Book Review – Six Cats in My Kitchen

Six Cats in My Kitchen – A Memoir

Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Author: Lyn Horner
Format: Kindle

Anchored by six cats that entered her life during pivotal moments, Author Lyn Horner’s Memoir is a touching, funny, and enlightening novel that even a dog lover like me enjoyed!

In “Six Cats in My Kitchen”, Horner describes how each of these cats entered her and her families lives whether they were strays, bought from a pet store, or replacements for other lost cats.  Each of their wonderfully unique personalities comes to life as Horner describes their foibles, their gifts and on how each helped her through critical junctures including a major life move from the Midwest to Texas, and the diagnosis of her daughter’s disease that she inherited from Lyn.

Cat lovers will certainly relate drawing on their own experiences to appreciate how each of these independent yet loving animals helped the Horners through some of their most challenging times.  Through her prose, Horner’s love of life, cats, and wonderfully engaging humor comes through in this high energy memoir.  Reading Horner’s story is like chatting with a best friend over coffee on a Sunday afternoon – few things in life are better.

An accomplished romance writer, readers can also enjoy Horner’s fiction novel – Darlin’ Druids – a five star novel!

Available on Kindle, Horner’s books are a great bargain.

Note: A complementary copy of this work was provided in return for a review.

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Posted on September 5, 2011, in Book Review and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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