The Wildings

“…and then Mara had waited for hours in the dark, but her mother never came back.”

From The Wildings, published by Aleph Book Company, August 2012:

They began to stroll back home; the moon was passing behind clouds and its light was touched with purple and yellow, like an old bruise. They had almost reached the road to the canal when Southpaw felt all his fur stand up at once, Miao whirled, and the air filled with the thick aroma of damp fur and cedar. Behind that was the powerful, warning, dark scent he’d smelled before, drumming through Southpaw’s head.

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One comment

  1. Sudhir Nath · · Reply

    I have only one thing to say about “Wildings”. Fantastic…
    Sudhir Nath – the person who bought the book ‘twice’ at Kovalam Literary Festival, Trivandrum

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