King of the Night
At the very edge of Dimwood Forest stood an old charred oak where, silhouetted by the moon, a great horned owl sat waiting. The owl s name was Mr. Ocax, and he looked like death himself. With his piercing gaze, he surveyed the lands he called his own, watching for the creatures he considered his subjects. Not one of them ever dared to cross his path. . .until the terrible night when two little mice went dancing in the moonlight. . .
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - amy.wesen - LibraryThing
Personal Response: I absolutely loved this novel! I thought it was richly detailed and was quite humorous throughout the book. It was easy to pick up and read and I actually read it in two days. I ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - laurensx - LibraryThing
Poppy's love interest becomes the dinner for Mr. Ocax, the great-horned owl. As a result, Poppy becomes the blame for the family not being able to move to a new location. With her wits and quick ... Read full review