Xcalliber's Tale

Xcalliber's Tale

Genre: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Pages: 
476
£8.99
ISBN:
9781786128201

Dex thinks he is one lucky dog. It seems like just another day at Safe Haven kennels until he is befriended by Winston, a wise foxhound whose advice allows him to win a kind mistress, Aleta. She takes him away from the kennels and gives him a good home. Renamed Xcalliber, he settles in and makes fine new friends with her other pets.

So begins Xcalliber's new life, but are his problems only just beginning? There's trouble ahead when he discovers his mistress suffers from a recurring illness, caused by a secret too dark to talk about.

Will Xcalliber prove to be a more important part of Aleta's family than anyone could expect? Or when he comes face to face with more than he can take, will his loyalty and love for his mistress buckle?

Will Xcalliber have a tale to wag, or slink out with a whimper?

 

Michelle Bartlett

Michelle
Bartlett

Michelle Bartlett lives in South Australia in a small country town nestled in the beautiful Adelaide hills. She is an avid animal lover and lives on a small hobby farm with her husband, son, and animals.

Enriching her life is her close family and stepchildren.

 

Reviews

by
Jamie Morriss
5
What a beautifully written meaningful and adventurous story. I couldn't wait everyday to see what Excalliber was up to next with his new family and his fur and feathered friends. Who will this selfless soul be helping today? The story is a lesson on unconditional love and how to step back and try to see what others are feeling before being judgmental. So many hidden messages woven into the pages with many ups and downs to keep you turning the pages. A must read for teenagers or anybody who has teenage kids and all animal lovers.
by
David Maclean
4
As an avid reader of all types of books. I found this to be very memorable. I would love my 7 grandchildren when they are young teenagers to read this and to help them through their life. So many different difficulties teens have these days explained in an easy way to rectify in this book. A must read for 10 to 16 year olds.

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