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When our protagonist, Andrei, discovers that his girlfriend has cheated on him, he finds himself with an unexpected choice to make: a quick death or a new life in another world he knows absolutely nothing about. 

Andrei chooses life and sets off alongside his pet, a ginger cat with a limp, for a primeval world fraught with danger. The trouble is...who is whose pet becomes entirely unclear; the man's consciousness is split between both creatures, and the little cat gets a far greater share of intelligence and wit than his hulking master. What do you do as a weak little kitty? Abandon the clumsy human who always seems to get into trouble and go in search of a new master? Or protect your human body in the hope of one day returning to it?

©2020 Michael Atamanov (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 09-04-2021

Great beginning to a series

I was concerned that this story would be a bit juvenile. But my assumption was greatly proven to be wrong. This was a lot darker of a series than I originally expected, especially with the cover art and childish title. Great story a bit dark, which I prefer.

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  • cameron
  • 18-10-2020

Such a fun ride!

I couldn't put this book down. Like all of his books, it's incredibly imaginative and makes me want to play D&D. Dive in and swim like a fish!

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  • O-C
  • 17-10-2020

Horrible Dialog

This book might be a good read, the plot might be fun and complex and the story could be unique. Who knows. Certainly not me. I couldn't get more than an hour into this book before I HAD to put it down. The dialog is so unnatural and full of needless exposition it hurts. I couldn't listen to more than a sentence at a time without having to pause the audiobook to recover. Most character's first sentences read like dry cardboard, just spouting their full backstory without any prompting or reason. The way that the character's talk ends up with way too much unnaturally (and unreasonably) supplied information. I can't get over the fact that people just don't narrate their own reactions out loud like "Huh? It's gone?" or "How did I know that?", especially when they aren't asking that question at anyone. I tried to give it some leeway because it's a translation, but it's just to crude to bear. I will admit that the first scene (the scene in the sample) is written very well, but every other exchange of dialog is utter trash.

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  • Jonathan R.
  • 30-09-2020

Pleasantly Surprised

The most memorable moment is when the psionic realizes it's the Cat! It's a good read.

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  • Some Random Guy
  • 06-10-2020

Sometimes it's nice to see things from a Russian

Part of the reason I enjoy this author is due to his foreign perspective and how he shows that people are people no matter where you're from. He also shows that the governments are corrupt no matter where you go (even when you leave this world for a new one).

He surprised me with the difficulty in perspectives that were used in this story and I would very much like to get the next book in this series to see how he has the MCs solve the problems presented.

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