The Pack (Dogs of the Drowned City, #2)
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The Pack (Dogs of the Drowned City #2)

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Shep the German shepherd doesn't know why his family has left him alone, nor does he understand the terrible, shrieking storm that has torn apart his city. He just knows that the new dogs he's met are his best chance at survival -- especially now that they've made enemies of the wild dogs in the city. Can Shep keep his new friends safe until his family -- maybe -- returns?
Hardcover, 240 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Scholastic Press
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Kirsti
Gritty, but still a good read. I dont think these books are aimed at children, there are a number of horrific deaths and violent scenes. I always think this makes animal literature more realistic and appealing. The world is naturally cruel, and animals often suffer in these situations. I really enjoyed this bridging novel, the second in the trilogy. There was plenty of action and excitement. This series is good for Erin Hunter fans,or better yet gritty animal literature such as Watership Down or...more
Ms. Yingling
Lorentz, Dayna. The Pack. (Dogs of the Drowned City #2)
Scholastic, 1 May 2012 (paperback)
Reviewed for Young Adult Books Central

Shep, Callie, and the other dogs leave the animal shelter and meet up with Honey and Fuzz, a cat who can speak dog! Shep decides to let Fuzz into their pack because of Honey's attachment to him. The pack doesn't have a safe space to sleep, and when they finally find an abandoned boat, fights break out because of the crowded circumstances. There are problems with wild dog...more
Benm
i think this book is good for people who like to read about dogs and survival because they all have to rely on one another to help out each other because if they didn't help one another they would start fighting and not being able to help each other and others in need like dogs who are in buildings who can't get out of the building they are trapped inside. they also need help finding food for one another because they are running out of food before they can do this they also need water for energy...more
Tanya
I read this book with my son for school. It reminded me a lot of Animal Farm but in modern day. It was funny, sad, and a great learning lesson for my son. If you have a 3rd - 5th grader, I think this book is a good one
Gale
I loved this book but it was sorta depressing.Honey died, cheese died it was really sad.And then you know who comes back just to annoey me.Ugh just a sad sad world out there:-[
Misty
:( :( I couldn't find any sites to read this... an i cant get the book please email me at canyouseewhatisee0123@gmail.com if u know a site.
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Pretty good. I've read better though
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Dayna is a writer of children's, young adult, and adult literature.
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