|Reviews for Invasion of the Cat-People|
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|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Thursday 10 February 2005|
|Rating: || 1|
Even Gary Russell sheepishly admits that this novel is not particularly good. Dreadful is the most apt adjective. The plot makes little sense. The worst part is the Cat-People themselves. These come off as 1950's C movie alien baddies, like the Lobster Man. Every cat cliché imaginable gets used, down to the kitty-litter. The book might have made a half-decent pardody, had it been written that way.
|By:||Chris Arnold, Bundaberg, Australia|
|Date:||Monday 7 May 2012|
|Rating: || 6|
A little slow in places, but not as dreadful as the reputation that preceeds it. The book fleshes out Ben and especially Polly, and I liked their reactions to 1990's technology and society. The ideas are all there in the story but just out of grasp of the reader. I didn't come away from it with feelings releif that it was over, but neither did i go 'Wow, that was awesome'.