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Wordy on Wednesday with Biblio-Kitty Amber #14 featuring CATastrophic Connections
The Self-Appointed Biblio-Kitty
Pawesome greetings fellow bibliocats
Welcome to another Wednesday on the blog.
Oh my what a fabulous week, apart from all the high-tension and stress on Tuesday Tails yesterday, I've been languishing on my ladder without a care in the wurld. I've been adding to my to read list and scouring the interwebs fur future books to review as even though I read oodles of books on my three week sabbatical, it won't be long until I've shared them all with mew! MOL And now that the nights are drawing in, fur us that means more reading time as who wants to be outside in the dark when it's cold and possibly raining, I'm more of a; get the P.A. to make a fire in the sitting room, get snuggled in a soft blankey and while the hours away with a good book, there's nothing better. Anyhoo let's get to this weeks novel!
I think it is a little misleading to say this is true cat cozy mystery, as while it has a cat Sylvester aka Psycho Kitty featuring, he is not an active and integral part of the plot. He just makes random appearances here and there with mainly little or no input unlike other cat cozy mysteries I have reviewed. That aside it was an enjoyable read, howeffur I think Sylvester should have had a much larger role throughout. It is well plotted and has plenty of twists and turns to keep mew guessing, and it does make a great rainy day read as a mystery novel as long as mew don't the want the kitty in the starring role. At the moment I'm not sure if I'm going to delve further into the series, I think I'll put the series on stand-by fur when I have nothing else.
Paperback copy: 248 pages long
Audio Edition: 7 hours 19 mins long
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Ratings of : CATastrophic Connections
Have mew read this book, if so what did mew think?
Well it's time fur me to sign off again, as mew know the deal, so many books, so little time! And if any of mew have written a book that mew'd like me to feature; either use the contact form - look left on the side bar - or use the contact us page fur our email address, as I'd love to showcase our furriends pawesome literary talents.
Happy reading or listening Bestest Biblio-Purrs Amber