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Cat by Night: Episode 1

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Christina never knows when it will happen. There's no true rhyme or rhythm to it. It just...happens. Sometimes. And sometimes it doesn't.

But when it does, she closes her eyes as a teenage girl, quiet, studious, socially awkward, and opens them as a beautiful black cat. The night is hers. She wanders where she wills, not knowing and not caring why she and she alone can liv
Kindle Edition, 37 pages
Published July 17th 2013 by Dragon & Kettle, LLC
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Aug 22, 2013 Aurora rated it liked it
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For a short "episode", it's actually really descriptive. The main protagonist, Christina, is characterized as a socially awkward girl who can become a cat at night. She doesn't know why it happens but becoming a cat gives her confidence, at least at night. Then she meets another cat that is also a human by day and her world begins to shake. I didn't really understand the extremely reaction Christina had when Gregory finally brought it out into the open that they both could turn into cat
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