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18 comments

  1. Melanie Goldmund /

    Thunderbirds Meet Thundercat

  2. April /

    Ship Eating Cats, And the men who ride them.

  3. The Lord of the Cats (When Felines Secretly Rule the Universe)

  4. Ernie /

    If You Can’t Fit Anything Else in the Shot You’re Not Trying Hard Enough (Aliens, Pirates, and Wizards on Back Flap)

  5. Melanie Goldmund /

    I Was a Teenaged Shapeshifter Who Found Increasingly Creative Ways to Look Up Men’s Togas.

  6. April /

    Bad Trips
    Just Say No

  7. Bethany C. /

    I Think My Cat Got Into My Stash

  8. RedEyedGhost /

    Honey I Shrunk the Zeus.

  9. April /

    Do Thunder God Cats Dream of Hovering Planes?

    • susan emans /

      April, I’m late to this one, but I love your title. Ummm…I own this book, and I loved the cover when I was a teenager.

  10. Bad Feline Nose Jobs.

  11. Ben /

    LOST: The True Story of Oceanic Flight 815

  12. Conal O'Neill /

    Schrodinger’s Cat (Life 5 of 9)

  13. April, you are our winner.

    If you live in the USA, you win a book of your choice from our stacks.
    Please contact me (Marion) with your choice and a US address. Happy reading!

    • April /

      Thanks Marion! Which title was most liked? I know which one was my favorite…

      • “Bad Feline Nose Jobs.” Actually, most of this batch had me laughing out loud. We have some talented, funny readers!

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