The Last Wild (Quercus Children's Books)

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From the winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize

This is a story about a boy named Kester. He is extraordinary, but he doesn't know that yet. All he knows, at this very moment, is this:

1. There is a flock of excited pigeons in his bedroom.

2. They are talking to him.

3. His life will never be quite the same again...

A captivating animal adventure destined to be loved by readers of all ages.

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ISBN-13: 9781780878300
ISBN-10: 1780878303
Pagini: 352
Dimensiuni: 130 x 198 x 32 mm
Greutate: 0.29 kg
Editura: Quercus Books
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Notă biografică

Piers Torday was born in Northumberland. His career started in theatre and live comedy at the Edinburgh Festival. He then moved into television, where he develops programme ideas. Piers' father is the celebrated author Paul Torday (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen). The Last Wild is Piers' first novel.


'A darkly comic and hugely inventive adventure' Eoin Colfer. 'Splendid stuff' Eva Ibbotson. 'A gripping, original and memorable debut' Francesca Simon. '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. 'It's a grim but in no way depressing read, preaching hope amid dystopia' Financial Times.