The Rule Of Claw by John Brindley
  

The Rule Of Claw

Written by John Brindley

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This is a rollercoaster adventure of good and evil with a central character that you’ll empathise with immediately. An original and page turning thriller that’s a must for the teenage market. It is a powerful and thought-provoking novel combining elements of the plot of Lord of the Flies, with the pacy story-telling of Michael Crichton and the evolutionary theories of Richard Dawkins. The result is a compelling tale with a strong message about saving our planet.

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The Rule Of Claw by John Brindley

A move away from the effervescent over-the-top world of Amy Peppercorn, this is a powerful stand-alone novel in the best tradition of thrillers. We enter a futuristic world and meet a band of sixteen year olds who were dumped in isolation at an early age. They're educated partly by gleaning facts from the few books in their possession, but primarily through their experiences of survival which features death and danger. A new threat emerges when the teens transcend their own rules and eat animal flesh. Ash is kidnapped and becomes a pawn in the power struggles between the formidable raptors. In these beautiful beasts, she glimpses new forms of evolution which make her consider her own humanity. Soon she learns the frightening truth of their origins. And realizes the dangerous implications for herself and her friends.

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'strongly shaped by conflict between good and evil'

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About the Author

John Brindley
John Brindley lives with his partner in the southeast of England. He has two children, both of whom have been instrumental in the development of his early stories for young people. John is a keen music fan and enjoys playing squash and socialising in London.

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Format

Hardback

Author

John Brindley
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Publisher

Orion Publishing Co

Publication date

17th May 2007

ISBN

9781842555873

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