Addiction Fiction Friday: The Wild Ones by C. Alexander London ~ ARC Review by Tristan

Welcome to Addiction Fiction Friday where we feature a book of fiction that will become your new addiction. Today I am excited to bring you C. Alexander London's new book Wild Ones. This is a book for fans of Warriors. Tristan was a huge fan of the Warriors series and said he loved this book even more.


10 out of 10 paws

The Wild Ones by C. Alexander London 
Publisher: Philomel Books
(An imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group)
Publication Date: August 25, 2015
Rating: 10 paws
Source: Advanced Reviewer Copy provided by publisher at BEA

Author's Description:

When a country raccoon used to a soft life winds up all alone in the big city, there's no telling what he'll do to survive -- and to save his fellow wild animals in the process.

Kit, a young raccoon, has lived his whole life under the Big Sky in the comfort of his parents' burrow. But when a pack of hunting dogs destroy his home and kill his parents, Kit finds himself in Ankle Snap Alley, a city in the midst of a turf war between the Wild Ones and the people's pets who call themselves The Flealess. There he follows the clues his parents left behind to uncover the secret that they died for–the existence of an ancient truce that gives Ankle Snap Alley to the Wild Ones. But The Flealess will stop at nothing to keep that secret buried forever–and Kit is in serious danger.   
Perfect for fans of the Warriors, Spirit Animals, or Redwall series, this first book in the Wild Ones epic is sure capture young readers' imaginations and take them on a great adventure.

Tristan's Review:

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C. Alexander LondonC. Alexander London (Alex) has written books for children, teens, even a few grown ups. He’s the author of The Wild Ones, Dog Tags and Tides of War series, as well as the Accidental Adventures. His young adult debut, Proxy, was an American Library Association Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Readers and included on their 2014 Best Fiction For Young Adults list. Proxy is a 2015 Texas Lone Star Reading List and TAYSHAS Reading List selection. His books for adults include One Day The Soldiers Came: Voices of Children in War and National Jewish Book Award finalist Far From Zion.
Alex was born in Baltimore, Maryland and moved to New York to attend Columbia University. He graduated with a degree in philosophy and earned his Masters Degree in Library Science from Pratt Institute. 
At one time a journalist reporting from conflict zones and refugee camps, he is now a full time novelist living in Brooklyn, NY,where he can be found wandering the streets talking to his dog, who is the real brains of the operation. 

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  1. Thanks for this review going to add this one to my sons list to check out

  2. Thanks for this review going to add this one to my sons list to check out


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