Kitten just received its 13th 5-star review on Amazon (including that delightful one by R.A. Harris on Amazon UK). Tamara Romero, author of the exquisite Her Fingers, was the benevolent woman who pushed the number to the threshold of the weird, the number 13.
Here's the review:
Trust the buzz, adopt the Kitten, because what everybody says about it
is true. This is the story of a silly kid -like most children- that
can't even understand that his kitten is not a kitten. His pet is a
lovely, upright and adventurous thing that vomits coloured stamps. The
boy's mom is an evil woman who wants to get rid of the kitten. Oh boy,
they have enough trouble at home. Her life is already too complicated.
So the kitten will end up in the hands of the Collector and travel to
the Steel Planet. Luckily you always make new friends when you travel
around, and so does the kitten. He will get a name, a decent cat
condition and lots of hanging out with a knight with fish-hands. All
this sounds crazy, I know, but G. Arthur Brown will take your hand and
drive you smoothly so you don't faint. My personal highlight is a very
particular retelling of children stories: the pee baby. We want more pee
baby stories, G.
Trust the buzz!
Buy Kitten now (also for Kindle).