Torno: a middle-grade novel
At first I didn’t have a name, but now my name is Torno, and this is the true story of my life. My day began on the street, fightin’ and hungry most of the time, but I was full of life. I was the ugliest mutt on the block. The bigger mutts made fun of me, called me skinny, hairless, squirt, you name it.
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