Tailchaser’s Song, by Tad Williams

A very good and gripping book, it stays true to the nature of cats, pulling the reader into a very believable (for fantasy) mythology. The only part that might annoy people is the fact that the cats call animals by different names, but there is an index for all the unfamiliar terms in the back, and I feel that this reinforces the feeling that you really are hearing this from a cat. The book captures the essence of felinity and allows the reader to see the world as cats do. I recommend this book to anyone, but especially people who enjoy fantasy and have always wanted to see an adventure of epic proportions from a cat’s perspective.

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RATING: * * * * Very, very good
Reviewed by: Devlin G

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