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A Fox Called Woff

Written By: Leslie Austin
  • ID Book : 1481762206
  • Publisher : AuthorHouse
  • Number of Pages : 275
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Reads : 821
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  • eFile : a-fox-called-woff.pdf

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This is a fictional survival story about a young fox ripped from his family in a harsh mountain region. Unique obstacles from raging river rapids, cruel humans, chasing bloodhounds, bloodthirsty wolves, and hungry bears all offer challenges to conquer. Unexpected help comes in many unusual ways and strong bonds are formed along his path. This is a journey of growth through danger, love and faith. This perilous adventure awaits your vivid imagination. If you dare to enter into A Fox Called Woff's world! Heading straight towards the blood-thirsty lynx, thoughts start rambling around inside his brain. They bounce around his head faster than his legs are running. "What am I going to do? Am I going to fight him? Are they all dead? Am I crazy or is this just a dream? Where is Mom? We are all going to die?! No I must save them even if it means . . ." WHAM, Woff rams straight into the side of the grinning cat with a complete disregard for the safety of his own body.

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