Clan Ground

Clan Ground Clan Ground Free Author Clare Bell Capitalsoftworks.co.uk When Ratha Admits An Un Named Stranger To The Clan, He Brings A Change As Great As Ratha S Taming Of Fire Does The Orange Eyed Newcomer Understand The Power Of Ratha S Fire Creature And The Hearts Of Her People Better Than She Does Worship And Control Of Fire May Strengthen The Named And Expand Their Domain, Yet Subjugation To The Red Tongue S Tyranny Threatens To Diminish Them The Herding Teacher, Thakur, Offers A Gentler Alternative, But Dare Ratha Try It Her Choice Will Determine The Future Of The Clan And Her Own Place In It Clan Ground Is The Second Book Of The Named.

  • 4.5
  • 014
  • English
  • 07 September 2018
  • Paperback
  • 301 pages
  • 0974560375
  • Clan Ground
  • Clare Bell

10 thoughts on “Clan Ground

  1. Michael Harry says:

    Who thought a book about talking cats could be so cool

  2. Chantelle Larson says:

    This is an easy to follow plot line littered with all kinds of mischief and struggle sure to please any reader with a love of animals and pack dynamics The plot offers some interesting twists and is riddled with deceit, betrayal and cunning Travel with Ratha once again, as she learns true and hard lessons of life, to welcome change and respect others for their differences Although this installment is missing some of the ...

  3. Thomas Ray says:

    Awesome

  4. Jessi says:

    Big cats with lemurs as pets Loved it

  5. Thistle says:

    Second book of the Named series, sequel to Ratha s Creature which I reviewed here.In the first book, we learned about the Named prehistoric, self aware big cats and the Un Named the same species, just supposedly not self aware The main character discovered that not all Un Named were dumb animals, which lead to her taking one briefly as a mate By the end of the book, she was back with the clan of the Named.Clan Ground was about an Un Named male who came to join the clan He recognized the Second book of the Named series, sequel to Ratha s Creature which I reviewed here.In the first book, we learned about the Named prehistoric, self aware big cats and the Un Named the same species, just supposedly not self aware The main character discovered that not all Un Named were dumb animals, which lead to her taking one briefly as a mate By the end of the book, she was back with the clan of the Named.Clan Ground was about an Un Named male who came to join the clan He recognized the true power of the Red Tongue fire, which they had just started using as a tool , and used it to take control of the clan.Something about this book didn t work It didn t work...

  6. Kat (Lost in Neverland) says:

    Ratha rules her clan now with the power of the Red Tongue and her trusty companions, Thakur and Fessran.On the night of the fire dance, a celebration in honor of the fight against the Un Named, a weak but determined intruder trespasses on clan ground and begs to join their ranks.After proving his worth by not running away from the Red Tongue, this orange eyed stranger is allowed to stay But larger forces are at work, and the orange eyed stranger wantsfrom the Red Tongue and Ratha Even as Ratha rules her clan now with the power of the Red Tongue and her trusty companions, Thakur and Fessran.On the night of the fire dance, a celebration in honor of the fight against the Un Named, a weak but determined intruder trespasses on clan ground and begs to join their ranks.After proving his worth by not running away from the Red Tongue, this orange eyed stranger is allowed to stay But larger forces are at work, and the orange eyed stranger wantsfrom the Red Tongue and Ratha Even as Ratha s good friend Thakur brings home an intelligent treeling that can handle fire sticks with ease and could be a help to the Firekeepers, Ratha is losing her influence over the clan She must get it back before Shongshar drives the clan mad...

  7. Ashley says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Clan Ground The Named Book 2 Summary With her mastery over fire known as the Red Tongue Ratha now leads the Named, a clan of sentient, prehistoric big cats with their own language, traditions, and law But her control becomes threatened with the arrival of an outsider An Un Named stranger with orange eyes arrives, bringing political savvy and a desire to use the Red Tongue for his own purposes As the clan be...

  8. Brennan says:

    i think this one is my favorite the concept of religion without actually calling it religionand sort of the need for these higher intelligent species to have something to worshipidk its very realisticand shongshar a conflicted boy i think he really wanted to do good bu...

  9. Reeva says:

    CONTAINS SPOILERS Clan Ground was a great edition to The Named series I really enjoyed watching how the clan reacted to the power of the Red Tongue I liked Shongshar at first, but I knew he would turn evil Poor thing had to give up his cubs That would be hard no matter if they were witless Poor little creatures all alone in the woods, so sad I hated how the Firekeepers thought they were better and took over the clan I was glad Fessran at the last minute saved Ratha I was surprised t CONTAINS SPOILERS Clan Ground was a great edition to The Named series I really enjoyed watching how the clan reacted to the power of the Red Tongue I liked Shongshar at first, but I knew he would turn evil Poor thing had to give up his cubs That would be hard no matter if they were witless Poor little creatures all alone in the woods, so sad I hated how the Firekeepers thought they were better and took over the clan I was glad Fessran at the last minute saved Ratha I was surprised that Ratha found her...

  10. J.T. says:

    Clan Ground continues with the story of prehistoric cat Ratha and her clan of the Named A strange male, Shongshar, shows up at a Clan meeting, drawn by a mystical attraction to fire Soon, he challanges Ratha for leadership, and the Clan is torn over who to follow, who to respect, and whose vision to believe for the future.Unlike most sequels, this book was as well written as it...

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