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Publisher's Summary

Contains volumes one and two of Reincarnated as a Familiar

Volume One

A young teacher finds herself reborn with only fuzzy, damaged memories of her past life. Even worse, she's stuck in the body of a cat and can't remember her own name. Summoned by a young mage girl named Lesti, she takes up the name Astria and becomes the girl's familiar. 

However, things won't be easy for her. The pair immediately find themselves in trouble over Astria's summoning. What's more, Lesti is at the bottom of her class and has almost no power of her own. On top of all that, she seeks to use Astria's potential to turn society in this new world on its head. With a new body and abilities that she doesn't understand, will Astria be able to grant Lesti's desire? 

Volume Two

After their close call with the archdemon Thel’al, Astria and Lesti are finally given permission to leave the academy grounds. Eager to get out into the city, they head to the market. Almost immediately, they hear whispers of strange happenings in the city. Unable to ignore the problem, they begin to investigate on their own.

Meanwhile, back at the academy, Lesti finds herself in a new class. In fact, it’s the top class in her year! With a unique chance to make friends, she doesn’t waste any time. However, Astria has her concerns. The girl she befriends, Aurelia, is acting suspiciously.

Will Astria safely navigate Thel’al’s schemes and find the secret behind Aurelia’s actions, or will her curiosity spell doom for the Astral Cat?

©2020 D. S. Craig (P)2020 Podium Audio

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its ok

I haven't yet finished it its alright so far but now on the last 3 hrs I'm sick of hearing arielias mmming the story line lacks some oomph its a great concept just not executed as well as it could have been

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  • Berit
  • 27-10-2020

Stupid, boring, irritating, predictable

While the premise had potential, the book utterly fails. It has no depth, uses every cliche possible, repetitive vocabulary and scattershot rather than complexity. Dumb!

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  • Cameron
  • 25-10-2020

A good Isekai

Pretty normal far as Isekai go. It had a bit of a slow start but picked up quickly. Where do I sign up to reincarnate as a familiar.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-10-2020

Is she 23 or 5?

The MC is supposed to be a teacher, someone that finished university at least, with extra studies after. logical thinking and being able to handle stressful situations. However she spends the book throwing tantrums and being a clueless little girl. like seriously? no wonder you died if this is what you see as good enough to teach. WHERE ARE THE TEACHERS IN THIS ACADEMY?

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