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Paws and Planets
     

Paws and Planets

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by Candy Rae
 

Planet Wolf: The Prequels - The adventure begins. Three species, one native, two not. How did the non-natives arrive on Planet Wolf? Why did they go there? Dragons gold, green, red, blue and black. Dying planets; eons apart. Origins of human dragonlore. Courage, conflict and perseverance. Talking wolves. Spaceship convoys. Death of a spaceship.

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Planet Wolf: The Prequels - The adventure begins. Three species, one native, two not. How did the non-natives arrive on Planet Wolf? Why did they go there? Dragons gold, green, red, blue and black. Dying planets; eons apart. Origins of human dragonlore. Courage, conflict and perseverance. Talking wolves. Spaceship convoys. Death of a spaceship. More...

DIAGLON - EARTH - LANDING - SENTIENCE - FIRST LESSON - LEAVE-TAKING - KOLYEI - NEWCOMERS ON TWO LEGS - TRUMPET - TRUMPET’S CALL - STORM - SEARCH - PRISON SHIP - FORT - MOONS AND WATER - DEATH IN SPACE - CHILDREN OF THE WOLVES

PLANET WOLF SERIES
(1) Wolves and War - (2) Conflict and Courage - (3) Homage and Honour - (4) Dragons and Destiny - (5) Valour and Victory - (6) Paws and Planets - (7) Tales and Tales - (8) Ambition and Alavidha
DRAGON WULF TRILOGY
(1) Journey and Jeopardy - (2) Gossamer and Grass - (3) Flames and Freedom
T’QUEL MAGIC TRILOGY
(1) Ephemeral Boundary - (2) Enduring Barrier - (3) Eternal Bulwark
INSURGENCY TRILOGY
(Publication date: 2017)
(1) Rascals and Renegades - (2) Outlaws and Overlords - (3) Soldiers and Songsters
KILL BY CURE
(Available on 2nd December 2016)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011136962
Publisher:
Candy Rae
Publication date:
11/28/2010
Series:
Planet Wolf , #6
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
319,276
File size:
222 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Candy lives in Ayrshire, Scotland with her dog and two ten year old cats who still think they are kittens. She has been a fan of fantasy fiction (and sci-fi as long as it isn't too technical) since her first year at university when a friend introduced her to talking dragons. She started to write on Christmas Day 2003 when she sat down and planned out her first book which (after many revisions) became the first book in the Planet Wolf Series, Wolves and War. Candy works in accountancy, scribbles words in amongst the figures and carries a notebook everywhere she goes (in which she writes down ideas and stories). She has been known to drive off the motorway, park the car in the first available safe spot and write for an hour or more. Candy writes her books in British English. Originally a language of mainland Europe, through the centuries it evolved in England and Southern Scotland before spreading around the world. Added to the basic standards, many national versions are recognised, including American English and British English, which have some grammatical differences and a number of spelling differences.

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Paws and Planets 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
really good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A 375 page (Nook scanning skips on page count) set of short stories of the Wolf Planet series. These are NOT Prequels - they ARE filler stories for after-read series accounts of unexplained events within the books. The tales are interesting but two of the end stories got into convoluted technical explanations that found me skimming pages, also knowing of the coming horror that was to arrive at/on the missing ship gave the story a 'let's get this over with' outlook. A glossary of characters, terms, and events is provided.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story line was good
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An interesting book, but flawed from the standpoint that you really need to read the author's other books first. To say the least, I was disappointed because the book jumps around a great deal in time and location. I never saw any indication before I bought the book that it was a composite of snippets of stories from at least several other stories. There were also a great deal of grammatical errors that were probably due to a very poor translation to digital format, If you've read other wotks by this author, this would be a decent read. If not, this should not be a stand alone book and there really should be more indication to the unsuspecting book buyer as to what they're getting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Should we move.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I think I'm locked out of the first result. It wont let me reply to you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No one has not read this book? NOT EVEN ME. DANG! the review from the other books make this one sound good. Havent read the sereies
Anonymous More than 1 year ago