Feral She lives in fear of the two legs of the noisy massive trains that scream in and out of the station of cats and rats and dogs and the dark of the tunnels She lives in the subway where the hard sho

  • Title: Feral
  • Author: Bev Cooke
  • ISBN: 9781551437477
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • She lives in fear of the two legs, of the noisy, massive trains that scream in and out of the station, of cats and rats and dogs and the dark of the tunnels She lives in the subway, where the hard shoes kick her ribs, where shrill voices beat her ears, where she subsists on the garbage of the humans But the little cat walks alone Until she meets Candlewax, a street kidShe lives in fear of the two legs, of the noisy, massive trains that scream in and out of the station, of cats and rats and dogs and the dark of the tunnels She lives in the subway, where the hard shoes kick her ribs, where shrill voices beat her ears, where she subsists on the garbage of the humans But the little cat walks alone Until she meets Candlewax, a street kid exiled from the subway tunnels, and Katherine, a student photographer who loves her on sight From these two she learns that trust can banish fear and love provides a home wherever you are.

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    1. Reviewed by Sally Kruger aka "Readingjunky" for TeensReadTooFERAL by Bev Cooke is about life below the streets. Subway platforms and hidden tunnels where the trains roar is the setting for this story of survival. Little Cat was born in the subway and through sheer wit has somehow survived. Much of the story is seen through the eyes of this little survivor. She waits patiently in her safe hidey-hole watching the action around her. She knows when the crowds come and when it is safe to venture out. [...]

    2. I put off reading Feral thinking that "bad things happen to nice kitties." But the character of Little Cat didn't actually send me heading for the tissues. I think it may have had something to do with anthropomorphizing the MC. I can't think of a book that purports to have animals speak in English to express their thoughts that really makes me suspend my disbelief.Even so, I think this one will be popular with teenage cat lovers.

    3. I really enjoyed the dreamy, descriptive yet somewhat vague, present-tense writing style the author utilized. Even though by the end, the importance of the cat's perspective kind of fades beneath the less interesting gang conflict.

    4. Good book for the sophomore inquiry unit (homelessness) but certainly not riveting reading. Told in 3rd person limited - the subway cat's POV. Odd and confusing. Worked better once I got used to it.

    5. um. WHOA. this book is TERRIBLE. i read 40 pages and only made it that far because i was at the gym and desperately needed something to read. it's bad. it feels racist. it's poorly told. i don't recommend it. in fact, i almost put it in the recycle bin on my walk home from the gym.

    6. i give it a little bit less than a 5 star. in my opinion i did not like so much how it ended. But it was a fantastic book. I felt that i was a scardey cat.

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