Leopard's Kin

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Lori Pate is learning how to cope with the loss of her husband and make a living as a horse trainer when the cats on her farm start doing some fairly unusual things. And when her hair starts turning gray at the age of 21, a cougar shows up on the farm, and a Native Canadian stranger enters the picture shortly thereafter, Lori gets the sinking feeling her world is turning upside-down. More
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About Becky Norman

Since graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with a B.A. in Honors English (Writing Minor) Becky Norman has moved to Canada and graduated from Conestoga College’s Human Resources Program with Honours. For the past seven years, she has been a Human Resources Advisor and is currently writing freelance articles for Suite101.com and Associated Content on such diverse topics as employment law, horse care, poetry and short works of fiction. All the Courses Run is her first novel; she is currently working on a fantasy trilogy for publication.

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Reviews of Leopard's Kin by Becky Norman

rkumfy81 reviewed on Aug. 9, 2014

Great book! I had a hard time putting it down. A great writer can make you feel like you are there in the story and she succeeded with every turn of the page. Can't wait to read the next book!
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BattleCat reviewed on March 18, 2014

Ms. Norman is obviously a very talented writer. Leopard's Kin, despite it's being the first book in a series going 'who knows where', was a good read. It had a great amount of detail, on several subjects, thoughtfully interwoven into the storyline; without beating you to death with them, as some novice writers are wont to do. In retrospect, I enjoyed her writing style as much, if not more, than the overall direction the book seemed to be going. If that makes any sense. I suppose it means that the book is such a pleasant read, that I'm less concerned with its destination, than the journey. Which is unusual.
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Crystal Dawn reviewed on May 4, 2013

This book will make you think about philosophy and religion. It is very descriptive and detailed. A good book for when you want to reflect on the meaning of life.
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Jean Moreno reviewed on Feb. 16, 2013

Great story. I'm looking forward to reading the next book.
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Thomas Mac Krell reviewed on July 30, 2012

Can I give this book SIX or more stars?
I thoroughly enjoyed this read.
Take my word and buy this book. You will not be disappointed. It has horses and cats, BIG cats and little cats, and people and they are mystically intertwined into a story of fantasy and the paranormal that begs to not be put down until the ### at the end. It is a good thing that my Nook holds the place in the book, because I read until sleep set in several nights.
If you like animals and mystery, you will like Leopard's Kin.
This woman can write! I cannot wait for book #2 of this trilogy.
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Linda reviewed on June 12, 2012
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I did enjoy this book very much. It did take me several days to read but couldn't hardly put the book down. Loved it and can't wait to read the next.
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David Bignell reviewed on June 3, 2012

This is a fantastic book that is well written and thought provoking. A writer to watch and read as she is fantastic. This book has something for everyone and you will find something new everytime you read it.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
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