eBook (PDF), 199 Pages
(3 Ratings)
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Zeegpaw is the tale of a puppy who has it all, then one day the lot is taken away from him and he has to battle for his life against the might of the evil cat, Inkpen and the might of his Inkpire. If you add a criminal rat called Stendl, an old dog called Heilmut and two spies called One and Two, you have a ripping adventure story with allegorical qualities.
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  • By Carlton Engaine
    Aug 18, 2009
    "Zeegpaw" What a find! I thought that sights like this were only for books that nobody wanted, but I can tell you something, this Zeegpaw has got them beat. It's got action, it's got good characters and I found it totally original. Its one problem might be the fact that I think it a little hard to label. Is it history, is it crime, thriller, murder or simply literature.
  • By Lucie Edwards
    Jan 8, 2009
    "Zeegpaw" This is what used to be called a rip-roaring adventure. I can see why G Toote says it's like Fleming. I also enjoyed it (must check out the site that is mentioned). The rat cracked me up and in Inkpen I think we have found a new Voldermort. Setting was good and I enjoyed the vulnerability of the hero. Good first novel.
  • By Martin Kiersnowski
    Dec 23, 2007
    "Review of Zeegpaw by my son Ollie Kiersnowski" This book is one of the most tense books I've ever read. I'm so happy that I bought it and I can't wait till the next books come out. The book was thrilling and tense, it was brillaintly written and I would be happy to buy any other book that you have written!
  • By George Toote
    Nov 1, 2007
    "Zeegpaw" I'd heard a bit about this book on the web and through a review I'd read. I liked those so I thought I would give it a go. What a find! This guy sure can write and Zeegpaw is not only for kids. I'm twenty seven and I think this could be the series of books to take over from Harry Potter. In brief it's about a dog who escapes from this cellar who makes friends with this rat and how they fight this mad cat who likes to suffocate animals. If you're an adult you pick up on the fact that it's set in Germany and that the characters represent types. All very allegorical and all fun. This is like Ian Fleming/Alistair Maclean meeting Orwell/Rowling. I would recommend anybody giving this a try. There is also a bonus that I got. There's an email where you get lots of stuff including a CD of music to listen to (I've not got this yet, but I'll be sending off for it in the next week or so). A definate five stars I can't wait until the next installment.
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Tony Harries
November 4, 2011
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