Hunted by N. M. Browne

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In this remarkable must-read, N.M. Browne has created a universe in which ancient feuds must be resolved and secrets uncovered in a world parallel with the present day. Karen lies in a coma, her grandmother at her side, but in an alternate, yet parallel world, Karen is also a fox. Karen the fox is befriended by a human, Mowl, with whom the old-world adventure begins. But Karen can exist in only one world. . .which will she choose?

About N. M. Browne

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N.M. Browne was born in the North of England to Welsh parents. This background inspired a fascination with all things Celtic and an interest in how earlier societies survived the bleakness of a northern winter. She lives in London, England
Published June 1, 2002 by Bloomsbury USA Children's Books. 368 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Browne creates a broader context by adopting different perspectives (mostly Karen's, her grandmother's, Mowl's and a soldier-turned-rebel), and she deftly develops Karen's slow realization of her true identity (in the beginning, Karen knows only that she has not always been a fox).

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A gang of girls assaults the heroine so viciously that she imagines herself a "fox set upon by slavering hounds" right before she loses consciousness.

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Asian Review of Books

... Hunted is an ambitious novel for young adults. It tells the story of a ... Children's/
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