The Last Wild: Book 1 (The Last Wild Trilogy) Paperback – 1 Aug 2013
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An excellent, punchy adventure tale with vivid characters and an impassioned eco message. (The Financial Times)
Written in vivid and urgent style ... As thrilling as James and the Giant Peach ... The Last Wild may be as critical to the new generation as Tarka the Otter. (The Times)
Full of suspense without ever sacrificing warmth. (Katherine Rundell)
A darkly comic and hugely inventive adventure ... it could be the next big thing. (Eoin Colfer)
Gripping, original and memorable. (Francesca Simon)
A magnetic adventure ... find yourself glued like tar to this satisfying, spine-tingling book. (Samuel H. (aged 10))
Wildly inventive, moving and gripping. (Frank Cottrell Boyce)
A must-read: brings to mind the smarts and silliness of Roald Dahl. (New York Post)
Inventive, with laughs, tears and cliffhangers. (Sunday Times)
I haven't read a book this good and interesting since The Hunger Games ... an edge-of-your-seat fast-paced read. (Guardian Children's website)
FROM THE WINNER OF THE GUARDIAN CHILDREN'S FICTION PRIZE. A thrilling animal adventure for fans of Roald Dahl, David Walliams and Katherine RundellSee all Product description
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I'm a girl of 13 whose mum got me the first of the 3 books about a week ago and I have already finished the second. I love the series! I love the way it expresses the points of view of animals and how they try to solve the problems they have, caused by humans, some using the help of a boy while others believe they can do it on their own. I am a nature lover and you don't know how much I would love to be able to talk to animals! My favourite of the two I've read so far is the second because of the Iris Capsule. It's a book loaded with adventure and I simply couldn't put it down.
The white pigeon adds a fantastic touch of humour to the story and had us literally laughing out loud a number of times. I can't think of many books we've shared that can claim to do the same!
We moved straight into the the sequel, and I look forward to completing the trilogy. I also suggested this to a class teacher that is reading this with her class and they are loving it too!