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Free read Beverley Nichols' Cats' A. B. C. ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ø Are you concerned that your friends would melt away if they overheard your conversations with your kitties Do you worry that it's not natural to know really know exactly what your cats are thinking If so Beverley Nichols is a kindred spiriLy what your cats are thinking If so Beverley Nichols is a kindred spirit with delightfully witty and utterly absorbing tales about his three cats Four Five and Oscar. I love cats and I love Beverley Nichols but this book which I have struggled to find the will to finish is almost too cloying and monotonous An incidental anecdote about feline behaviour is amusing as part of a larger work but it is not enough to sustain a whole book A repeated metaphor about being non F a play on the Mitfords and their non U classification for those not high enough to reach their social circle gets very old very uickly The central premise that cats are wonderful is spun out over a strained and artificial ABC format in an attempt to give the book a structure It is the sort of prose Nichols could churn out in his sleep and I wonder if a pressing need for money caused him to write it

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Explaining every permutation of cat psychology from Amusements to Zoos Nichols has written an unforgettable and loving tale of the enduring bonds between cats and peop. A very funny insightful book on cats written and illustrated with plenty of humour and just a bit of sorrow For all of those who love felines For the complete review please go here

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Beverley Nichols' Cats' A B CAre you concerned that your friends would melt away if they overheard your conversations with your kitties Do you worry that it's not natural to know really know exact. If you like cat anecdotes and behavioral observations these are well still not the most interesting But okay and decently written He sometimes has uite good lines Aside from the cat parts I didn't really enjoy Nichols voice and found him affected and snobbish I'm sure my IKEA furniture would prevent us being friends It does not appear to cross his mind that some people buy the modern furniture that he finds hideous rather than matched antiues due to financial constraintsLikewise the illustrations were not the best cat drawings ever but they were niceI ceased reading closely and never found out who exactly Gaskin was My best guess his servant but he could have been a very understanding boyfriend or even a less sueamish neighbor who was called on to dispatch miceI may still try one of the author's fantasy novels but I'm not looking as hard for them now