Art Lake is a simple everyday kind of man with a turbulent past. He turns to introspection and meditation to deal with the stress and pain that past turbulence produced. While meditating he learns to shift into the form of a common house cat. Art is content to use his new found power to supplement his diet by eating mice (poverty can do strange things to a man) and to reduce boredom by chasing moths. He has no plans to be a hero and as he leaves middle age he has gained enough wisdom to not dream of being one.The Universe disagrees and has other plans.
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By Mark Bradley
Feb 2, 2013
This was an excellent read. It's a hard book to fit into a category. It's part fantasy, part action, part romance. The book is well written, and the author does a good job describing the both the thoughts of the main character, and the physical environment. The book moves along well, and held my interest throughout. The action sequences were tense, and fun to read. It tracks the evolution of thought and ability of the main character as he learns to transform into a cat, and progresses from there. I don't want to give anything away, but at one point he is an aquatic creature that has to move through sewer line to get away, which gives the reader a perspective I'm sure none of us have ever considered. The ending was not what I expected, but was also very satisfying. I hope we see more from this new author in the future.
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