Lost Dogs by Garrett Carr
  

Lost Dogs

Written by Garrett Carr

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Ballydog may well be a weird, weird town (in Ireland as it happens) with weird characters, and monsters giving it that supernatural touch but this is a great read. The author is a terrific storyteller and has clearly had a great time writing both this the second set in the town of Ballydog and the first one The Badness of Ballydog. Surprising too that even though the storyline is so surreal and weird it's also strangely believable.

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Lost Dogs by Garrett Carr

At last there is peace in the city. A shipment of vicious creatures will be exported faraway. Their containers rattle, howl and smell of death. But not everyone is keen to see them leave. Shouldn't the place that makes the monsters keep them? Ewan has returned to the city for his father's trial. May has joined a school for special talents. Andrew wants only to keep out of trouble. But trouble is sure to find them. It has their scent.

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'A born storyteller' The Times

About the Author

Garrett Carr

32-year-old Garrett Carr comes from a town in the west of Ireland a bit like Ballydog.
He has worked as a cook, a fruit-picker, a brickie, a web-developer, but mainly as an
illustrator. He has worked for governmental agencies in his native Ireland and for
development agencies in Latin America. He now lives in Belfast, where he contributes
to the city's burgeoning literary scene with publications, exhibitions, and readings of
his work. He has been studying at the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry where he
was taught by author Ian Sansom. This is the first book in a trilogy about May,
Andrew and Ewan - and their battles with monsters old and new.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
240 pages

Author

Garrett Carr
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

1st November 2010

ISBN

9781847385994

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