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7 thoughts on “The Shadow Tribe

  1. Fee Roberts Fee Roberts says:

    The Boy with the Scar by Jaffrey Clark is the first book in The Shadow Tribe series Joby is homeless and he does what he has to do to surviveI read the first three books and found The Shadow Tribe to be a uite engaging series With wonderful writing Clark has a way of bringing his characters to life and making us care for them We see their struggles and feel their torment While the series starts out with us meeting Joby we are introduced to an array of wonderful and not so wonderful people The setting is like any other city that has its wealthy and poor but Clark puts you in that city as if you were actually living there yourself With great descriptions Clark's imagination and character development takes us into Joby's world Full of mystery and intrigue and did I forget to mention magic? Yes magic as with a lot of fantasy Clark adds an element of magic that I've not read about bringing something new to the genre I highly recommend this series to middle graders and adults alike


  2. Kira Simion Kira Simion says:

    This cover style is appealing and the blurb adds to the effect I am a curious cat Get it? There's a dog on the cover blurb


  3. IArtichokeu IArtichokeu says:

    Excited to have found another indie author who can create worlds that I crave to jump right intoJoby is a young homeless boy who doesn’t let obstacles stop him from doing what he wants and needs In fact he may as well say he enjoys his life Unlike others his age he is skilled living the streets Not even the adults can accomplish what he is capable of doing nor fight the way he does He is skilled with his weapon and is talented enough to get what he wants Though being homeless in a busy city comes with its obvious struggles Luckily Joby does not live alone He has his very trustworthy companion named Scratch Scratch is a stray dog who roams the streets living like other strays but is very fond of JobyThis book is an introduction to a series of books that will come out later I’m unsure as to how many But in my opinion would have liked to see them mashed into one I had a blast reading about Joby and Scratch and really enjoy Jaffrey Clark’s story telling Adventure magic unknown creatures skilled combat uniue abilities and pretty much everything else my imagination craves It was 59 pages of great reading but left me wishing the book was lengthy I looked into book two ‘The Shadow Tribe The Girl with the Stars’ and see its 30 pages longer being 89 but would rather see these parts put into one book I’m assuming book two is an introduction to another character from book one given its title but still feel conflicted with purchasing so many parts I understand it’s a short story but it feels like I’m getting chapters rather than books However I look forward to reading Jaffrey Clark’s other writings and have added his other book ‘The Reaper’s Seed The Sword and the Promise’ into my to be read list Looking forward to that read Its lengthy being 268 pages and is a series with three books already out When an author is able to feed our imaginations with such entertainment I often comment on their ability to do so That does not mean I will always go back to their work though But Jaffrey Clark is an author I will definitely be going back to After reading this book I’m confident enough to know that I’ll be grabbing Jaffrey Clark’s future books right away once he releases them I am very glad to have found an author who can write exactly what I’m looking for Just hoping they will be lengthy in the future


  4. Happy Booker Happy Booker says:

    The boy with the scar is book one of three in the young adult fantasy series of The shadow tribe This fantasy novel is about a young boy named Joby and his dog Scratch Joby lives alone and is homeless He is strong and can fight his way through the way he lives He isn’t an ordinary boy and possesses a scar on his arm This scar lights up when an incident happens as he saves a beggar The dark magic comes from the person he fights with to save the beggar This intrigues him to find out why and what the scar is for in the first placeThe tale was short and sweet Having said that it had everything an interesting story would need A young boy magic secrets surprise suspense and funny moments were all embedded within this small bookThe literature was suitable for its audience and the character was developed splendidly Joby was relatable and easy to love It was apparent to see that the work was written with care and exceptional thought Even though it was short there weren’t any loopholes or fluffed up content just to drag the story along Everything had a purpose and the wordings were carefully put together creating a fascinating storyI recommended this book to parents and kids that enjoy reading adventure stories


  5. Barbara Keigher Barbara Keigher says:

    Excellent author The deep loneliness of the young boy makes you want to pray somebody will take him in as their child and show him the love he needsThere are some bad characters and some fairly good but no one see this boy except his dog which is so sadThe people of the town seem to worship some kind of idols which is always a bad signThis boy has seemingly a compassion heart than most of the adults who are too busy buying and selling and some doing nefarious deeds with mystery and magic involvedI recommend this author and this book I read his other series which was also great tho perhaps in a way uplifting than this oneHowever this novel is almost as if the author is asking his readers to soften their heartswhich is not a bad thing in this age which is often all about me myself and I


  6. C.A. Knutsen C.A. Knutsen says:

    A good start on the seriesWell described world with hints of magic on the edges The character Joby is well developed I would have liked to have material in this first book but it was an enjoyable read


  7. David Long David Long says:

    This is a well written short story that does a great job drawing you into the life of a boy with a mysterious scar and many other mysterious secrets


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The Shadow Tribe ➶ [Reading] ➸ The Shadow Tribe By Jaffrey Clark ➫ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Joby is not your average boy Homeless destitute and without friends his past is a mystery even to him With a magical staff and a fast hand he roams the desert city of Terron with his only friend a str Joby is not your average boy Homeless destitute and without friends his past is a mystery even to him With a magical staff and a fast hand he roams the desert city of Terron with his only friend a stray dog named Scratch Every day is one of survival Every day is the same Until one night When breaking up a fight to help a lowly beggar escape his assailant The Shadow PDF or the mysterious scar on Joby’s right hand begins to glow blue Narrowly escaping the aggressor in the fight Joby finds he has messed with a man possessing dark powers Determined to understand the origin of his scar Joby sets out to discover the identity of this sorcerer whose spoken spells made it glow in the dark.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 59 pages
  • The Shadow Tribe
  • Jaffrey Clark
  • 10 December 2014

About the Author: Jaffrey Clark

Growing up I started telling stories as early as three or four years old My imagination was so healthy I am told that I often acted out full scale battles between good and evil in the yard by myself In classic boy style they were of course violent causing some concern for my mother Fortunately I turned out okayAs early as second grade writing was a highlight in my education The Shadow PDF or I eve.


