Catwoman

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Ballantine Books, 2004 - Fiction - 275 pages
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There’s a new Catwoman in town—a feline adventuress unlike any you’ve seen before. Discover all her sizzling secrets as she cracks her whip and sinks her claws into her most petrifying, death-defying adventure yet. Patience Philips is a shrinking violet, not exactly a career booster at competitive Hedare Beauty, the huge cosmetics corporation where she’s a graphic designer. Self-conscious and easily unnerved, she hasn’t a chance of escaping detection after she uncovers a dirty little secret in Hedare’s top-secret research laboratory. Discovery means death, but the real shocker is what happens afterward. In the blink of a cat’s eye, the meek designer is gone, replaced—through an ancient twist of fate—by a sleek, self-assured woman with dark, dazzling powers: Catwoman. She has scores to settle, rooftops to roam, and a sinister underworld to prowl, as she stalks her destiny like a feral feline. She also has a good-looking detective on her trail, someone who has fallen for Patience, but is drawn to Catwoman. As two mighty forces gear up for the ultimate showdown, the fur will fly. . . .

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Why does everybody say Catwoman is a terrible book and movie i thoght it was a great book. It was suspensful and it kept me reading. So stop saying its the worst book ever because your over exxagerating. I gave it 5 stars because it deserved 5 stars.

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About the author (2004)

Elizabeth Hand is the winner of both the Nebula and the World Fantasy Awards. She is the author of Winterlong, Waking the Moon, Glimmering, Last Summer at Mars Hill, and Black Light. A noted critic, she is a frequent book reviewer for The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, The Washington Post Book Review, and The Village Voice. She lives in Maine with her family.

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