The Forest Calls

Fiction, Commercial Fiction

The new meerkat novel from the bestselling author Moritz Matthies
 
 
The zoo in Berlin needs money, and so director Windhoeck unceremoniously sells the beloved mob of meerkats to a garden centre in ice-cold Oslo. At the last second, the mob manages to escape, thanks to Ray and Rufus. Totally exhausted after a long odyssey and with nothing in their possession except their furry lives, the clan arrives in a secluded forest that promises them some security. This paradise is short-lived, however – the forest dwellers, especially Herrmann the boar, are anything but enthusiastic about the newcomers. When Rufus falls for a female rabbit, Ray opens a disco, and several young meerkats decide to experiment with hallucinogenic fruits, conflicts start to escalate...


• Approximately 600,000 novels and audiobooks sold in the previous titles of this series, making the SPIEGEL-bestseller list

Moritz Matthies

Moritz Matthies is the pseudonym of two successful Berlin authors: Hans Rath and Edgar Rai. They have garnered much praise and a large fanbase with their bestselling series about the adventures of the lovable meerkats Ray and Rufus – 'Der Wald ruft' ('The Forest Calls'), also published by dtv, is the first in this series.

The Forest Calls

The new meerkat novel from the bestselling author Moritz Matthies
 
 
The zoo in Berlin needs money, and so director Windhoeck unceremoniously sells the beloved mob of meerkats to a garden centre in ice-cold Oslo. At the last second, the mob manages to escape, thanks to Ray and Rufus. Totally exhausted after a long odyssey and with nothing in their possession except their furry lives, the clan arrives in a secluded forest that promises them some security. This paradise is short-lived, however – the forest dwellers, especially Herrmann the boar, are anything but enthusiastic about the newcomers. When Rufus falls for a female rabbit, Ray opens a disco, and several young meerkats decide to experiment with hallucinogenic fruits, conflicts start to escalate...


• Approximately 600,000 novels and audiobooks sold in the previous titles of this series, making the SPIEGEL-bestseller list

Bibliographic Data
336 pages, ISBN: 978-3-423-21957-0
First published 2021