The latest successor in the Reviews by Cat Ellington series, Reviews by Cat Ellington: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 takes center stage to cover the years of 2014-2017 in a more comprehensive layout.
As the effort excitedly shows off the evolution of its uniquely distinctive authorship in the art of literary criticism, Cat Ellington evaluates her way through the fourth installment of the fascinating progression with a hearty helping of examinations that both speak to and entice the reader, including The Edible Exile by Carl Hiaasen, Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris, The Husband by Dean Koontz, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, The Wicked Girls by Alex Marwood, The Magpies by Mark Edwards, Live to Tell by Bianca Sloane, The Best Friend by Shalini Boland, Oscar’s Night by Matt Shaw, The Stepmother by Claire Seeber, Last Call by Sean Costello, The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson, Dark Harvest (A Holt Foundation Story Book 2) by Chris Patchell, The Marriage Pact by Michelle Richmond, and many more.
On these piquant pages of enlightening commentary, Cat Ellington either admires the silk or shuns the rags in her no-nonsense approach, exposing both ends of the spectrum in an articulate passion that has become synonymous with the Cat Ellington review. And with each title critiqued, she becomes more alluring in her undying love of literature.
Featuring bonus material by new writer Naras Kimono, who contributes to this dialogue with her reviews of Dog Facts by Joan Palmer, Eye to Eye with Dogs: Dachshunds by Lynn M. Stone, and Pinkalicious: Tickled Pink by Victoria Kann, Reviews by Cat Ellington: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4 is content to follow its predecessors in the ilk of stand-alone savvy and ingenuity.
So settle down, why don’t you, and prepare to lose yourself in the analytical creativity of its wondrously original, ever admired, undiluted, pleasantly fun-filled, and incredibly thought-provoking authorship.
Reviews by Cat Ellington. A unique critique.