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The hideous spirit of Jupiter, the evil cat who was once lord of the sewer rats, has returned, more terrifying than ever. Bent on revenge for his death, he is determined to turn the world into an eternal winter of hatred. The Deptford Mice feel his chilling grasp everywhere they turn. Their allies are murdered, and the prophetic bats flee, sensing impending doom. A rat army thirsty for mouse blood is building underground. And most frightening of all is that the Starglass, their magical source of knowledge and power, has been stolen by a cruel and violent hand. The mice know they face the most desperate struggle of their lives. Will anyone survive?
Mouse tales: don't miss the other titles in The Deptford Mice Trilogy.
©1990 Robin Jarvis; (P)2007 Blackstone Audio Inc.

Critic Reviews

"Jarvis brings the Deptford Mice trilogy to a stunning conclusion in a story that resonates with mysticism, fear, courage, and horror." (Booklist)
"Fans of the mice will find plenty of what they expect in this conclusion: lots of action, lots of gore, a large cast of characters, and a truly evil antihero." (School Library Journal)

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Amazing ending to the trilogy

Narration was great and consistent throughout all 3 books. The ending to the trilogy is so herat wrenching and has you pleading on the end of your seat. The characters were so alive and real, even being mice, they felt human. Loved this story, and I'll be looking for more similar by the author.