Sep 13, 2012

Book Review: A Christmas Feral

Judge Scrooge won't even heat his home for Christmas in this Roaring Twenties' short story. Judge Scrooge says that when you pay the bill, you don't feel the cold. When Judge Scrooge rules incorrectly in a cat dispute, Magical White Cat Tatania and her companion Zeus teach him the meaning of keeping Christmas and cats.

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When I was asked to review this short story I readily agreed even though I don't tend to read a lot of short stories.  I just couldn't resist however as I have been blessed with two feral polydactls cats that have deemed to share their lives with me.

I found A CHRISTMAS FERAL to be an enjoyable quick read.  It is a retelling of Dicken's well known A Christmas Carol complete with a Scrooge and a Tiny Tim.  The ghosts however are cats who show Scoorge a future without them. 

A CHRISTMAS FERAL is a great way to jump start the holiday season.  There are a couple editing errors but I didn't find that they detracted from the story.  I do recommend this story to all who love cats and Christmas.

*** I was given this story by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review.  No monies have or will change hands.


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