Cute with a mildly amusing story line. Interesting take on royal interactions and the society's changing attitudes on women leading into modern times.
Almost dropped this to a 3 star. Good ending and a few good parts between, but this book seemed like a link between two stories more than anything else. Like he took a couple chapters and stretched them into a whole book. The ending was a very nice setup for things to come, but you could read the beginning and the last couple chapters and not miss much. Still love Oberon.
A worthy continuation of the story. You really start to get attached to a few of the characters.
Decent, nice twists. Some of the characters are a bit simplistic, but then I have only read a couple of the earlier books in the series.
Fun, but once the crop got involved the story was predictable. Felt like a short story that sets up a longer series.
Good story telling with a few nice morals thrown in. Very enjoyable. Adding it to my list of 5 ratings (I don't give too many 5s).
Cute, but overall a bit silly. I have to hand it to the author, quite creative.
Better than I thought it would be. The situations and results are a bit simplistic, but the story pops along so you don't notice.
No where near the level of the mainline Harrington series, a bit simplistic. But the I guess it's directed towards a younger audience. Still, fills in some early history of the cats and the Harringtons.
If you are an adult start with On Basilisk Station, if your an emerging reader start here.
The zombie aspects haven't really progressed much past the earlier books. A bit more of the science behind zombieism.
The story was still paced well, a bit of mystery, a bit of action. Still a good series.
While it's just more so the same it was still fun and interesting. A bit mindless but worth a listen.
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