Kneel & Kit: Magnificent Brotherhoodby Kenneth Russell Warren
The two youths become fast friends, and Kit’s little
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Kenny Russ Warren’s 60,000 word novel ‘Kneel and Kit: Magnificent Brotherhood’ is the story of wildlife enthusiast Kit Warner, 10, of Vancouver Island, who meets a young Bigfoot, his own age, after the Bigfoot’s father, Thunderhead, saves Kit from a ‘killer’ grizzly.
The two youths become fast friends, and Kit’s little brother, Marcus, 8, is included in the group.
In exchange for teaching Kneel some English words, the young Bigfoot introduces Kit and Marcus to many of his wildlife friends.
Two villains in the story are this notorious neighbour who wants the police to join him in the 'seek and destroy' search for Sasquatches, and the angry grizzly who has already tasted human meat and wants Kit and Marcus for lunch. Meanwhile the young threesome discovers that the grizzly has been stalking the Warner's farm, so they conspire to trap the hostile bear. However, it isn’t the bear that accidentally gets trapped.
In order to save Kneel, who has been wounded and captured by the police,Jack pretends to negotiate with the police to trap Thunderhead (a much more dangerous prize), using the wounded Kneel as a lure. Thunderhead and Kit save Kneel when Jack's double cross of the cops works. However, the wounded Kneel signs an end of friendship message to Kit who is crushed by the message. Kit, who knows the friendship is over, and Kneel angry with him, falls into deep depression and is diagnosed by a General Surgeon as dying of a broken heart; a psychosomatic condition. Kit’s family is devastated.
- Kenneth Russell WARREN
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- Sold by:
- Barnes & Noble
- NOOK Book
- File size:
- 286 KB
- Age Range:
- 13 Years
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