With Amber ~ The Self-Appointed Biblio-Kitty
Wunderpurr greetings fellow book lovers
It's so lovely to have your company again this week, and I so love our little book club...
... not many of mew will know this, but I am quite a shy and quiet kitty, [much like a snow leopard, mew only see me when I want mew to see me] keeping to myself much of the time, that's why I so enjoy Wednesdays as I get to spend time with my fellow bibliophiles, I can't tell mew how pawesome it is, like on so many levels! MOL
And as I'm so excited about my continuing Wednesday gig I decided to make a cute book club badge, so if any of mew would like it, please right click to save the image.
And now I think it's time to share this weeks selection.
This week on book reviews with Amber, I'm sharing
[Image @Amazon UK]
Here's a little bit of the book blurb courtesy of Amazon UK::
Young teen Stephanie Harrington forms a telepathic bond with an intelligent alien treecat on a pioneer planet - and must fight for the freedom of her new friend and his species against highly-placed enemies determined to claim the world for humans only.
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This is my furst david Weber novel and I have to say I really rather enjoyed it. The descriptive writing was fab and landscape had a reminiscent vibe of Pandora from the movie Avatar with some of the indigineous mammels having six limbs rather than four. The worldbuilding was very good and really enjoyable as the author takes mew to exciting new frontiers, and some of the planets inhabitants are rather deadly and supurr furocious too, just to keep mew on your toes.
The treecats are telepathic which is great fun, as is the diaglogue between the treecats. As the story progresses the bond between Stephanie and Climbs Quickly grows and this leads to an even bigger and more deadly adventure. Obviously I'm not going to spoilerize anything fur mew, but needless to say this was undoubtedly a great read and I already have the next two books in my library waiting to go as soon as I've finished this review. That should tell mew effurything!
Thus far aftur book one, I see this as a highly purromising series and in my humble opinion it's definitely not just fur the young adult market.
Paperback copy: 384 pages
Audio Edition: 10 hours 58 mins long
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The Amber Biblio Rating System Fur Offurall Enjoyment:
A Beautiful Friendship
I do hope mew enjoy this novel and if mew've read it already, tell me did mew like it?
Sadly it's time fur me to say BFN or bye-fur-now as mew know the drill, so many books, so little time!
Happy reading or listening
Bestest biblio purrs