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What can monkey tribes fighting in the Indian streets tell you about power? Quite a lot in this brutal political satire. Monkeys = men. You’ve seen wars on TV. You’ve read about them in books. But never wars like this: monkey wars. When a troop of Langur monkeys attacks a group of Rhesus monkeys, a bloody struggle for power starts. One young Langur monkey, Mico, tries to help the Rhesus survivors. But he’s soon caught up in the corrupt secrets of the Langur leaders. As more blood is split, Mico must decide which side he’s on. Because when monkeys go to war, there will be no survivors…

  • Longlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal and UKLA Award
  • A tale of power-lust and bloodshed by a BAFTA-nominated screenwriter
  • Bold, dark and superbly written; a contemporary Animal Farm
  • “Strikingly original” – Anthony Horowitz

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Product Details






Walker Books Ltd

Date published

March 3rd, 2016

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 7.0; Middle years; 16.0 points

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  • 400 pages


UK edition


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