Coffin Cats

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Long ago Coffin Cats ruled the land of Pera. They were a mighty and mystical breed of black

cats that lived in harmony with humans until one of them by the name of Effin fell in love with

a woman and took her as his bride. On the night of four moons and a strange

eclipse , they mated in the heat of passion, Their actions unleashed a curse against the

entire race.

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Review by: R. K. NightWing on Jan. 14, 2011 :
Enchanting. I see a lot of posibilitys (scuse the spelling, a nook and fingers are a disaster). There will need to be a few editings to make the book a profesional geade seller, but I am already a fan. I can't wait to see the next book in the series.
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Review by: Shoobydoo on Jan. 01, 2011 :
I won't say this book is good, because it isn't. I did, however, get some enjoyment out of reading it because it was just so silly.

My advice to Miss Pooh, from one ambitious writer to another: get a good copy editor. You manuscript will look much better if things are spelled correctly. Develop a sense of scale. No wagon can possibly travel hundreds of miles in a few hours. That distance would take months to travel by wagon. If the descendants of the coffin cats are a secret, there can not be millions of them. There are only four and a half million people in, for example, the entire state of Louisiana. Are there enough coffin cats to fill an entire state? And if they all live in one enormous city, why is it a secret? That is like trying to take a area the size and population of Minneapolis/Saint-Paul and all of it's suburbs and hiding them completely from the outside world. I know it's meant to be a children fantasy book, but having a completely unrealistic sense of scale like that makes your story seem ridiculous. You need a lot of work before you have something really good, but you can make it.
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