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Based on Cat City, the role-playing game created by author T. G. K. 110, comes the dark yet comedic tale of human and chimerian children trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world.
In a time when war has consumed most of the planet, Cat City--also known as Delilium Prime stands as a false beacon of hope. It is when that hope is threatened by the true unity of humans and animal-hybrids, that the elite which dwell in Cat City, ally with the enemy in order to achieve world domination.
Originally called Cat City because the game starred the author’s two pet cats, this first story takes you to the grungy streets of the Slums, part of a larger territory called Delilium 4—formerly known as North America.
Cat City: Tuffy’s Story Volume 1 stars Tuffy Baxton as a young child growing up in the Slums, an environment in which he is bullied by his teacher, the notorious Stuffedy Gang, and Duckling—a Stuffedy with his own crew of wannabe gangsters. Upon meeting Pounce Jigga Bounce and his band of misfits, Tuffy is taught to face his demons head-on. But is the price for standing up for yourself really worth it if you risk becoming the very thing you’re trying to destroy?
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ISBN: 9781468560855
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    Vickie contacted me about her book (a shamefully long time ago, I must admit), knowing I had a love of cats and I agreed to review it. I have started this book several times and stopped several times – NOT, I hasten to add, because I didn’t enjoy it or was finding it hard to get into. Quite the opposite. Instead, I found I loved the book and it has been to my particular chagrin that it has taken me so long to get the real focused time I wanted to spend with this book and nothing else.

    Because readers, this is a wonderful story. But then, I had a feeling it would be.

    So great was my love of this fun tale of the adventures of Kiwi, that I was even able to overlook the fact that there are two children as central characters. Yes, I know this is a book for children aged 9 up but I am not a big fan of children in books and films. Believe me, I am not the maternal type! However, Amy and James are written as well mannered children that I’m sure even I could spend an afternoon with (even if they are a bit naughty for trying to go along with Kiwi’s adventures instead of going to sleep!). Besides, Kiwi is able to work a little magic to make the children considerably more likeable in my view!

    Johnstone is a wonderful writer, able to weave a magical tale. She also has an excellent understanding of the behaviour of cats and injects this knowledge expertly into the tale. Her pace and timing is perfect and despite this being a book made up largely of prose, Johnstone nonetheless manages to make it poetic throughout.

    I loved the exploits of Kiwi, Madame Purrfect and Inspector Furrball. Okay, okay – even the antics of James and Amy. This is the first in the series of Kiwi books and I’m roundly convinced that Johnstone will be called upon to write many more volumes. I believe she is currently working on book four and I can see this becoming a series that wouldn’t be out of place on the bookshelf of any family home, library or school. Bravo on a superb book!

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review. I did not receive any other compensation. All opinions are my own.more

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    Vickie contacted me about her book (a shamefully long time ago, I must admit), knowing I had a love of cats and I agreed to review it. I have started this book several times and stopped several times – NOT, I hasten to add, because I didn’t enjoy it or was finding it hard to get into. Quite the opposite. Instead, I found I loved the book and it has been to my particular chagrin that it has taken me so long to get the real focused time I wanted to spend with this book and nothing else.

    Because readers, this is a wonderful story. But then, I had a feeling it would be.

    So great was my love of this fun tale of the adventures of Kiwi, that I was even able to overlook the fact that there are two children as central characters. Yes, I know this is a book for children aged 9 up but I am not a big fan of children in books and films. Believe me, I am not the maternal type! However, Amy and James are written as well mannered children that I’m sure even I could spend an afternoon with (even if they are a bit naughty for trying to go along with Kiwi’s adventures instead of going to sleep!). Besides, Kiwi is able to work a little magic to make the children considerably more likeable in my view!

    Johnstone is a wonderful writer, able to weave a magical tale. She also has an excellent understanding of the behaviour of cats and injects this knowledge expertly into the tale. Her pace and timing is perfect and despite this being a book made up largely of prose, Johnstone nonetheless manages to make it poetic throughout.

    I loved the exploits of Kiwi, Madame Purrfect and Inspector Furrball. Okay, okay – even the antics of James and Amy. This is the first in the series of Kiwi books and I’m roundly convinced that Johnstone will be called upon to write many more volumes. I believe she is currently working on book four and I can see this becoming a series that wouldn’t be out of place on the bookshelf of any family home, library or school. Bravo on a superb book!

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review. I did not receive any other compensation. All opinions are my own.more
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