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Sunday, 13 July 2014

Review #286: The Cats Guide to Human Behavior- Xina MArie Uhl

Title: The Cats Guide to Human Behavior
Author: Xina Marie Uhl
Rating: 4/5 Stars
Summary: Cats know that adoration is their birth-right. Humans have proved this by worshipping them as gods since the days of Ancient Egypt. But despite their clear superiority, felines continue to be frustrated with humans' bizarre actions and incomprehensible desires — until now. In The Cat's Guide to Human Behavior, the great feline humanologist Professor F.L. Uffy advises cats on how to solve some of their most difficult human-related issues:
• Chase away your human's romantic partners
• Increase your food supply
• And more!
What does your cat REALLY think of you? The Cat's Guide to Human Behavior reveals all--even why you refuse to groom yourself with your tongue!
Review: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review.
When I saw this book for giveaway I knew I had to enter. I am a self proclaimed crazy cat lady and I was excited to see that I had won a copy. This book was just plain hilarious. It covered everything that I thought it should have while keeping me entertained. I love that it was told from the cats point of view. I also loved the witness accounts of the other cats that these issues had happened to before. My only concern was that this book was too short. I would gladly read 100 more or more pages still of this book. 
I really enjoyed this book, it was quick and entertaining. I was laughing out loud the whole time I was reading it. I would recommend it to cat lovers and those looking for a good laugh.


About this author

Author Xina Marie Uhl lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and assorted furry and scaly pets. The setting of her first novel, NECROPOLIS, has been heavily influenced by her interest in ancient history. She holds both a BA and an MA in history. When she isn’t reading and writing, she enjoys hiking, yoga, and planning new travel adventures.

Xina’s available ebooks include NecropolisThe Gauntlet Thrown and The Challenge Accepted, Books One and Two of the Gauntlet Trilogy.

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