The Cat who Walks Through Walls: A Comedy of Manners
Twenty-four hours after their dinner date, Dr. Richard Ames and Gwen Novak have witnessed a murder, wed, been evicted, been charged with murder, and had to run for their lives. Luckily, neither Ames' prosthetic foot, nor the maple bonsai Gwen insists on saving slows them down as they make their escape from a planned community turned sour.
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This book has sentimental value; it was my first real venture into fiction suggested by my 11th grade English Literature teacher Mr. Thomas Hardwick. Up until that point I was engrossed in Byte Magazine, the People's Almanac #1 and #2, and the Book of Lists. I really didn't read much else for pleasure and begrudgingly read other books as needed to get by in school. This book was Heinlein's latest at the time and I think Mr. Hardwick recommended it as I was a dude of serious dorkage; maybe still am...
Still an entertaining read once again; not as overtly sexed as some other Heinlein books and there's some off the wall long winded discussions but enjoyable.
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This book ended. That is definitely the best part of it. I have enjoyed some of Robert Heinlein's books, but I struggle with his Luna series. This book is part of that series. The story is about ... Read full review