Lupus Rex by John Carter Cash

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Cash writes with an almost poetic style, his narrative mythic in scope and tone, though occasionally prone to purple prose.
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The crow king is dead, and in the field below all the creatures tremble as the Murder gathers to choose a new king from the rival sons Sintus, Milus and Nascus. When the crows drive everyone from the field to keep the reckoning secret, the quail Isyl, Cormo and Harlequin believe they must simply follow their elders to safety.
But when the crows turn against each other, the forest becomes full of danger. In the confusion the last wolf, Asmod, shucks off his isolation and begins to raise an army to claim the kingdom for his own. As hidden truths are brought to light and enormous sacrifi ces are made Isyl and his friends must make an epic journey and an unthinkable alliance if the lesser animals are to survive.
 

About John Carter Cash

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John Carter Cash is a five-time Grammy Award–winning music producer and author of Daddy Loves His Little Girl, Momma Loves Her Little Son, and Anchored in Love: An Intimate Portrait of June Carter Cash. He is the only child of June Carter and Johnny Cash. He lives with his wife and children in Hendersonville, Tennessee.  Scott Nash is an award-winning illustrator of the Flat Stanley series as well as Catch That Baby!, Saturday Night at the Dinosaur Stomp, and The Bugliest Bug. He lives in Maine, and you can visit him online at scottnash.com.
 
Published June 3, 2013 by Ravenstone. 288 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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Above average
on Jun 17 2013

Cash writes with an almost poetic style, his narrative mythic in scope and tone, though occasionally prone to purple prose.

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