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  • By Gertrude McFeely
    Jun 19, 2015
    Nina Osier's gift for storytelling shines through in her thrilling novella about a young woman's struggle to come to terms with her passion for felines as perhaps more than just companions, but let's not get ahead of ourselves. Everything about this book screams quality in a unashamed yet refined manner, from the vintage photo of her first cat and lover Abigail Van Kitten, to her bold choice of title font. The title "The Songs of a Kitten are Deadly" leaves me intrigued, and drawn in like a cat to a can opener. Opening the cover we are faced with the portrait of the notable Sir Alton George Bridges IV of Canterbury. An odd choice. I wish not to spoil the intricate story, many twists, and above all the window in to Nina Osier's very soul, but each chapter is dedicated to a lover, together serving to tell her story of confusion, shame and perhaps, maybe acceptance.This is made all the more tragic when it is revealed that **SPOILER** Osier contracts HIV and ultimately AIDS from... More > her second to last lover Lucie Lou, a long haired Calico. Sadly after writing about her struggle in 2003, Nina has since passed along with her last lover Tabitha June, the Household Cop. This book is a must read for the feminist movement, and I cannot overstate its importance in today's society. 4/5 Stars. I don't give 5 star reviews.< Less
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Product Details

Edition
Second Printed Edition
Publisher
Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
Published
March 23, 2004
Language
English
Pages
79
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.37 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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