Strays

Matthew Krause

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Strays By Matthew Krause Strays Shape Shifting Cats and Human Heroes Join Forces in Compelling New Fantasy SeriesEnter of the enthralling world of The Glaring There are million cats in the world but some of them are not all tha

  • Title: Strays
  • Author: Matthew Krause
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  • Page: 412
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  • Strays By Matthew Krause Shape Shifting Cats and Human Heroes Join Forces in Compelling New Fantasy SeriesEnter of the enthralling world of The Glaring There are 500 million cats in the world, but some of them are not all that they seem Part of a secret order called The Glaring, these mysterious changelings move freely among us, sometimes as common cats, sometimes in human form, marking ourShape Shifting Cats and Human Heroes Join Forces in Compelling New Fantasy SeriesEnter of the enthralling world of The Glaring There are 500 million cats in the world, but some of them are not all that they seem Part of a secret order called The Glaring, these mysterious changelings move freely among us, sometimes as common cats, sometimes in human form, marking our movements as we go about our lives.An ancient evil known as Jackal has waged an eternal war with The Glaring, threatening the human world that it protects for centuries In order to defeat Jackal, The Glaring must enlist the aid of two unlikely heroes from the human world Sarah, a teenage runaway fleeing a life of horrible abuse and Kyle, an awkward alcoholic misfit who is reluctantly enlisted as her protector.Sarah doesn t know it yet, but she possesses a healing light so brilliant that no evil, not even Jackal, can resist it The only chance the Jackal has to carry out his wicked plans is to keep Sarah in the dark about her power, weakening her spirit until she breaks.With nothing to protect her but a teenage alcoholic and an army of shape shifting cats, Jackal s rise to power seems almost assured With a gripping premise and bold narrative, Strays lives up the steadfast reputation that award wining author Matthew Krause has earned.The Glaring Chronicles sheds a whole new light on the cat, while paying homage to their intelligence, initiative and ability to integrate well with humans 5% of all book sales will be donated to animal rescue charities.An avid advocate for animals, Krause has pledged to donate at least 5% of all book sales to animal rescue charities, including Ape Action Africa, MEOW, and The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation.
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    1. Greg Yoder on said:

      This is an amazingly fast read, rich with detail that makes you feel like you are right there with Sarah on her adventure Sarah is a 15 year old runaway being pursued by her abusive stepfather and a few other undesirables While hiding in the woods, she meets Tom, a charming young man who brings Sarah food and agrees to protect her What Sarah doesn t know is that Tom is a member of the Glaring, a secret sect of cats that have the power to shape shift and take on human form Something evil is comin [...]

    2. Elle Jean on said:

      I first heard about this author on twitter I read his first book Pitch and I could not put that book down until I finished because the author s descriptive writing style really makes it feel like I am right there with the characters in the story When I heard about this book, again on twitter, I thought it sounded very cool I love cats and fantasy so it seemed like a perfect fit And it was The beginning of the story is a bit disturbing because it deals with child abuse However, I think the author [...]

    3. Kelly on said:

      Loved this book, and can t wait for the sequels Strays is an engaging and fast read, but with much depth than your typical modern fantasy novel It s a story great for young adults and grown ups, men and women, literary novices and bibliophiles alike.At the start of the story, we were introduced to Sarah and Kyle, teenagers with very different upbringings, but both struggling with their own demons I immediately empathized with our characters, wishing them both better lives than the ones they had [...]

    4. Georgeanna on said:

      This is a very interesting premise one I ve not encountered before Some of the cats in our world are much than just cats They are members of the Glaring and their purpose seems to be looking out for the good guys It s presented matter of factly and without fanfare, which makes it seem entirely normal The abused, but not broken, 15 year old, Sarah, is one of those chosen to be cared for by the Glaring We are never fully told why, how, or by whom she was chosen or how the Glaring became aware of [...]

    5. Pat on said:

      Cats and fantasy have always been a fun pairing, and the werecats for lack of a better term that make up the Glaring are no exception It seems their job is to look after human strays, like Sarah and Kyle, and help protect them from the evil in their lives Matthew Krause takes this premise and makes it plausible All his characters are well drawn and believable He alludes to the abuse Sarah has received, but I appreciate that he does not dwell on the details Kyle makes a very unlikely hero, which [...]

    6. Barbara Mason on said:

      There are 500 million cats in the world, but some of them are not all that they seem Part of a secret order called The Glaring, these mysterious changelings move freely among us, sometimes as common cats, sometimes in human form, marking our movements as we go about our lives.For me, this was an O Kay story Could have been better It took me through half the book to get unconfused as the story jumped around so much and the writing was juvenile It touched on mystery, adventure and horror but did [...]

    7. Lcdk on said:

      First of all, I must say that the plot is very creative and unlike anything I have read over the past few years So, for that alone, I commend the author for being able to offer readers something new I also couldn t help but admire the character of Sarah and I even found her to be quite relatable in a few waysI suppose I may be a bit biased with this as I have been a major cat lover my entire life, but I truly did enjoy the book in almost its entirety and found it not only to be clever and unique [...]

    8. Cats 274 on said:

      OK, you should know that I really LOVE cats.But.Having an editor who would carefully read the book before publishing helps eliminating little annoying things that kept popping up all the way Shotgun seat, for example Mentioning it over and over and over again Or when Sarah woke up in the late morning, and on the next page it s still night Or the over detailed and repeating descriptions of, well, just everything Cars, roads, clothesOtherwise it s a fast read Found out about it on Twitter.

    9. Suzi on said:

      Something a little different but definitely a great read Great book for cat lovers out there, they are such interesting creatures I can t wait for the next one to find out what happens next

    10. Patricia Tinkey on said:

      Loved it Can t wait for the next Very unique story line

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