Sep 15, 2014

Early Reader Review: Miss Fatty's Revenge by Meg Welsh Dendler

Miss Fatty Cat's Revenge (Cats in the Mirror #3)
Miss Fatty's Revenge by Meg Welsh Dendler
Series: Cats in the Mirror #3
Publisher: Serenity Mountain Publishing
Publication Date:  September 12, 2014


Format: ebook
Source:Author in exchange for an honest review. Receiving this book in no way effects my opinion or review of the book.


Goodreads Synopsis: 
Book 3 in the Cats in the Mirror series.

Jealousy is a festering emotion, and Miss Fatty Cat was wallowing in it. Boiling over with envy of the pampered and privileged life she thought Kimba and Hiro enjoyed—both on Earth and as members of the space-traveling cat royal family—Miss Fatty Cat enters into a partnership with the rebel group who opposes the monarchy. All of their treacherous plans fall apart when the family unexpectedly moves to Arkansas, but Miss Fatty Cat discovers that this is the perfect opportunity to help orchestrate a kidnapping of Kimba and Hiro while they are cut off from the protection of the Cats in the Mirror. If the sisters are stolen away, how will their human or alien cat families ever find them again?

Some cats are born on Earth and
never know who they really are.
Others are sent.
They are undercover
for their years on Earth.
They know who they are.
They know that they are not
from Earth at all.
And they are part of a bigger plan.
Miss Fatty's Revenge is the third Cats in the Mirror book and the cats and family have moved and it is making things very difficult for all parties involved. Miss Fatty Cat can't connect with her Mirror colleagues, the kittens can't connect with them either and are afraid of being abducted by rebel cats, and the Mirror cats are worried about the kittens safety.

In this book, Miss Fatty Cat is tired of dealing with the kittens, Kimba and Hiro. They get all the attention and this house and family was supposed to be hers to enjoy on Earth and they are ruining all of her fun.

This was another fun book in the series. I found this one to be a lot more action packed than the previous installments, but still great.  There was a lot of conflict that the kittens had to deal with and the scheming was clever and suspenseful.

As always, Dendler did a wonderful job making the cats very cat-like as well as characters in this grand story. I really like the mix of the sci-fi genre with a cast of cats - it makes for an interesting and playful plot every time.


No comments:

Post a Comment