FOLCO TERZANI    Book Number: 90572    Product format: Hardback

An extraordinary harmony of words and images, here is a simple and profound story about nature, friendship and the sense of the divine. The stunning watercolour double page illustrations of the animals and birds in their natural surroundings are in pale greys, blues and black. The Dog, always used to the comforts and safety of domestic life, suddenly finds himself abandoned on the street, convinced that without his beloved master he will not be able to survive. Then a mysterious Wolf appears that will lead him to the discovery of the wild nature that the city hides and forbids. Thus begins a long pilgrimage, a journey of initiation to the north, in the company of a pack of wolves, through caves, waterfalls, forest, mountains and lightning storms. To survive the Dog will learn to hunt and will be forced to face many dangers until he arrives at Moon Mountain where, immersed in the blinding glacier light, he will finally have to face the biggest question of all. 'I'm here, I've arrived. But how did I do it? With every day I received everything that I needed.' By the author of the conversations with his dying father the bestselling 'The End is My Beginning', here is a beautifully illustrated spiritual fable about an abandoned dog searching for his creator which asks us to reflect on the big questions in our own life. 189pp, watercolours.
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ISBN 9780008325992
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