Guardian Cats and the Lost Books of Alexandria

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In the wrong hands, some books can be dangerous—and some libraries can be positively deadly. A small town library cat and newly appointed Guardian of an ancient mystical book finds otherworldly creatures roaming through the stacks after hours. The young tabby is ill-prepared for the daunting task of safekeeping the magical book of power—as well as the very heart and soul of the library. More

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In the wrong hands, some books can be dangerous—and some libraries can be positively deadly.

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Review by: Jemima Pett on March 22, 2012 :
Marco is a cat. And one day Marco discovers he can read. After a devastating change to his home circumstances he leaves, finding his way to the Angel Springs library and meeting Cicero and the rest of the Dead Cats Society. The world Cicero introduces him to leads him to his destiny, but not until after he experiences ancient history through the wonder of time portals and learns enough magic to fight off an evil villain.

There are stories within stories in this book, and I got a wee bit confused about where an early snapshot fitted into the otherwise excellent narrative. Then the whole tale came together into a rocketing roller-coaster of a read that I could no longer put down. I loved the images of Alexandria, so vivid I could almost smell the gardens. An excellent concept and one that I'm sure will be enjoyed by kids of all ages who love books. Liking cats is entirely optional, but you need to be open to sentience in animals.

Looking forward to the next book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Jennifer Baum on May 31, 2011 :
If you like fantasy adventure stories, this book is for you! Great for the Middle Grade reader or older (adults who like the genre will love it, too). Awesome themes and lessons. Couldn't put it down!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: eStar Books on May 28, 2011 :
A great tale about a cat! Cats are obviously more than they seem, and in this story it turns out that they guard secrets in libraries. I really enjoyed the read and for those that enjoy a good fantasy I would recommend it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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