Monday, June 22, 2020

Review: Catalyst

Zoe finds a kitten on her birthday and begs her parents to let her keep it. They reluctantly agree - if she takes responsibility for it. Zoe has a habit of bringing home stray animals. After the last time when she brought a skunk home thinking it was cat, they said no more animals. But Zoe can't resist.

She names her cat Pipsqueak. But Pipsqueak isn't your average cat. Overnight she grows - from the size of a kitten to the size of a regular cat. Zoe and her best friend take the animal to the vet. The vet doesn't believe them.

When her cat grows again, Zoe isn't willingly to trust anyone except her best friend. But she's having a harder and harder time keeping her cat safe. Soon Pipsqueak's too big for her bedroom. Zoe know she's going to have to get help, but she doesn't know who to trust. Can she keep her cat safe?
My Thoughts: I really enjoyed this book. I loved the bond between Zoe and Pipsqueak. I loved how Pipsqueak was almost like other cats - and she loved the boxes. I really liked Zoe and Harrison's friendship and how they had each other's back. I enjoyed their adventure together and the friends they met along the way. A really fun book for animal lovers.

Cover Thoughts: Made me curious about the story.
Source: Book Sent for Review
Library Recommendation: Sarah Beth Durst has become an auto-buy author for my library. Highly Recommended.

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