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   London Wild, by V. E. Shearman  
  Novel, first publication in February 2008
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      Distressed, George sees no other way. When the government declares all Herbaht illegal, he insists on releasing Kitty, his peaceful Herbaht companion. He hopes she'll survive the government's cleansing of the feline race that escaped to Earth one thousand years ago as civil war ravaged their homeland.

    The government sees no other way. Terrorism is escalating among wild Herbaht, who believe they must hunt humans to survive. Government raids and roundups begin. Fearful, Kitty ventures into the wild and is taken in by February, a rogue Herbaht constantly on the run.

    Meanwhile, the Herbahts' alien enemies, the Eschiff, see an opportunity. By providing advanced technology to the humans, the Eschiff hope to finally eradicate the cat race that angered and abandoned them so many generations ago.

    London Wild creatively intertwines the lives of humans, Herbaht, and Eschiff, each with differing agendas and desires. Some are just trying to live peacefully; others are carrying out their leaders' orders. But maybe with honesty, understanding, and forgiveness they can all finally overcome this ancient struggle for survival.

      Related theme(s)  
  • Aliens - Extra-terrestrials
  • Cats
  • Earth
  • Intelligent Animals - Talking Animals - Sentient Animals
  • Terrorism - Terrorists

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