7 thoughts on “The Shadow Tribe

  1. Fee Roberts Fee Roberts says:

    The Boy with the Scar by Jaffrey Clark is the first book in The Shadow Tribe series Joby is homeless and he does what he has to do to surviveI read the first three books and found The Shadow Tribe to be a uite engaging series With wonderful writing Clark has a way of bringing his characters to life and making us care for them We see their struggles and feel their torment While the series starts out with us meeting Joby we are introduced to an array of wonderful and not so wonderful people The setting is like any other city that has its wealthy and poor but Clark puts you in that city as if you were actually living there yourself With great descriptions Clark's imagination and character development takes us into Joby's world Full of mystery and intrigue and did I forget to mention magic? Yes magic as with a lot of fantasy Clark adds an element of magic that I've not read about bringing something new to the genre I highly recommend this series to middle graders and adults alike

  2. Kira Simion Kira Simion says:

    This cover style is appealing and the blurb adds to the effect I am a curious cat Get it? There's a dog on the cover blurb

  3. IArtichokeu IArtichokeu says:

    Excited to have found another indie author who can create worlds that I crave to jump right intoJoby is a young homeless boy who doesn’t let obstacles stop him from doing what he wants and needs In fact he may as well say he enjoys his life Unlike others his age he is skilled living the streets Not even the adults can accomplish what he is capable of doing nor fight the way he does He is skilled with his weapon and is talented enough to get what he wants Though being homeless in a busy city comes with its obvious struggles Luckily Joby does not live alone He has his very trustworthy companion named Scratch Scratch is a stray dog who roams the streets living like other strays but is very fond of JobyThis book is an introduction to a series of books that will come out later I’m unsure as to how many But in my opinion would have liked to see them mashed into one I had a blast reading about Joby and Scratch and really enjoy Jaffrey Clark’s story telling Adventure magic unknown creatures skilled combat uniue abilities and pretty much everything else my imagination craves It was 59 pages of great reading but left me wishing the book was lengthy I looked into book two ‘The Shadow Tribe The Girl with the Stars’ and see its 30 pages longer being 89 but would rather see these parts put into one book I’m assuming book two is an introduction to another character from book one given its title but still feel conflicted with purchasing so many parts I understand it’s a short story but it feels like I’m getting chapters rather than books However I look forward to reading Jaffrey Clark’s other writings and have added his other book ‘The Reaper’s Seed The Sword and the Promise’ into my to be read list Looking forward to that read Its lengthy being 268 pages and is a series with three books already out When an author is able to feed our imaginations with such entertainment I often comment on their ability to do so That does not mean I will always go back to their work though But Jaffrey Clark is an author I will definitely be going back to After reading this book I’m confident enough to know that I’ll be grabbing Jaffrey Clark’s future books right away once he releases them I am very glad to have found an author who can write exactly what I’m looking for Just hoping they will be lengthy in the future

  4. Happy Booker Happy Booker says:

    The boy with the scar is book one of three in the young adult fantasy series of The shadow tribe This fantasy novel is about a young boy named Joby and his dog Scratch Joby lives alone and is homeless He is strong and can fight his way through the way he lives He isn’t an ordinary boy and possesses a scar on his arm This scar lights up when an incident happens as he saves a beggar The dark magic comes from the person he fights with to save the beggar This intrigues him to find out why and what the scar is for in the first placeThe tale was short and sweet Having said that it had everything an interesting story would need A young boy magic secrets surprise suspense and funny moments were all embedded within this small bookThe literature was suitable for its audience and the character was developed splendidly Joby was relatable and easy to love It was apparent to see that the work was written with care and exceptional thought Even though it was short there weren’t any loopholes or fluffed up content just to drag the story along Everything had a purpose and the wordings were carefully put together creating a fascinating storyI recommended this book to parents and kids that enjoy reading adventure stories

  5. Barbara Keigher Barbara Keigher says:

    Excellent author The deep loneliness of the young boy makes you want to pray somebody will take him in as their child and show him the love he needsThere are some bad characters and some fairly good but no one see this boy except his dog which is so sadThe people of the town seem to worship some kind of idols which is always a bad signThis boy has seemingly a compassion heart than most of the adults who are too busy buying and selling and some doing nefarious deeds with mystery and magic involvedI recommend this author and this book I read his other series which was also great tho perhaps in a way uplifting than this oneHowever this novel is almost as if the author is asking his readers to soften their heartswhich is not a bad thing in this age which is often all about me myself and I

  6. C.A. Knutsen C.A. Knutsen says:

    A good start on the seriesWell described world with hints of magic on the edges The character Joby is well developed I would have liked to have material in this first book but it was an enjoyable read

  7. David Long David Long says:

    This is a well written short story that does a great job drawing you into the life of a boy with a mysterious scar and many other mysterious secrets

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