If you like cats. If you simply like a good story. If you like a book you cannot put down after reading the first page...this one is for you! I first read this book in 1987 and have to admit to having reread it several times. It has a haunting guality about it. The authors's insight to cat behavior is wonderful. The author is also a top story teller. You will not be sorry that you read this one. My highest recommentations!
Pros: Stands up to repeated reading Cons: May be too frightening as a young child's bed time tale. How many times have you watched a cat and wondered what they were thinking, or why they do the things that they do? In this fascinating book, we may finally meet the Queen of Cats,learn why cats have more than one name and listen to the ancient stories of their greatest heroes, and most feared enemies with pricked ears... … more
Retirement does not suit me and I now substitute teach in our local schools system. I spent twenty years in the military, twenty years in health care as a consultant and have taught in various colleges … more
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Fritti Tailchaser a young ginger tom not yet a full grown hunter, is the main catamong a host of appropriately named feline peersin this extravagantly detailed fantasy. When his best friend, Hushpad, vanishes, Fritti embarks on a quest to find her, and so enters the list of jousters against the evils of the world. His many trials and adventures bring him into contact with a veritable galaxy of cats, who speak a language for which a glossary is provided. This feline epic culminates in a decisive battle with an evil cat god. Creating as fully realized a habitat as that of Watership Down and other imaginative animal communities, California radio personality Williams's first novel should engage the fancy of cat lovers. November 21 Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.