Tailchaser's Song - Tad Williams Reviews
Description:ISBN 0886773741 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Tad Williams / Edition: Reissue / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 1994-07 by Daw Books
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by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
Cats are disappearing and game is scarce. Something dark and dangerous can be scented on the wind. When Fritti Tailchaser's beloved also vanishes, he sets out to find some answers. Our hero's adventures include pacts with squirrels, predictions by an oracular frog, visions both mysterious and terrifying, a visit to the court of the Queen of Cats, and a most deadly battle between good and evil reaching out from the dawn of catdom. With the help of Pouncequick the hero worshipping kitten, Roofshadow a beautiful, sorrow-stricken, but loyal friend, and Eatbugs the eccentric wanderer who is only truly mad when the winds blow across the hills of his memory, ... Read the complete review
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