Varjak Paw (Varjak Paw, 1)
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Don't worry about what other people think - keep reading! It's the best thing you can possibly do. And if you want some writing tips that might help you in your ambition to become an author, you can find some of mine here: PPS I'm going to send you the original letter I have written to you, as there are drawings for you.
I feel like this is far too long overdue but I wanted to thank you for writing the absolutely fantastic books that are Varjak Paw and The Outlaw Varjak Paw. It's been roughly eleven years since I first had the pleasure of reading those books and have reread them many times since and they never cease to delight me each time I do. When I first read Varjak Paw at around the age of seven I was not a fan of reading, to put it lightly, as I found it an extremely tedious pastime as a child but reading Varjak's story changed that. I honestly can't even imagine not having loved reading anymore because of the amount of sheer joy it brings me now. Books and the stories they contain are such amazing things that without them I'd be at a loss. So thank you so much for sparking that love of reading in me with your fantastic books.I live in South East London and I love the references to recognisable landmarks in the book. I walked past Vanbrugh Castle near Greenwich park the other day and wondered if that was the inspiration for the Contessa's house. I'd love to know if there any other locations I could visit from the book. Varjak Paw is a Mesopotamian Blue kitten. He lives high up in an old house on a hill. He's never left home, but then his grandfather tells him about the Way – a secret martial art for cats. Thank you so much for that incredible message! I still have a few books from my own childhood – only a few – so I know how much it means to keep a book for all that time. You can't imagine how much it means to hear that Varjak is one of those books for you, and has stayed with you through your life.
Of course, most would assume that things would melt into peace for the city, the Free Cats (especially for Little Jess, seeing her flourish and reflect on Mrs Mogg's death, if she's changed, ect/Varjak and Holly, Ozzie[? I think he's the one, right?] and Tam being in love, maybe starting families/how Varjak's gang flourishes, how Razor and the two Siamese Sisters are coping, ect. However, I do know that quite a few teachers have done things similar to what you're describing, so it can definitely work!Thank you so much, Elder Paw – that's amazing to hear. And as it happens, I've just written a piece all about my idea for the third Varjak Paw book. Here's a link to the piece– I hope it answers your question. That did it. Julius was bigger than him, and older, but Varjak couldn't help it. He faced up to Julius, fur rising with anger.