eBook Stray epub

by A. N. Wilson

eBook Stray epub
  • ISBN: 0531058409
  • Author: A. N. Wilson
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Orchard Books (August 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 247 pages
  • ePUB size: 1403 kb
  • FB2 size 1276 kb
  • Formats rtf lrf azw mbr


Of course, "Stray" set today would be a different piece of work: .

Of course, "Stray" set today would be a different piece of work: . Wilson writes predominantly historic non-fiction, so it always strikes me as a bit odd that he tackled an animal autobiographic novel, but so saying - he does it very well. Stray" is written in first person, something a little different for animal-protagonist, and is about as bleak and brutal as Black Beauty. The sort of book that you think sounds like it will be fun, and it is, but there is also a definite dark undercurrent.

Atlantic Books Ltd, 7 нояб. Pufftail the tabby cat was a prince among strays. He was charming, adventurous, a gentleman of the road - not for him a life purring around the shins of a Two Footer.

Andrew Norman Wilson (born 27 October 1950) is an English writer and newspaper columnist known for his critical biographies, novels and works of popular history

Andrew Norman Wilson (born 27 October 1950) is an English writer and newspaper columnist known for his critical biographies, novels and works of popular history. He is an occasional columnist for the Daily Mail and a former columnist for the London Evening Standard. He has been an occasional contributor to The Times Literary Supplement, New Statesman, The Spectator and The Observer.

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Stray (Older Childrens Fiction) Paperback – April 13, 1989. This was an excellent book, easy to read. You can tell it was written by an animal lover and in the view of the cat, so it made the book more unique. by. A. N. Wilson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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A proud old alley cat tells his life story to his grandson, including his adventures in a convent, in a feline commune, and with his hearer's grandmother. A story which takes the reader through the cat-flap and into the world of Pufftail, an old tabby cat who has been around and done many things.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. A cat of literary distinction - Naomi Lewis, Observer. Now that he's old and grey-whiskered, he can laze in the sun, telling the story of his life to his admiring young grandkitten.

A cat of literary distinction - Naomi Lewis, Observer.

Pufftail the tabby cat was a prince among strays.

A proud old alley cat tells his life story to his grandson, including his adventures in a convent, in a feline commune, and with his hearer's grandmother.
Comments: (5)
Gna
This is a wonderful read even if you are not an obsessed cat lover. The narrator is a cat. The character is well developed. The cat has a life that relates to the struggles of a human's life.
Armin
Old Pufftail tells of his life adventures to his grandson. Out in the lawn. The whole story is quite well written, only starting to dribble on a bit towards the end, thus the four stars. Recommend this to all cat lovers, especially teenagers, as it gives a really good scope of the cats` feelings and opinions.
Gabar
This was an excellent book, easy to read. You can tell it was written by an animal lover and in the view of the cat, so it made the book more unique.
Ce
It,s the first novel I read in english. Fortunately, it,s not so difficult. This is a story about a street cat which is called "Pufftail". Pufftail talked to his grandson about his adventure. It began from the moment when he was born. Pufftail stayed in several different kind of human families including a church, but he chose to live on the streets. Finally he found his true love and have his own kittens. Reading this book can make people think of the way they treat animals. Animals are the same with human beings, they also have emotion and thoughts. If we don't want to be treated badly, how could we do that to other animals. If you like cats, you will love them more after reading this book. If you don't like cats, I believe you will love them after reading this, just the same with me. :)
Goltigor
I first read this book in my early teens and loved it.
This book reminds me of Watership Down, in that it tells the story from cat's point of view, writing of his thoughts and adventures from a innocent kitten to a streetwise stray. Also as in Watership Down (and in real life), the humans are not all milk & yarn balls - be warned that some sections may be upsetting to younger children.
The style of writing is realistic and detailed - adults will likely enjoy this book just as much as teens!
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