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Longtails: The Storms of Spring

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In a not too distant future, humanity is extinct. The world is now ruled by animals who wield swords, magic and technology to create and protect vast empires. As darkness grows on the horizon, an unlikely hero will be chosen to defend this new world.

Del Hatherhorne would rather stay inside and read about heroes than become one himself. But when it is discovered that he bea
Kindle Edition, 1, 348 pages
Published April 24th 2018 by Jaysen Headley Writes
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David M.
May 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Longtails: The Storms of Spring transports the reader to a distant future where talking animals (especially mice) have inherited the remains of the human world. This is more than just a furry post-apocalypse, however, it is also a pop-culture fuelled adventure, with more than a nod towards both Ready Player One (in the constant comic, movie, and gaming references) and a Steampunk sort or exuberance when it comes to technology — Longtails characters are just as likely to use a laser pistol as a s ...more
H.R.R. Gorman
Jan 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
In short: if you liked both "Ready Player One" and "Redwall," you're going to love this one. I already can think of people I know who I'm going to recommend this book to, and I think there's a wealth of people out there who would chow down on this story. A fun little YA title.

I found the Longtails blog on accident, and I thought the idea of post-apocalyptic "Redwall" sounded amazing. While I found the beginning to be a little bit slow and somewhat too focused on spoonfeeding world information, t
Jen Hupf
Jan 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was such a fun ride. I adore the characters!
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Kimberly Headley
Apr 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book is a great adventure book. Got to know the characters. Surprises, twists, and turns. It will be fun to read about this clans next adventure. Can’t wait.
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Jaysen Headley was born in Colorado in 1988. He grew up near Denver and became accustomed to writing and telling stories, releasing his first graphic novel, The Class, in 2010. Since then he has published several short stories including The Chipmunk, as well as a second graphic novel, Jazu the Wanderer. In 2012, Jaysen moved to New York City where he was inspired to write his first novel, A Love S ...more

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