Ivan Tomas Tomas itibaren Musewal, Punjab 144040, Hindistan
A lovely animal fantasy story, similar basis to Brian Jacques Redwall series - a bit like a combination of Redwall and Robin Hood really. Obviously this is targetted towards the young adult readership, but I do feel it is a little over simplified in places - such as how the sheriff is always on their tail on their quests, but when the weasels are home in half moon wood having loud celebrations, he's somehow never around hmm. I'm also not that impressed with how rats are made out to be evil creatures as it does conform to a stereotype and may leave a lasting impression on oung children reading the book, who are already told by society at large that rats aren't nice animals. It would be nice for a book like this to paint rats in a good light. Other than that this book was a good heart warming read.
from what i have read so far, it's an increadible overview of the dehumanizing effects of corporations interest in the bottom line being the dollar. encourages a humanistic element being inserted into the priorities of the economy.