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Perspective Pourri by Jesse Graves

Life, Madness, Murder...and Cats! 

This is a story about a girl, her feline friend and the assortment of things they get into. A tale of life, madness, murder and cats along with weird elements and slices of life. A story that’s about people as much as it is about the unusual.

Also reality might be not really be at it seems with all the crazy things that happen, but that might be nothing of consequence.

Note: Perspective Pourri contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly

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Listed: May 7, 2017

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Whimsical supergirl vigilante, with cats

By Fiona Gregory, editor

May 25, 2017: Ok, it was probably the promise of cats that drew me in, though to be honest, in the part I read they are present but not particularly strong characters. More could be done with this idea, and perhaps is in later chapters.

The story is built around the purposeful wanderings of a girl, or some kind of being in the form of a girl, with teleportation and other powers, in the company of a herd of cats that follow her around and tell her things. Her mission is to bring happiness and random acts of kindness to worthy folks she encounters, but this also involves casually knocking off some bad guys, which she does in a naive and whimsical way. Even her cat followers are slightly horrified by this.

I found the writing a bit stilted, but the language was simple so the reading went quickly enough. I read the first three chapter vignette; there are several others that I didn’t read so I’m just assuming they went in a similar vein. The story didn’t particularly sell me, but it is distinctive enough to recommend as worth a look.

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