The White Fox

The White Fox

Book - 2011
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"By all accounts, Jack Lawson was a normal British teenager. He had few friends, no love life, and a horde of embittered teachers who seemed to be after his blood on a regular basis. In his Birchford home, a centuries old overflow prison-turned-orphanage, life was excruciatingly mundane. Then came the Cult of Dionysus, a sect of sorcerers at the head of an encroaching Darkness. Then an old friend back from the dead. And then the white fox. Suddenly life wasn't so mundane anymore"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: [St. Charles, Ill.] : Medallion Press, 2011
ISBN: 9781605424620
Branch Call Number: / SF BARTHOL JAMES
Characteristics: 472 p. ; 21 cm


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Hufflegirl Aug 23, 2012

I loved this book! It was a great fantasy novel, mixed with lots of adventure and I was never bored. It took a little while to fully throw you into the story, but it was exciting the whole way through. I loved how Jack and Lucy were best friends, and NOTHING more. It shows how amazing friendships between opposite genders are important. I would suggest anyone looking for a fun adventure to read this book!


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