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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Review: The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book by Ciye Cho

The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book
by Ciye Cho

The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book is a whimsical treat for cat lovers everywhere. Dive into its pages to meet Catalina the narcissistic movie star, Kit the steampunk genius, and Guillaume the macaron chef. Browse through letters, notes, and photos to learn about mystery cats from Svalbard and the Amazon. Follow a detective as he unravels the crimes of “Murder Kitties.”
The OOAK Cat Book is a grown-up picture book full of modern themes: a shameless search for fame (or infamy), an obsession with true crime, and our constant need for adventure and kawaii cats. The felines here will guide you to places like Paris, Varanasi, Woodstock, and the Great Barrier Reef.

Find your adventure amid 127 pages, 16 chapters, and 46 illustrations.

Ciye Cho’s The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book was such a fun, delightful surprise and reading experience! A picture book aimed at adult readers, The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book features 33 unique cats and their various stories.

Featuring a fantastic array of intriguing cats, from a feline starlet to murderous kittens, a chef cat, cats in love, and so much more, this book is bursting with whimsy, wit, and charm. Told through letters, photos, web pages, etc, each cat’s section brings something clever and captivating to the collection. Cho touches on many pop culture and hot topics in a very smart and funny tongue-in-cheek way that had me literally laughing out loud. The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book has 50+ bright, fun, and youthful illustrations that wonderfully capture Cho’s unforgettable feline creations. You can check out a gallery of some of the awesome illustrations here. I would love to see a hardback, physical edition of this book, as it would make a gorgeous coffee table book, sure to spark conversation.

Though this picture book is aimed at adults, I think older kid and teen readers will get a kick out of it as well.

my final thoughts: I had SUCH a fun time reading The One-of-a-Kind Cat Book and found it purrfectly pawesome! I would highly recommend it to all cat lovers.

5/5 yummy cupcakes

Ciye Cho lives in Australia and works as a graphic designer. He writes YA novels in his free time--and his head is often lost in the clouds or some place far from reality. To find out about his other works, please visit

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