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Lightpaw
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has anyone read the wild road

has anyone read the wild rode by Gabriel King because i've heard it really hard to understand.
i would love to hear your opinions!
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Lightpaw
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Re: has anyone read the wild road



Lightpaw wrote:
has anyone read the wild rode by Gabriel King because i've heard it really hard to understand.
i would love to hear your opinions!


wow, no ones read it!? oh well....
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Re: has anyone read the wild road

I've read it, as well as the following book "the golden cat". Enjoyed them both.
Have you read "tail chaser's song" by Tad Williams?
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