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Doglands Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBFurgul is a puppy born in a slave camp for racing greyhounds But he has a terrible secret he is only part greyhound When the cruel owner of the camp recognises Furgul s impure origins he takes him to be killed, but Furgul manages a spectacular escape Now Furgul must confront the indifference, complexity, and ferocity of the greater world, a world in which there seems to be two choices live the comfortable life of a pet and sacrifice freedom or live the life of a free dog, glorious but also dangerous, because every man will turn his hand against you.


About the Author: Tim Willocks

Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBBritish doctor and novelist.



10 thoughts on “Doglands

  1. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBLike Watership Down plays out the world of rabbits and Animal Farm reveals the politics of the farmyard, Doglands takes on the point of view of a greyhound mixed breed pup Furgul from his whelping cage with champion runner mother Keeva in a horrible dog breeding place the dogs call Dedbone Hole When it becomes clear to Keeva s sadistic master that her litter was with Argal, a lurcher, rather than the purebreeds, Furgul and his sisters are slated for destruction In feats of derring do and gumpt Like Watership Down plays out the world of rabbits and Animal Farm reveals the politics of the farmyard, Doglands takes on the point of view of a greyhound mixed breed pup Furgul from his whelping cage with champion runner mother Keeva in a horrible


  2. Kirsti Kirsti says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBI ve read many of these type of books in recent years that is, realistic animal fiction depicting an animal and their view of our world There s been numerous dog books in that mix too, although this one definitely makes it mark in terms of showing cruelty and death, and not just for the dogs I did wonder and probably knocked it down a star for the adding of the character Jodi, a woman who can listen to and talk back to dogs If only it were that simple It took the plot in places I didn t rea I ve read many of these type of books in recent years that is, realistic animal fiction depicting an animal and their view of our world There s been numerous dog books in that mix too, although this one definitely makes it mark in terms of showing cruelty and death, and not just for the dogs I did wonder and probably knocked it down a star for the adding of the character Jodi, a woman who can listen to and talk back to dogs If only it were that simple It took the plot in places I didn t really


  3. Saturday& Saturday& says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBApart from knowing that this was a novel about dogs I didn t have any expectations of it I always prepare myself for dog stories to make me sad they usually do and yes, this one was no exception However, it also really entertained me It made me laugh ha, ha, ha and of course cry weep, weep, weep It made me feel angry grr, grr, grr but also happy joy, joy, joy Tim Willcocks certainly has captured the positives and negatives of the world that we share with dogs.


  4. Luna Pacheco Luna Pacheco says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBThis book has got a very special place in my heart Thanks to this book, which was recommended by a friend of mine, I ve regained my love for reading after not reading a book since many years It s amazing how it changed my life The messages in this book are beautiful and profound, and very worth reading Furgul will forever stay in my memory Thank you for this wonderful work, Tim Willocks.


  5. Talpa_Stygius Talpa_Stygius says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBThis was probably the most mean spirited animal book I have ever read I am just barely on the last few chapters and I don t want to finish it Just made me too angry The characters weren t terrible but not good either The story took many weird turns that had me scratching my head, and it wasn t what I expected it to be I understand what it is trying to do but the execution did not do it for me.It could just be me, but there were times where it felt strangely opposed to the human dog bond This was probably the most mean spirited animal book I have ever read I am just barely on the last few chapters and I don t want to finish it Just made me too angry The characters weren t terrible but not good either The story took many weird turns that had me scratching my head, and it wasn t what I expected it to be I understand what it is trying to do but the execution did not do it for me.It could just be me, but there were times where it felt stran


  6. Shelley Shelley says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBIf you are looking for an honest account of life from a dog s view of the world this is your book True to the ways of Richard Adams novels, life is given to the world of the dog with vivid reality, their interactions with each other, beliefs, and ways of life which we humans might misconstrue as something else A beautifully epic novel which is sure to stand the test of time as a classic Now bear in mind that this book is from the viewpoint of a dog who has seen some pretty horrendous things If you are looking for an honest account of life from a dog s view of the world this is your book True to the ways of Richard Adams novels, life is given to the world of the dog with vivid reality, their interactions with each other, beliefs, and ways of life which we humans might misconstrue as something else A beautifully epic novel which is sure to stand the test of t


  7. Zane Zane says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBWhen I first embarked upon this book, I was told that it was going to be rather a lot like Watership Down, and was very disappointed when it turned out to be nothing like it at all In fact, I wasn t super fond of this book for a large portion of the beginning Like, it was readable, but not all that much to capture my interest Then this became a story about one dog s struggle to keep his nuts and his freedom , and I was sold I like it when books take surprising turns like that.


  8. James James says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBBest dog fiction since The Call of the Wild


  9. Makenzi Keller Makenzi Keller says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBThis book was a sad but entertaining story about dogs The author used a lot of cliff hangers in this book A good example of this would be when the main character Furgal was left in the dog catchers truck and he hears a lot of noise and then chapter ended Another thing that I thought was sad about the book was that the person named Deadbone only breed greyhounds for racing and any dog that couldn t run fast enough would be throw into a pit where over thousands of dog bodes were put to die on t This book was a sa


  10. ⋟Kimari⋞ ⋟Kimari⋞ says:

    Paperback ☆ Doglands PDF Ð doglands kindle, DoglandsDoglands ePUBThis is a hard book to rate The dog mythology, characterization, and plot pacing are well done, I really enjoyed those parts I also liked how human conversations were depicted, for example, Dedbone s Boast, boast, boast and Gloat, gloat, gloat The author did a lot of research on puppy mills, greyhound racing, and animal cruelty all of which are integral to the plot Certain scenes are so accurate in regards to animal cruelty, I wanted to skip them It s not that they are exceedingly grap This is a hard book to rate The dog mythology, characterization, and plot pacing are well done, I really enjoyed those parts I also liked how human conversations were depicted, for example, Dedbone s Boast, boast, boast and Gloat, gloat, gloat The author did a lot of research on puppy mills, greyhound racing, and animal cruelty all of which are integral to the plot Certain scenes are so accurate in regards to animal cruelty, I wanted to skip them It s not that they are exceedingly graphi


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