcastle with his wife and young son.
Tooth And Claw by Stephen Moore
Used - Very Good
Hachette Children's Group
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