Book of Night with Moon is a cat book for those who grew up with Diane Duane's So you want to be a wizard series. It is somewhat dependent on the earlier works, even though it is not explicitly a part of the same series (and the plot itself stands alone).
Those with cats as pets will delight in the detailed and surprisingly well rendered view into the mind of a cat, where playfulness and feline politics vie with the weighty concerns of world-saving. Those without cats will be lost and confused, which is perhaps typical human behavior from the perspective of a cat anyway..
Unfortunately, this book isn't as good as those that came before. The cat angle is a saving grace that will provide ample amusement well worth the purchase price for those who like that sort of thing. Those who don't should pass.
This entry was published Wed Dec 15 05:36:41 CST 2004 by Matthew and last updated 2013-08-15 10:51:36.0.