Thor - Wayne Smith Reviews
Description:ISBN 0450617475 / Author: Wayne Smith / Genre: Fiction / This is an unusual novel which takes us into the world of a dog and his human ... more
Newest Review: ... And Thor takes the role as a protector of the family seriously. One day mums brother, whose girl friend died in the ... more
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Wayne Smith Thor
Edition: Reprint, Mass Market Paperback, Ballantine Books (Mm)
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
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by - written on 28/09/01, updated on 28/09/01 (Useful, 581 readings)
The shepherd dog Thor is the hero of this book. It lives with a family with three children in America in a roomy house at the edge of a forest. Its best friend is the family father, a lawyer. Further, Thor likes to accompany mummy when she is jogging in the forest. And Thor takes the role as a protector of the family seriously. One day mums brother, whose girl friend died in the Himalayas, moves into the house of the family as well. Immediately, Thor realizes that something is wrong and suspicious. Thor notices instinctively that the "bad" came into the house and will threaten the family. Thor wants to warn them. But none seems to take notice of it... ... Read the complete review
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