[PDF/EPUB] Kine By Alan Lloyd Author Alan Lloyd

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E weasel to fight back against Gru and her dark followers So with Kine and his motley allies we spend one glorious unforgettable summer in another world a world where solitary cre. When you have to read the blurb to know what s going on you know its not going to be the most enjoying read I literally have no idea what the point was to some characters for instance the old man who dies at the end like he didn t have much purpose I mean I guess he raised kine s daughter and whatnot but still it was weird And some other characters I felt like had no purpose was this girl and her boyfriend The book doesn t say what their names are and the whole thing just annoyed me On the plus side I liked the story and the animal characters which was why I read this though I wish the villains had character and appeared and I will admit I did drift off at times but hopefully the next books will be better

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Kine By Alan Lloyd

A peaceful valley of woodland and marsh little changed for centuriesUntil a ferocious invader appears wild mink savage and unstoppableIt is left to a brave but tiny hunter Kine th. 25 strsI picked this up because I couldn t find my copy of The Last Unicornand somehowthis was my idea of making up for it unicornsarerealThis has some mad Watership Down vibes in that it s not the most kid friendly kids bookLike Watership Down it s goryUnlike Watership Down it s kind of a struggle to get through the overly long descriptive passages Unfortunately it becomes redundant writing Honestly it was painful at timesI found half way through that the best way to read this is to mostly skim it Even the story makes sense that wayKine the weasel protagonist himself is also kinda unlikable He s beyond arrogant and it grates my delicate nervesThe other characters don t have the charm of anyone from Animals of Farthing Wood but they aren t all entirely bland Kia the female weasel is decent The Watcher an old rook is coolThere s also a cantankerous adder in this so that makes me happyOverall it s good in that it was affective in its violence Definitely LikeI m not a fur coat wearer by any means but I ve never so much wished for the death of a mink Vicious bastardsFinal point Over arching story is good but execution a bit painful Sadly most likely will not continue the series

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Atures prowl secret paths and hedgerows and whiskered legions gather for battle as autumn draws nearBewitching cruel fresh poetic sad here is all the magic of the hidden coutrysid. A fascinating book if you like animal stories A uiet valley has remained unchanged for many years One day calamity came to the valley A savage invader arrived to terrorise and kill the residents The hero is young Kine the weasel A beautiful bewitching and haunting story which has its sad and cruel side Magical I absolutely loved it when I first bought it in the late eighties and have read it than once previously Finding it again among a pile of long forgotten books I was keen to once enjoy this special book so at the beginning of May I ddid so with no regrets It s an awesome and powerful story aimed at all ages from young adult to the oldest reader


10 thoughts on “Kine By Alan Lloyd

  1. says:

    25 strsI picked this up because I couldn't find my copy of The Last Unicornand somehowthis was my idea of making up for it #unicornsarerealThis has some mad Watership Down vibes in that it's not the most kid friendly kids' bookLike Watership Down it's goryUnlike Watership Down it's kind of a struggle to get through the ov

  2. says:

    A great little story in which animals are given human characters and a huge epic style uest to fill the pages Yes KINE has much in common with WATERSHIP DOWN the novel that popularised the whole sub genre of anthropomorphised animals yet it stands alone as an entirely separate style of work The author comes across as a poet a man with a love of nature who captures the passage of the seasons and the beauty of Britain's countryside in lyrica

  3. says:

    I read this when it first come out I had not long read Watership Down and Duncton Wood Therefore I was on a little roll with animal stories If my memory serves me correctly I think it is set in Kent Kine is a Weasel living happily until a group of vicious mink invade the territory of the weasels If you enjoyed Watership Down Duncton Wood or Tarka the Otter I think you would enjoy this colourful tale too I would certainly recommend it Meet

  4. says:

    When you have to read the blurb to know what's going on you know its not going to be the most enjoying read I literally have no ide

  5. says:

    It was nice that Kine had a character arc Also Kia and Wonder are best weasels even if they are not like other girls

  6. says:

    I was looking for weasel fiction books on and happened to come across this along with Welkin weasels I ended up buying both of them

  7. says:

    Lovely adventurous story written for rather intelligent children it seems I made a long list of words to look up although the general

  8. says:

    A fascinating book if you like animal stories A uiet valley has remained unchanged for many years One day calamit

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    Again I went into this book with high hopes and for once I was not disappointed The wording of the book was a little strange as it

  10. says:

    A really wonderful book A story of a weasel and a war among the animals A kind of Lord of the Rings for critters

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