The Wildings: The Hundred Names of Darkness
The Nizamuddin cat clan are licking their wounds, slowly recovering after their terrible battle with the ferals from The Shuttered House. But soon they find their beloved Delhi neighbourhood is changing around them, and they encounter new enemies – vicious dogs, snakes and humans. Unless Mara, a young ginger kitten, can use her powers as a Sender to help the clan find a safe haven, the small band of cats will be wiped out for good.
Led by the plucky Southpaw the cats set out on a perilous journey through India’s urban jungle in search of a new home, meeting many new loyal friends, and deadly foes, along the way. The Hundred Names of Darkness concludes the thrilling story that began with The Wildings.
A delightfully eccentric novel to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. A must for fans of Neil Gaiman The Lady A vivid read The Times of India A few pages into Nilanjana Roy's The Wildings, you'll wish you had whiskers and could mew... a pageturner and a charming read DNA India Could well become a classic in its own time Sunday Guardian A delight to read -- Salman Rushdie
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