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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2004

    A new twist on Catwoman

    *Watch Catwoman when it comes out July 23rd* If you are a reader/movie go-er and are not interested in comic books please read: There has been much negative buzz around this book and movie due to the fact that it is not based on the original character from DC Comics. Fans will rate this poorly no matter if the book or movie really is good or not. Thought I should clear that up. Catwoman is a story based on a shy and sensitive artist Patience Philips. She uncovers a dark secret about the company she works for: Hedare Beauty. Patience is then murdered and transformed into the sleek and stealthy creature Catwoman. I really do enjoy this book. I understand the fans outrage against this film (I'm a Selina Kyle fan as well) but I found this an interesting take on the Catwoman character. I really connected with Patience. The character feels real, exerting emotions that we've all felt. A big plus for the book. The love interest, Detective Tom Lone, is a great supporting character. Sally, Patience's best friend, provides a lot of comedic relief. The story has great underlying messages, such as: Beauty comes from the soul. If you are a fan of Catwoman from the Batman comics I would suggest to stay away from the book and movie. But if you're into action/adventure, a little bit of romance, and just love a fun, exciting read then this book is for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2004


    This book was stupid. Its so over-the-top, and has nothing to do with the comic book character. I mean nothing. Its a waste of time

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2004

    a good work of action...

    even though some may say it's not like the comic, it's good in the sense that the characters all cover the human nature. so it's not believable on two parts but it's still a good book. anyone who likes action and a growing climax, will enjoy this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2004

    The Cat has a New Lady to Wear the Fur!

    Excellent read for any comic fans or anyone who loves a good story of turning into the real you. The novel is almost the exact storyline as the movie. So bascially, what you read you will see come to life on the big screen film, 'Catwoman.' Like the movie, it's a tale of a mousy-shy girl named Patience Phillips who finds out about a corporate conspiracy, and is murdered for knowing to much.*Hint* The schemeing 'villians' in the story don't know yet that the woman they killed would become their ultimate rival, the Catwoman! Thats all the summary I'll give you so go to Barnes and pick up a copy today! You'll have a Purrrrfect! time reading this feline action adventure!

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