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Alveridgea & the legend of the lonely dog

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Published by Atlantic Books, London (2012). Hardback. Includes original press release. Welcome to Port Alveridge. You'll notice something quite unusual about its inhabitants. Many of them are cats; and the ones that aren't cats, are dogs. Alveridgea and the Legend of the Lonely Dog is the irresistible tale of a little pup living in this cat-eat-dog world... Another time, another world. Port Alveridge, nestled on the edge of the sparkling Esparrow Sea, is a town divided. Cats and Dogs who once fought ancient battles now live as uneasy neighbours in segregated districts, with the town ruled for the greater good of Felines. Into this hotbed of simmering rivalry steps an orphan hound - Arthur Snout - deposited on the steps of the Alveridge County Orphanage. A small, unhoundish loner, Arthur is bullied by the other houndlings. And their nickname of 'Lonely Dog' soon sticks. Lonely Dog has a special gift, however, a gift for music that crosses boundaries, styles, and even species... Torn from his new rough-and-ready family: from Old Rolph - orphanage headmaster, father figure and secret music-lover; from a childhood sweetheart - Kelzie, whom Lonely Dog loves more than anything; from Bronson - biker gang leader who protects him - Lonely Dog flees for his life to the hinterlands, where he unwittingly becomes the star of an outlawed late-night pirate radio show. With Bronson jailed and shadowy offshore Feline powers marshalling for a war that threatens to destroy all Hound-kind, Lonely Dog must return to Port Alveridge and face his destiny. Can a shy, reluctant hero - armed with nothing but his 'Houndsound' - change the course of Alveridgean history?
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Author(s):
Ivan Clarke; Stu Duval
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Edition:
2012
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Hardback
ISBN-10:
1848873328
ISBN-13:
9781848873322
Number of pages:
267
Publisher:
Atlantic
Title:
Alveridgea & the legend of the lonely dog

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Published by Atlantic Books, London (2012). Hardback. Includes original press release. Welcome to Port Alveridge. You'll notice something quite unusual about its inhabitants. Many of them are cats; and the ones that aren't cats, are dogs. Alveridgea and the Legend of the Lonely Dog is the irresistible tale of a little pup living in this cat-eat-dog world... Another time, another world. Port Alveridge, nestled on the edge of the sparkling Esparrow Sea, is a town divided. Cats and Dogs who once fought ancient battles now live as uneasy neighbours in segregated districts, with the town ruled for the greater good of Felines. Into this hotbed of simmering rivalry steps an orphan hound - Arthur Snout - deposited on the steps of the Alveridge County Orphanage. A small, unhoundish loner, Arthur is bullied by the other houndlings. And their nickname of 'Lonely Dog' soon sticks. Lonely Dog has a special gift, however, a gift for music that crosses boundaries, styles, and even species... Torn from his new rough-and-ready family: from Old Rolph - orphanage headmaster, father figure and secret music-lover; from a childhood sweetheart - Kelzie, whom Lonely Dog loves more than anything; from Bronson - biker gang leader who protects him - Lonely Dog flees for his life to the hinterlands, where he unwittingly becomes the star of an outlawed late-night pirate radio show. With Bronson jailed and shadowy offshore Feline powers marshalling for a war that threatens to destroy all Hound-kind, Lonely Dog must return to Port Alveridge and face his destiny. Can a shy, reluctant hero - armed with nothing but his 'Houndsound' - change the course of Alveridgean history?
Condition: As new.

Added value:
First Edition
Author(s):
Ivan Clarke; Stu Duval
Condition:
As new
Edition:
2012
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1848873328
ISBN-13:
9781848873322
Number of pages:
267
Publisher:
Atlantic
Title:
Alveridgea & the legend of the lonely dog

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