Clan Ground - Review
I recently finished Clan Ground which is the second book in the series The Named by Clare Bell. When I first came across this series, I was still in high school and looking for something other than Goosebumps or Fear Street to read (but I still love ya, R.L. Stine). I found a couple of Clare Bell's books and took them out and I'm glad I did. Ratha's Creature is the first book of The Named series, and I would highly suggest reading this book before you read any other books in the series? Why? Because you will not understand or appreciate the rest of the series or the progression of the story without the root story, which is constantly referred to in Clan Ground, and likely the rest of the books in the series.
Granted, I haven't read Ratha's Creature since high school, though I eagerly snatched it up when I found it for sale. I knew the book had stayed with me for all these years, but when I read Clan Ground, I was shocked ju
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It was a beautiful autumn day. It was warm with a gentle breeze. The sky was so clear and so blue. The smell was crisp with that special autumn smell: leaves, wood, smoke flying free from fireplaces throughout the town and along the route. I could hear the melodious cries of Nincada in the far off distance, even through the closed window.
Yes, all of that was outside, and I sat inside, oblivious to it all. I sat in the overstuffed chair in an awkward and lazy pose, one leg over the left arm. I had a bag of potato chips propped between the arm and my other leg. Sprawled out as I was, it was obvious that I was definitely not very…lady like. As I munched on the salty snack, I aimlessly flicked through channels with the remote control. I had to fight with it a little. It was a new universal; a necessity after Garbo, our Herdier, chewed up the remote that had come with the television. She chewed up everything. I could hear that annoying grumble and chewing and slobbering noise behind