Chosen Too [Chosen Trilogy - Book 2] [NOOK Book]

Overview

A pride of giant prehistoric cats is mutated by an alien abductor and compelled to hunt the walking apes destined to evolve into humankind on the ancient East African savannah.
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Chosen Too [Chosen Trilogy - Book 2]

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Overview

A pride of giant prehistoric cats is mutated by an alien abductor and compelled to hunt the walking apes destined to evolve into humankind on the ancient East African savannah.
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Editorial Reviews

Simone Outshoorn
"Once again Alan J. Garner has achieved a masterful result by weaving a great tale about the survival of prehistoric life. Rich in detail, full of life, and with the spot-on characters of the big cats. All mixed together with his own true style of humour.

Like his first effort, this makes for a riveting story; I found it hard to put the book down. It was an absolute pleasure to read. I for one will be looking forward to his next book. Can't wait."
Gavin G.
CHOSEN TOO is a very thought-provoking and evocative tale about the emergence of Man. One leaves it with the feeling that it is an episode. I will be looking forward with eager anticipation to more revealing sequels."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013285958
  • Publisher: SynergEbooks
  • Publication date: 2/1/2007
  • Series: Chosen , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 668 KB

Meet the Author

Dreaming of becoming a cartoonist, Alan J. Garner realized his early ambition drawing a cartoon strip about the ups and downs of a cheeky magpie published daily in a local newspaper. Hankering to write, at the urging of his wife he began putting down on paper his first novel. Bringing his wicked sense of humour to the project produced The Chosen One and the abandonment of the sketched line in favour of the written line. Originally a fan of old style science fiction, Alan quickly embraced fantasy. Opting to combine the best of both worlds, he blends magic with a pinch of machinery and a generous dollop of wit, in the process terming himself a science fantasy humorist. Alan has not completely forsaken his drawing roots and designs covers for his books. However, the pen remains mightier than the paintbrush and he prefers the medium of writing, penning further novels and some darker short stories, plus a fantastical children’s novel based loosely on his childhood.

Finding that writing rudely intrudes on his full-time work as a painter/decorator in Auckland, New Zealand, Alan shares what time he has spare with his significant other half, Michelle, and their many cats, proudly bringing a uniquely Kiwi flavour to his writing.
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