Book: The Unconventional Life of Haee (Haee and the other middlings) by R.S. Verncategories: Book, Graphic Novel, Cat's Tale, City Life, Middling, Middling Cat Haee, Juvenile Fiction, Dark Humor, Allegory, Satire, Children's Fiction
R.S. Vernabout this book: Restless with the material comforts at home, Haee ventures out and meets a middling cat, Whie, in the back alley.
Fascinated by Whie's way of life and driven by a need to establish some form of discipline, Haee creates a new set of rules for all the middling cats living in the alley. The alley becomes known as "Green Alley".
Over time, some begin to break the rules. While "playing police", Haee starts to question the soundness of his rules and the need for these rules.
Scathing, but fair, cat Haee is as ordinary, average and conventional as it gets. But he represents the insecure and noncommittal persona present in many of us today.
• "The plot bears features of an allegory, as it contains several levels of understanding. "The Unconventional Life of Haee" can be read and enjoyed as a simple tale woven around an alley-cat, although it has a deeper layer of ideas inter-twined in it. The themes are not made lessons. They are presented just as parts of the world it describes." - Readers Favorite
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