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Tooth and Claw Paperback – 6 Jan 2009

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  • Paperback: 332 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press; Reprint edition (6 Jan. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0765319519
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765319517
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.9 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,935,707 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"The "Pride and Prejudice of the dragon world... I love this sly, witty, fast-paced, brilliant little book."
--Jane Yolen on "Tooth and Claw
"Plot strands come together just as they should, with delightful triumphs, resolutions, revelations, and come-uppances."
--"Locus on "Tooth and Claw


"Plot strands come together just as they should, with delightful triumphs, resolutions, revelations, and come-uppances."

"The "Pride and Prejudice" of the dragon world... I love this sly, witty, fast-paced, brilliant little book."
--Jane Yolen on "Tooth and Claw"
"Plot strands come together just as they should, with delightful triumphs, resolutions, revelations, and come-uppances."
--"Locus "on "Tooth and Claw"


"The Pride and Prejudice of the dragon world... I love this sly, witty, fast-paced, brilliant little book." -- Jane Yolen

"Utterly "sui generis,.".It's a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but "Tooth and Claw" is one such."--"The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
""A delight. On a basic level, "Tooth and Claw" works much the same way that "Watership Down" worked...Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable."--Kelly Link, author of "Stranger Things Happen
""Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart."--Robin Hobb

“Utterly "sui generis"…It’s a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but "Tooth and Claw" is one such.”—"The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
"“A delight. On a basic level, "Tooth and Claw" works much the same way that "Watership Down" worked…Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable.”—Kelly Link, author of "Stranger Things Happen
"“Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart.”—Robin Hobb

"Utterly "sui generis"...It's a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but "Tooth and Claw" is one such."--"The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

""A delight. On a basic level, "Tooth and Claw" works much the same way that "Watership Down" worked...Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable."--Kelly Link, author of "Stranger Things Happen

""Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart."--Robin Hobb

"Utterly "sui generis."..It's a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but "Tooth and Claw" is one such."--"The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
""A delight. On a basic level, "Tooth and Claw" works much the same way that "Watership Down" worked...Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable."--Kelly Link, author of "Stranger Things Happen
""Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart."--Robin Hobb

Utterly "sui generis" It's a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but "Tooth and Claw" is one such. "The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction"

A delight. On a basic level, "Tooth and Claw" works much the same way that "Watership Down" worked Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable. "Kelly Link, author of Stranger Things Happen"

Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart. "Robin Hobb""

Utterly sui generis It's a rare book that leaves me wishing it were twice as long, but Tooth and Claw is one such. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction

A delight. On a basic level, Tooth and Claw works much the same way that Watership Down worked Highly recommended for anyone who loved the books of Austen, or Heyer (or Laurie Colwin's more contemporary novels, for that matter), and wishes that someone was still writing social comedies that were just as sharp and just as pleasurable. Kelly Link, author of Stranger Things Happen

Jo Walton writes with an authenticity that never loses heart. Robin Hobb
The Pride and Prejudice of the dragon world... I love this sly, witty, fast-paced, brilliant little book. Jane Yolen

Plot strands come together just as they should, with delightful triumphs, resolutions, revelations, and come-uppances. Locus"

About the Author

Jo Walton's debut novel The King's Peace earned her the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. More recently, Farthing was a finalist for the Nebula Award and the Quill Award, and won the Romantic Times Critic's Choice Award. A native of Wales, she lives in Montreal.



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