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  • Listening to: pet semetary-the ramones
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this is the mopst random journal you will get from me...
but the book 'tooth and claw' by stephen moore  one of my favourite books which is about pet dogs and cats left to fend for themselves when theor owners are evacuated  comming together to fight a greator threat...
well i just found out, this book has a sequel called skin and bone...
you guys why dont i own it.

you guys this is the blurb of the first book:
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.


which i own a signed version of i got it from a church charity day by chance ,

if you havent read it yet please do so.
he was actually born in my home town , which is pretty cool.

I'm like about to order the sequel off of amazon right now ;w; I'm excited


if you are intrested in the first book you can read the blurb/see the cover/buy it here: www.amazon.co.uk/Tooth-Claw-fa…
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Iceheart03 May 13, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Read it it's SO epic!!!
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Dawnehpants May 12, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
It sounds awesome. ;A;
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pacific-grim May 11, 2012
i've kinda been losing my hope in finding god books about feral animals. (especially after reading the tygrine cat because my expecctations were higher then what was met in the book), so i'll be sure to check this one out! :>
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monotsleigh May 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Tygerine Cat? I still have that, I read it when I was around 11, and now it is a bit boring for me, but I still do like to read it! David Clement-Davies books The Sight (wolves) and Firebringer (deer) are good! But I'm not sure if you would call them feral. I also still have the Shapeshifter quintet by Ali Sparkes. There's also Cat-Kin by some guy I can't remeber but the end always made it seem like there would be anouther one..Just checked; it's by nick green, the second one is already out and the page for the third one says "For which you will have to wait. Or hack my computer. I strongly advise the former. Shapeshifter and Cat-Kin are both for a slightly younger audience than I am, but If you're like me, I still have to finish a series that I started when I was younger, no matter how long ago it was. (providing i can remember it and liked the first book!)

Umm if you like Marley, try Cleo. It's real life and it's so sad at the end, but I would recommend it to anyone! Also another RL one is vet on call and it's about a vet's first year as an after hours vet. The end is very funny!
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pacific-grim May 11, 2012
i read the sight a while ago. i can't remember much but that is was pretty good! xD maybe i'll bum it off my friend again for another read.

never heard of firebringer! o: /adds to list

if i get bored of a series i don't end up finishing it. xD like warriors. thought i lasted a good while in the fandom, i am 17 now and the books never really got better, they just kept getting ridiculous and i began nit-picking the problems and loopholes before i stopped reading. xD
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monotsleigh May 12, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well for me there's only two books left, but yes the second/third series are a bit boring, but I think the forth series is a bit better than those two. I find it annoying that Tigerstar can't accept death and has to get revenge! My favourite series is still the first! XD But for their new series, (surviors) it's going to be written by other "Hunters" which I think is a bit cheeky of the publishers, I'm definetly not reading it.
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mechanicalmasochist May 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i really liked this one because it had a touch of almot sco-fi to its plot and fanatasy ,

i reall want to find the book
'the pole seekers' again because it was about ship rats and a very good read but ahead of my reading level at the time
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pacific-grim May 11, 2012
ahh i'm always a sucker for sci-fi. :3

whoa a book about rats! o: yup. added to my list when i get money. xD
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mechanicalmasochist May 11, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yay!

hmm if you can buy books online i suggest amazon you can get second hand books for pennies in near mint condition-that is of course if you dont mind second hand XD

hmm I cant think of many more animal books,
there is the incredible journey which is a classic, the plague dogs though it is a hard read and the american version has its ending edited to my dismay (since i ended up with the us copy and my friend the british)
mrs frisby and the rats of nimh is one im after because i love the film
oh and wolf cry is a good one but quite tragic.

the pole seekers is the next one on my list after this though really XD
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pacific-grim May 11, 2012
yeah i usually buy my books online on amazon or chapters indigo. whatever is cheaper. (same with my video games. xD)

i've heard of the movie plague dogs, i keep meaning to watch it! (since i liked felidae apparently that one is good too).
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