Catwoman: Soulstealer (Signed Book) (DC Icons Series #3)

Catwoman: Soulstealer (Signed Book) (DC Icons Series #3)

by Sarah J. Maas

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780375977480
Publisher: Random House Children's Books
Publication date: 08/07/2018
Series: DC Icons Series , #3
Edition description: Signed Edition
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 3,533
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.60(d)
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

SARAH J. MAAS is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Throne of Glass series and the Court of Thorns and Roses series, as well as a USA Today bestselling author. Sarah wrote the first incarnation of the Throne of Glass series when she was just sixteen; it has now sold in thirty-five languages. A New York native, Sarah lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and her dog. Visit her online at and follow her on Twitter at @SJMaas and on Instagram at @therealsjmaas.

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Catwoman: Soulstealer (Signed Book) (DC Icons Series #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
KikiRayburn More than 1 year ago
I pre-ordered this book with high hopes, as I have read SJM's other books, and I must say: It did not disappoint. From chapter one, Selina captured my heart and held in a place of "What's going to happen next?" I could not get enough of everything! I love the background of each character, learning their reasons and connecting with them on a personal level! I'm so glad I read this book. Definitely worthy of five stars, and definitely a necessity for book-lovers!
Take_Me_AwayPH 11 days ago
Having read the first two in the series, I thought I knew what to expect with this one. I knew it was going to be an origin story about how Selina Kyle became Catwoman, but I did not know it would also be a story that made me feel sorry for her and give her more respect in the end. Selina Kyle finally gets out of Gotham City's slums... To end up right back in Gotham City two years later. Batman is gone, but Batwing is left to watch the city while he's away. What he's not expecting is to find the new, infamous Catwoman here to team up with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn teaming up together to stage heists and wreak havoc on the city. They may both be the other's undoing. As a huge fan of heroes (my favorite person ever is Wonder Woman), I did not understand why they added Catwoman to this series. It's not someone I thought I would have cared about. But once I started reading about it, I understood a bit more. By finally having a book just about Catwoman, it made me stop and see the reasoning behind why she started down this life of crime. And I have to say, it's not what I was expecting. So, although I wasn't on board with them choosing her at first, I'd love to see other villains and their origin stories as well. Just under a different name than DC Icons. Because let's face it, I would still rather hear about a hero than a villain. As for the writing style, I think it was a bit too long for my taste. It got to be a bit redundant towards the middle and I found myself feeling like I was slogging through it at a point in time. I was thinking it was possibly a reading slump, but there were others that I could read just fine. It wasn't until the last 60 pages or so that everything tied together and began to make sense. It totally redeemed it for me because I was a bit disappointed and leaning at 3 stars. (If you know me, you know I'm not a fan of waiting for the end of the book to get good. I have DNF'ed many a book because only the last couple pages are good.) I also really liked that this is told as a dual POV. Having the villain and the hero in one book both telling their own sides of the story seems as if it would be confusing, but it actually wasn't. I'm not sure if it was easy to follow because I was used to Maas' writing, but whatever the case may be, both MC's had a distinct voice and I was able to fall for both characters actually. It's always hard for me to root for the villains, but with this one it was surprisingly easy. Selina Kyle was not the villain as you would expect her to be. This book definitely has some surprises and I can't wait to see what other people think of her!
Anonymous 22 days ago
I purchased this book from Barnes and Noble to #buddyread with my bestie @mycornerforbooksand. All opinions are my own. Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J Maas. This book..... Catwoman meets Robin Hood meets Supernurse. Teaming up with other supervillians to wreck Gotham there is no other version if Catwoman that is more perfect than this one. Review also posted on Instagram @borenbooks, Library Thing, Go Read, Goodreads/StacieBoren, Amazon, Twitter @jason_stacie and my blog at
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Anonymous 3 months ago
That more people would have gotten this as a nook eddition and writen about it, since it's written by an awesome person who really knows what she's doing... guess not....? I do want to read it though. I LOVE YPU SARAH J MAAS!!!!
Anonymous 8 months ago
Great read!
Mel-Loves-Books 8 months ago
“‘Every good criminal in Gotham has a call sign. Let’s add this one to the mix.’ She examined her claws as if she were looking over a manicure, her bullwhip swaying int he wind. ‘Catwoman. Has a nice ring to it.’” Of the DC Icon series so far, this book is my very favorite. And honestly that is saying a lot because I have really enjoyed these books. Catwoman is very dynamic, and the cast of characters we get to see in this book make it all the more interesting. Selina has had a rough life, but done all that she can to help her sister who is very sick. She agrees to become part of the League of Assassins for the guarantee of her sister being taken care of in a good home. But then she comes back to Gotham, and it is so exciting seeing her plan unfold and the unexpected relationships she forms. Sarah J Maas wrote these unrealistic characters in relatable ways, and it is a book that had me thinking about it often when not reading it. I am giving this book 5 stars, and begging for a sequel written by Maas about Harley Quinn.
Scarls17 11 months ago
While I love a good movie based off of a comics character, I am not a big graphic novels reader. I am, however, a fan of Catwoman and Sarah J. Maas so reading this was a no brainer. The plot and action are great and Maas gives it her style with some great surprises throughout. The only thing I didn't connect with were the other characters I had no history with (Bat Wing who??), but that's a me thing, not a book thing as Maas does a great job of quickly explaining who everyone is as they're introduced. I will say, if you think this will be like her other two series, change your expectations. It's definitely more tame and has a different style, but I still enjoyed it!
Anonymous 11 months ago
3.5 stars. This is, so far, my favorite of the DC Icons series. It took me a couple chapters to actually get into the book (I had to leave the book and then come back to it) but after those first few chapters it was fast paced and captured my attention. I loved Selina's devotion to her sister, and the scenes with Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. I've been a die hard fan of Maas for a long time, but there was something about the writing this time around that stops me from giving it full marks. There were some lines that were very repetitive. It does seem like Maas listened to her fans and added more diversity to her books, but I think she failed in trying to accurately portray her POC characters and the oppression they faced.