Tale of the Pack by B. P. Williams (Book Review #1079)


Tale of the pack is a fictional story about Elizabeth Forty, a 10-year-old orphan in the Happydale Home for Parentless and Unwanted Children, located in Tri-Rivers in Western Montana.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Elizabeth is not happy there. The place is run by them doing chores and listening to legal lectures. Everything seems unbearable to her, and so she decides to run away. As she is on the run, Elizabeth encounters three boys messing with a kitten. She defends the kitten by attacking them, falling unconscious. When she wakes up, she discovers that she can talk to animals, which shapes up the rest of the story.

Elizabeth and her animal friends have very interesting happenstances. The literature is written well, and it was lovely to see how Elizabeth bonded with the animals and the true love she found. Odin’s Island was described well, and the pace of the story kept the reader intrigued.

I recommend this book to animal lovers and those who like fictional tales.

Written by Jeyran Main

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