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4.5 out of 5 stars
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4.5 out of 5 stars


on 9 July 2013
love this book it followes wild road also fantastic if you love cats you will love this xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx xxx
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on 6 June 2000
After reading 'The Wild Road' I couldn't wait to read the sequel 'The Golden Cat'. I didn't think the descriptive writing could get any better, but it did. After having reviewed 'The Wild Road' I knew I wanted to do an on-line review of this. It was superb to find what happened to Tag and co. The similarities to my own cats are there again in this book. The heroic fight of the cats against all the cruelties of the human world again made me cry and sometimes thoroughly ashamed to belong to the human race. So as not to spoil it too much, for those that haven't read it, I found the most emotional part was when Stilton (who had been bred in captivity for experimentation) was finally free, yet ill, said 'I don't mind if I die now, after all, I've seen all this'. Thankyou to the 2 who make up 'Gabriel King', I was thrilled to read your comments on-line and I can't wait for 'The Knot Garden'. Please don't stop writing, yours are the only 2 novels I have been enthralled to finish in the last 10 years! Thankyou Rebecca from Tetbury p.s I've got my husband addicted too, he's currently half way through 'The Golden Cat'
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on 9 June 1999
like the wild roads before, this book takes you on a journey.Looking for love sealink returns to the usa.The king and queen have 3 kittens>and all is not well with the wild roads still. no one will ever guess the twists this book will take.i was hooked to the last page.and still wanted more.I1m not a great fan of "journey" tales.but tag and co come to life like only garry killworth`s midnights sun, or frost dancer, have ever done.This book was written by a CAT. there is no other explanation.The details, history, and lives of this band of hero`s, is so well written it must be a winner of any book awards. The story is so complex, yet the writting is so easy, the reader will be hard pressed to put it down.Now when i see cats about, or any of the other creatures in this story, i think a little differently about thier lives , needs , and adventures. this book is dedicated inside to all the cats who have died in labratories. This book should be read in schools up and down any country.If we dont learn from reality, then maybe fiction will make us sit up and see whats going on.
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on 30 November 2004
A wonderful fantasy which one minute had me laughing out loud and the next minute reduced me to tears.Not my normal type of book,but decided to give it a try as I am a cat lover.Was not disappointed,although I wish I had read the first book to learn a bit more of the background.Could identify with previous pets I myself have owned and now own.
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on 17 January 2014
If you like magical adventure, humour, good fighting evil and most of all, cats, they are all here in this series of books. At times very sad but inspiring, with fascinating characters. I had read two of these books years ago but could not get the others via the local libraries. This time I read them back to back and felt bereft when I finished them! I have passed them on to my daughter and will recommend them to others who like the mystical and fantasy.
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on 9 March 1999
Gabrial King's long-awaited sequel to the Wild Road does not disappoint. The continuing adventures of the Tag and his cohorts are engaging from beginning to end and spans Cat life from the country to the city and across the Atlantic to the depths of the Loiusiana Bayou! King has successfully developed his existing characters and introduced several others to support and thwart the quest to find the Golden Cat of the title.
I look forward to more work by this author.
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on 28 December 2012
Being a cat-lover and the servant of two cats and a stray, this book and others by Gabriel King have changed the way I see my animals. Well-written and enthralling.
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on 10 March 2013
Excellent book bought as a gift but the condition of the book was not as good as I had expected or hoped for, it was grubby and the cover was torn
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on 19 August 2002
What a wonderfully exciting, tragic, fun book. I first read it several years ago and came across it a few weeks ago, read it twice and then bought The Wild Road. The story is so moving and leaves the most vivid pictures in your head. I can see all the characters so clearly and feel so deeply involved with them. The sad, tragic but lively figure of Cyn and the Southern maid, Sealink with her honeyed voice and simple wisdom. All of these cats will live on in my memories. I can't wait to finish The Wild Roads and then get The Knot Garden & Nonesuch
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on 23 January 2015
Great book
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