Sunday, 4 September 2011

Cat vs Human by Yasmine Surovec - Book Review

Title: Cat vs Human
Author: Yasmine Surovec
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: 4th October 2011
Pages: 152
Format: E-Book PDF
Genre: Non-Fiction / Humour
Source: ARC from NetGalley
There is something inherently uncomfortable about the relationship between humans and cats. For starters, cats aren't cuddly, tail-wagging, codependent dogs; they're furry lumps of independence, capable of enslaving most of us in a minute. Yasmine Suronev's Cat Versus Human blog became an internet sensation because it catches the bizarre intricateness of that relationship. This paperback contains 100 four-color cat cartoons, forty percent of them previously unpublished. Affectionate human catnip. (Goodreads Synopsis)

This is a wonderful little book that had me in stitches.

It only took me about half and hour to read this delightful publication, but I spent the whole time with a huge smile plastered across my face. My frequent bursts of uncontrollable laughter even began to worry my fiance who was sitting beside me, so I had to keep showing him some of the funny images too so that he wouldn't think I'd gone completely crazy.

This is a wonderful gift for any cat-lover. The cartoons are both apt and humourous and the book is well presented. This is the kind of book you could keep around and dip into now and again when you feel the need to cheer yourself up with some laughter. This publication will be readily appreciated by any cat-lover and even the dog people may find themselves cracking a smile.

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