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  • A fun and creepy good time!

    The unique point of view in this book, seeing the world through the eyes of a cat, gives it a fun and interesting perspective. The main character's kitty voice is engaging and humorous, without being too cutesy. Callahan does a good job of building and maintaining the suspense of the story, while creating a fun ensemble cast of neighborhood cats. For fans of the Cthulhu mythos there are lots of references, and she's done a good job of situating her story within that world, moved forward to the modern day. Callahan also does a good job of bridging genres, as the story holds up well for general mystery fans like myself, who are not as educated in the works and world of H.P. Lovecraft. Overall, it's just a good story, perfect to get you in the mood for the spookiness of Halloween, and the cosiness of Christmas.

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  • Surprisingly entertaining

    I got this book as a sort-of Christmas story to read in time with the season. It really has very little to do with Christmas, except that it happens at that time of the year. This book was entertaining and reminded me favourably of A Night in the Lonesome October by Roger Zelazny, which is a Halloween horror story told from the perspective of a dog. I'm more of a dog person than a cat person so I thought the grooming and other details distracted from the story, but then a cat person might feel just the opposite. I also thought the story took a bit to get going, but when it finally did, it didn't slow. I thought the confrontation in the catacombs was great and laughed out loud at the 'attack' Pumpkin Spice performed on the altar. I thought the defeat of the cultists was a bit too easy, or too put it another way, I didn't think the cats had done enough to prevent what was going on. But suddenly, I was on the last page, so I guess they did what needed to be done. Having chapters of the next book added to the end can deceive you into thinking there's quite a bit more action to come when there really isn't any.

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