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Review: Meepcha and the Lost 100 (The Cats of Nova Book 2)

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I’m not a huge fan of reading Fantasy, nor do I generally read middle grade novels. I read and reviewed Chermpf, the first book in The Cats of Nova series, because the author’s wife had pitched it to me in such a lovely email, I just couldn’t say know. And I ended up loving the book. Meepcha and the Lost 100 continues the story of Gracie Fisher, her feline guardian Roscoe and their companions Dondo, Bear and Mimyat.Continue Reading

Review: The Ninth Life by Clea Simon

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Book covers don’t always reflect a book’s actual content, but in the case of The Ninth Life, the first in Clea Simon’s dark new series, the cover is a perfect reflection of the book’s feel and tone.

Written in the voice of Blackie, a black cat with a mysterious past, and combining elements of fantasy and mystery, The Ninth Life introduces this unusual feline and his human companion, Care, a fifteen-year-old homeless girl. Continue Reading

Review: Chermpf (The Cats of Nova Book 1)

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I’m not a huge fan of reading Fantasy, nor do I generally read middle grade novels, so Chermpf* by William S. Russell III was a bit of a stretch for me, and I’ll be honest, the only reason I even picked it up was because the pitch email from the author’s wife was so lovely, I had to at least give it a try. And I have to say, I’m glad I did.Continue Reading