By Erin Hunter
The time has come for canines to rule the wild.
In the aftermath of the large Growl that destroyed their urban, Bella and the Leashed canine have eventually settled within the wooded area the place there's lots of fresh water and prey. yet a fierce Pack of untamed canines has laid declare to the land, and their menacing Alpha will cease at not anything to make sure that it really is his alone.
Lucky has taught the Leashed canines a lot approximately survival for the reason that they misplaced their longpaws, they usually refuse to go into reverse. Bella hatches an complicated plan to strength the enemy Pack away—a plan that facilities on Lucky's sly crafty and intelligence.
Though he nonetheless feels the pull of a Lone puppy lifestyles, fortunate concurs to assist, figuring out that he can't go away his buddies till they're secure. Now, fortunate can be proven in additional methods than one—and his activities will threaten the survival of either Packs.
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A Hidden Enemy (Survivors, Book 2) by Erin Hunter