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I am a Cat II (I am a Cat #2)

3.83 of 5 stars 3.83  ·  rating details  ·  53 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Paperback, 268 pages
Published December 15th 1989 by Tuttle Publishing (first published 1906)
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Paula Guisard
I myself thought this second part was rather difficult to get over with. Even though the text gets much richer with all the aditional characters which are introduced to us (and even though I still laughed real hard in many of its situations), maybe it just wasn't thought as a whole book to be read chapter after chapter (since it was originally published monthly on a Japanese journal).

I think Waverhouse gets a bit of a Lord Henry essence in this book, which I myself liked very much, but all chara
I haven't read the first book yet the streams of thought of this nameless almost abandoned yet arrogant cat make me fall in love with this book. This amazing character lives up to his "beingness" as a cat, known as one of the most laid back creature in the world that think they are better than any other creatures in the world and this is where the funny part lies. Thinking of himself highly - though in truth he cannot even catch rats or scares crows - and using his intense observation, he manage ...more
Eric Hinkle
4 1/2. In some ways, I liked this even more than volume one. The proto-Proustian wisdom, details, studies, and wisecracks are all over the place, and make pretty much everything the "cat" says rather fascinating. The characters seem extra ridiculous and hilarious in this volume. Natsume also has a real passion for inventing words and creating portmanteaus, which means that the translators here deserve many kudos. Altogether, I love it. Can't wait for the last volume...
So far, karena blom baca mpe selesei, It's good book, tells you the view of the world according to CAT's view. Hmm... Interesting
B O R I N G. I read the first book and was bored, I have no idea why I went on to the second.
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