Written by Richard Kurti
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A thrilling debut novel explores tribal behaviour and the dangerous consequences of it in an action packed story of two competing monkey tribes. A troop of aggressive Langur monkeys make a savage raid on the Rhesus monkeys killing them mercilessly. For one young Langur, the brutality is a step too far. Mico is appalled by the violence and steps in to help the surviving Rhesus. But crossing the tribal line is a dangerous act. What seemed like the right action to Mico sets him at odds with his own corrupt leadership and the secrets they are so keen to defend. His fight for survival is tense and compelling. ~ Julia Eccleshare
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- Robin Johansson, age 14 - 'From the start, this book is an action packed page turner..I would unquestionably recommend this book!'
- Alice D'Angelo - 'I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys an interesting, original story.'
- Safiyah Afghan - 'Full of twists and turns, adventure and romance this book is a fantastic book that readers will find hard to put down.'
- Josh Travers, age 14 - 'An absolute page turner, this book flows swiftly and smoothly, taking the reader on a magical journey across the bustling city of Kolkata through the eyes of the monkeys that fight to call it home.'
- Darcy Elliman, age 15 'Monkey Wars is a beautiful and well written story from the perspective of two young rival monkeys. It’s a heart-warming and gripping story that will stay with any reader.'
Carla McGuigan, age 13 - 'one of my favourites and I would suggest it to both boys and girls.'
Monkey Wars by Richard Kurti
From BAFTA-nominated screenwriter Richard Kurti comes a gripping and original thriller exploring the dangers of power. When a troop of Langur monkeys attacks a group of Rhesus monkeys, a terrifying struggle for power begins. A young Langur, Mico, attempts to stop the bloodshed, but becomes entangled in the the Langur leadership's dangerous secrets. Mico has to chose between right and wrong, but when monkeys turn on each other, there can be no survivors...
Nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal and the UKLA Book Award and described as strikingly original by Anthony Horowitz, author of the Alex Rider and Power of Five series.
“Strikingly original” – Anthony Horowitz
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