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One of them was Lilian Jackson Braun and as soon as I got my hands on The Cat Who Could Read Backwards, the first one in the series, I had to try it out.
I had so much fun reading about Koko, I felt like the author really did know how to portray cats' reactions.
Now I'm in trouble as the series is already 28 books long! :os
I'm really curious now to read it...
As for the rest of the series, are all the 28 books good?? Who has read them?
I love the characters. I always think it wouldn't matter if anything happened or not--its just fun following Quill around.
No. The series starts out well, but over the last few years has, in my view, deteriorated badly.
And it is indeed fun following Quill and Koko, I've read that in the second book we're going to meet another feline. Yay!
I truly enjoy these books so far, and am looking forward to continuing to read more.
I really enjoyed the first books of this series and thought they were very good up until about the 16th or so - The Cat Who Came to Breakfast was about the last one that I enjoyed. I so looked forward to the new book which came out annually.
The Cat Who Blew the Whistle started the downhill spiral, and by the time The Cat Who Saw Stars was published, there wasn't much in the way of mystery at all - just Qwilleran, Koko and Yum Yum in their daily life. The last books were almost painful to read for me, after enjoying the first so much.
I would definitely recommend the first 16 or so books - but you can skip the last books, unless at that point you feel heavily invested, as I did.
They are fun but I did wonder about Koko and Yumyum's diet. He seemed to feed them on such totally unsuitable food. But I guess that fictional cats can eat anything and thrive.
I must say that my boy kitten is trying to emulate them and has already had an untrasound to see what is inside him and at the moment both my cats would like to eat coffee grounds; my potplants are a distant memory ... *sigh*