The Wild

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Nekona is a feared and respected hunter... but she is also quite the airhead. Being the energetic and silly humanoid cat that she is, she often causes her tribe much trouble and misunderstands the deeper meanings of things. Upon hearing of a tournament, Nekona sets out to find exciting battle but is sidetracked upon smelling something really tasty! More
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About Nathan Anton

Nathan Anton is a fantasy author currently studying Japanese to sate his love for the most interesting place on the planet. Apart from writing novels and short stories, Nathan is an avid video gamer and connoisseur of Japanese anime. Inspiration for his vast universe is everywhere, be sure to get sucked into it!
All the stories Nathan writes about are set in the same universe and are sometimes linked to one another discreetly. Deeper meanings are everywhere in Nathan’s novels, keep that in mind the next time you read one.

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Laconic reviewed on Aug. 29, 2015

A well told short story that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Looking forward to more.
(review of free book)
James Hold reviewed on Aug. 29, 2015

I'm not familiar with the genres of anime or gaming, but I do like [and write about] cats so I did find this interesting. It was well-told and the characters felt authentic.
(review of free book)
Alex James reviewed on Aug. 29, 2015

The Wild is the short story about feline humanoid Nekona, a ditsy and greedy humanoid whose innocent misunderstanding of what is rude frequently gets her into trouble.

When the tribe learns that a city on the horizon is up in flames, they fear they may be next to taste of Queen Arcona’s wrath. The tribe leader orders Nekona to take part in an upcoming tournament and … Nekona doesn’t remember the rest.

The Wild was informative, in that it was entertaining and fun, and left me with a wholesome feeling of fulfilment after having read it. Nekona’s innocence offers a glimpse into happiness and an appreciation of oblivious souls that is often forgotten about.
(review of free book)
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