Tarka the Otter
|Rating||:||4.28 (920 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||256 Pages|
Tarka the Otter book has been released since 0000-00-00. Tarka the Otter are written by Henry Williamson and it has 256 of pages on paperback.
Matt Hetling said An overlooked masterpiece. Most classics enjoy a broad audience, and maintain their popularity through the years because they are so fantastic. Other classics are no less fantastic, but for some reason never attained the iconic status that they deserve. This is that kind of classic, a quiet classic which is little-known, but still has that special ability to impact those who read it.This book tells the life story of Tarka the Otter, who is born in the Devon countryside an. Tarka the Otter is descriptive, realistic, & in places, sad. Tarka the Otter is written very descriptively, from an otter's point of view. It's similar to Watership Down, but Tarka's thought is much less anthropomorphized than that of the characters in Watership Down. You'll find this book quite sad in places, perhaps even upsettingly so, because of the realistic (and unfair) interactions Tarka and others have with English hunters and their dogs a few times (such is life). If you cried at the end of Where. "The Greatest Animal Story Ever Written." according to A Customer. My mom bought me this book when I was ten I immediately thought it was going to be a good book as it had a charming front cover showing an innocent looking otter. Tarka is a sweet young otter and the book is like his life story in a way his life is like a human's . He is born ,he grows up,he loves he loses and he dies. The discription of him and his surroundings create a vivid picture in the readers mind. It really is a charming story and I woul