Vulpi

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A daughter of evil. A renegade shapeshifter. A defiant friend. Who is the most dangerous?

Book Setting: Hobart, Tasmania
 
Vulpi, Kate Gordon

A daughter of evil. A renegade shapeshifter. A defiant friend. Who is the most dangerous?

Cat Connolly is a Thyla now. She's not sure where her life is heading, but she knows she doesn't want to go back to the human world.

But all is not well among the shapeshifters. The treaty between the Thylas and the Sarcos is causing tension and the malevolent Diemens are still on the hunt.

Then into Cat's life wanders someone who should be an enemy but acts like a friend - and everything changes again. She discovers more about shapeshifters and Diemens, about Tessa, and about her own heart.

Vulpi
continues the story of Tasmania begun in Thyla. It is the story of how the shapeshifters were created, and a clue to what they might become. It is the story of what happened to Cat, and about the decisions we all must make as we learn how to be.

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  • Paperback
    $17.99 RRP
    ISBN: 9781742752365
    Published: 02/04/2012
    Imprint: Random House Australia Children's
    Extent: 336 pages
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    ISBN: 9781742752372
    Published: 02/04/2012
    Imprint: RHA eBooks Child
    Extent: 336 pages
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"There is plenty of teen angst, rock-and-rolling action and character development to keep Gordon't fans happy as her cast of characters live out their paranormal lives in Hobart and its surrounds." - Chloe Hope, Burnie Advocate

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Kate Gordon

Kate Gordon

Kate Gordon grew up in a very booky house, with two librarian parents, in a small town by the sea on the north-west coast of Tasmania. In 2009, Kate was the recipient of a Varuna writer's fellowship. Her first book, Three Things About Daisy Blue - a young adult novel about travel, love, self-acceptance and letting go - was published in the Girlfriend series by Allen & Unwin in 2010.

Now Kate lives with her husband and her very strange cat, Mephy Danger Gordon. Every morning, while Kate writes, Mephy Danger sits behind her on the couch with his tail curled around her neck. Kate was the recipient of a 2011 Arts Tasmania Assistance to Individuals grant, which means she can now spend more time losing herself in the world of Thylas and Sarcos.

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