I Was the Cat
Allison Breaking is a talented journalist with her own blog and a lot of bills to pay. So when she receives an offer from a mysterious stranger named Burma to write his memoirs, it's an offer she can't refuse, not even with all the red flags popping up. But Burma is quite literally unlike any man... show more
Allison Breaking is a talented journalist with her own blog and a lot of bills to pay. So when she receives an offer from a mysterious stranger named Burma to write his memoirs, it's an offer she can't refuse, not even with all the red flags popping up. But Burma is quite literally unlike any man Allison's ever known - because he's a cat! And this cat has stories to tell about how he (over the course of a few lifetimes) has shaped the world - and another, darker story that Allison must risk all to uncover... a story of what this particular cat has been doing with the LAST of his nine lives.
Publish date: 2014-08-06
Publisher: Oni Press
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
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Cat describes his 9 lives to a reporter who is going to write his biography. In all of those incarnations he's tried to take over the world, this time he just might succeed.
But Burma is a talking cat, and I ike cats. And this has much more to offer than talking cats. The friendship between Reggie and Allison is lovely, full of warmth and humor and caring. It's nice to see two women, neither of whom are trying to slag each other off in any way. And then this wh...
Allison Breaking, American blogging goddess calls her blog, 'Breaking News', (Guffaw, guffaw, guffaw); regardless she is still in demand. Mysterious new client Burma, offers her $45000 to write his memoirs and knowing nothing about him whatsoever, apart from the fact his appearance might cause alarm...
Awful. Totally all over the place. What could've been a great concept ruined by poorly written and stereotypical characters, repetitive structure and at times, messy artwork.
Overall 2 Stars bombed Netgalley Review First Impression: Not impressed with the art style, but I am willing to give it a chance since it involves CATS! Talking cats are always good. Takes place in the U.K. I like how some of the text boxes are shaped like cats. Dislike The way Reggie is drawn...