Reissued to tie-in with Cats in Space, this single volume contains materials previously published in The Man-Kzin Wars and Man-Kzin II.
Would you consider the audio edition of Cathouse to be better than the print version?
yes the narration is great i cant wait to get back to it
What did you like best about this story?
The detail about the kzinti and their culture and lifestyle
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
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Dean Ung stayed true to the known universe created by Larry nivin but this is a short story; that like all goiod stories , depends on character and place not ginmucks and contrivance.
A quite entertaining spin-off novel set in Larry Niven’s Known-Space universe.
If you’ve read Ringworld or any other story featuring the feline K’zinti aliens, you’re going to like this book.
Set during the fourth Man-Kzin war, the earthman Locklear is captured by a K’zin scout ship and they need some place to stow him while they continue on their mission.
The planet they pick is stranger than it looks - And at first sight, it looks strange enough…
Dean Ing’s story telling is light but thorough, and with a quirky sense of humour.