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- The Rage for lifeA wordless graphic novel for therapists, counsellors & other professionals working with young people who use aggression to manage early terrors.
The Rage for Life is a wordless graphic novel for use by therapists, counsellors and other educational and social care professionals working with young people who use aggression to manage early terrors.
There was once a boy named Lou who had raven black hair and an easy smile that never reached his eyes. He was born with the usual number of limbs and fingers; his face had all the usual features in all the usual places. He looked like a child and dressed like a child, but beneath the surface he was a wolf.
Some people said he was born wild, others argued the beast had been beaten into him and the wolf was but the shadow of a deep buried pain. Only Lou really knew where the beast came from, but he had never told anybody.
As for me, it was all the same. Child or wolf? I’ve never been one for appearances. But there was one thing I knew, if you want to survive in a dog-eat-dog world, you’d better have the sharpest teeth.
This is Lou’s story…