A Cats Tale IV-Diana

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The continuing lives of the cursed cat, Amun. His adventures this time take him into the later days of the Roman Empire. More

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About Robert Dixon

Retired Military living in Northern New York with my wife Sue. The inspiration for this book series came from Isabelle the black and white cat that seemed to always know when my wife was upset and needed attention. Currently work as a crisis hotline counselor and when the weather is nice we play golf, swim, camp and play tennis. When the weather is not so nice we play golf, (on snowshoes) and crosscountry ski. Writing is very part-time and I am grateful for the fans of Amun and, yes, I do plan on completing the series, so please be patient with me.

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Victoria Zigler reviewed on on Aug. 27, 2016

I enjoyed the first three books in this series, and this one was no exception.

However, I would like to point out that a deaf person who loses their hearing after having learned to speak properly will still be able to do so afterwards, unless whatever caused the hearing loss also caused some damage that would cause difficulties with speaking; as a general rule, it's only deaf people who learn to speak with at least some hearing impairment who struggle to make words correctly, since those who have already learned to speak properly already know how to form the words and sounds (though deaf people in general often struggle to control the volume of their voices). Also, while it's true that moving things around in an area with a blind person in it is best avoided, it's not entirely impossible for a blind person to find their way around with new placements of things; there's a lot of frustration and some difficulty in locating things at first when things are moved, but as long as a blind person knows the things have been moved, and where to, that person can adjust to the changes reasonably quickly (though how quickly will depend on the blind person in general).
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)
Serenity Combs reviewed on on May 10, 2012

I cannot wait to read the next book. I hope there is more to the next book than this one. A little disappointing it was so short.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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