Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
Sandra Hedley was getting sick of her horrible life in New York...until a mysterious dark-skinned man showed up with his giant black Rottweiler. Phooka is the fourth story in the Bestiary Tales
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
  • Words: 2,660
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781465817662
About Allison Graham

Allison Graham is a longtime lover of literature. She read The Phantom Tollbooth in the third grade and has been determined to seek out and read intellectually stimulating books ever since. Fantasy and horror will forever hold a special place in her heart.

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James Jenkins reviewed on March 15, 2014

Good feeling follow from the reading of this book. There is an unsolved mystery, but it is appropriate to the story line, so I did not feel like part of the story was missing.
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Jonathan Antony Strickland reviewed on June 3, 2013

Another good addition to the Bestiary Tales, as a woman befriends a huge dog and strange man.

The story has a strange mysterious feel running throughout it as were left wondering how the relationship between the two can grow as he hides so much about himself from her.

Yet another good read from this excellent author.
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Krysteen Damon reviewed on March 25, 2013

I love this one! It has a very sweet feeling to it, and I just love how you're left wondering if she ever sees him again.
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Rob Wilkins reviewed on March 9, 2013

This story has a quiet pace to it. Unhurried from start to finish, and when it's done, there's a lingering quality about it. It stuck with me afterwards longer than other stories that I thought that I had enjoyed more, including some of the author's other pieces, and that's perhaps because of its slightly open-ended conclusion. I'm particularly fond of stories that follow me around after I'm done reading them, and I find they grow on me a little afterwards in a way that others don't. Even though I feel I like other stories by this author more, this is the one I most wanted to return to and read again.
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