Male vs female in an unstoppable thriller – the ultimate battle of the sexes.A Tribal Thing by William P Blight is a thrilling novel that pits men against women in a battle for survival on a treacherous mountain landscape. The battle of the sexes isMoreMale vs female in an unstoppable thriller – the ultimate battle of the sexes.A Tribal Thing by William P Blight is a thrilling novel that pits men against women in a battle for survival on a treacherous mountain landscape. The battle of the sexes is cranked up to a new level as the females match the males every step of the way in a desperate attempt to save themselves.
It is a war that becomes frantic when the wild dogs gather to protect their kingdom from the invaders of their territory.What it’s about:The males were climbing the mountain for the last time. They were young men that had outgrown their teenage years. But it was a chance for a drinking session to celebrate the end of summer and the final time they would be part of Johnny Gower’s gang.
If they had not run into Alice on the way it might have gone as planned. The trouble was that Johnny couldn’t keep his hands off Alice - and that meant the pretty young blonde would go running to her sister. Alice’s sister was Jane Crabb, and Jane was not the sort to let the incident pass by without an instant response.
Jane and her tribe were not prepared for a mountain hike, but she was not going to let Johnny get away with it. They would hunt him down and Jane would pay Johnny back for terrorising Alice. Then they would go back down the mountain with time to spare. They fully expected to be home in time for dinner.Except that it was not going to be like that. Johnny and his tribe were not so easy to find. Night came sooner than expected and then the fog came down.
The boys had their drinking session, and then Johnny killed a dog. If it had been a stray then maybe it would not have mattered. But it was the mate of the hound that ruled the wild dogs on the mountains. Things got worse when the girls witnessed a brutal attack on two climbers.
It was not a good time to confront Johnny. The females were lost and put their faith in following the males to get back home. But that was not what Johnny wanted. He needed to protect himself from whatever the girls knew. There was an accidental death and before anyone could stop it the males and females were at war.
The race was on for to reach the safety of an abandoned mining camp. It was there that the rivalry of the two leaders would become more than just proving who was stronger. The abandoned town would be where that the final battle would be fought. But it would no longer be a fight between Jane and Johnny Gower. There was more at stake than that. The gangs were at war. Now it was a tribal thing.