Kitty's Greatest Hits

Kitty's Greatest Hits

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Kitty's Greatest Hits 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 33 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
This super fourteen short story collection consist of twelve that are clearly in Kitty's sphere though the most popular werewolf talk show personality only appears in five of them. Cormac stars in two (with Ben in "Looking After Family" and in the excellent tale of his haunting "Long Time Waiting"). Additionally T.J. stars in "Wild Ride" and Emma from "Kitty Takes Washington" heats the sheets in "Life Is The Teacher". Rick stars twice as Ricardo in Conquistador de la Noche" and with Kitty in "The Temptation of Robin Green". Finally there is also Jake the vampire who called the night radio host complaining about how his life literally sucks in "Kitty and the Silver Bullet"; this is what happened to him after his "You're on the Air" fifteen minutes of fame. Obviously for fans of the Kitty universe who will howl with delight even with two cleverly well written historical paranormal entries (A Princess of Spain and The Book of Daniel) that do not belong within Kitty's Greatest Hits. Harriet
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you've ever wondered how Cormac and Amelia joined up or what T.J.'s origins are this is the book for you
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed the short stories. Love this series. Thank you for the many hour of reading.
InvestedIvana More than 1 year ago
Kitty’s Greatest Hits give readers a great selection of stories, both in the Kitty universe and of some of our favorite characters. Of the stories not about Kitty and her friends, I really loved The Book of Daniel and A Princess of Spain. At one point in the novels, Kitty is speculating on what historical figures might have been supernatural creatures. The biblical Daniel, of Daniel and the Lion’s Den, is one on which she speculates. Could Daniel have been a lion shifter? That might explain why the lions didn’t eat him. A Princess of Spain tells us the story of Arthur Tudor, the sickly older brother of Henry Tudor — Henry VIII. What if Arthur’s sickness was a plot in vampire machinations? Arthur’s wife, Catherine of Aragon, and Henry discover the plot and “save” Arthur from the wicked vampire. I also love the “origin” stories of Rick and TJ. Conquistador de la Noche reveals how Rick — Ricardo de Avila — was turned vampire in Mexico long before most European vampires came to America. Wild Ride assures us that T.J. chose to become a werewolf, but was too dominate a wolf to be comfortable in most packs. And, of course, Long Time Waiting is the brilliant story of Cormac and Amelia’s fight against the demon haunting the prison, and how they became partners in Cormac’s head. Actually, there aren’t any bad stories in this collection. Even the short short ones are fun. My only complaint is that I would have preferred the stories be presented in chronological order, rather than in publication order, or there was some notation of when each story took place in the timeline of the novels. That would have been helpful. I also would have liked to see some stories about General Sherman and Odysseus Grant. I’m very glad all the stories were collected into one volume, and that Marguarite Gavin narrated them all. Having a consistent narrator for the entire series is fantastic. Gavin does an excellent job. I’m super glad I took the time to reread the entire Kitty series. I rated several books higher than I did on my original read, and I’m so glad there was a resolution to the Roman story-line. Kitty is one of my favorite series.
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Glad to see the short story about Cormac. Always good to fill in the blanks.
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ondreea More than 1 year ago
Awesome book! This was not one story but several short stories from the Kitty Norville series that add background to other stories and characters. I really enjoyed the stories about Rick and his becoming a vampire as well as the selkie one that he was involved in. The other story that I really like was the last one that involved the story behind Cormac and Amelia coming together. It made me feel better about their relationship. If you are a fan of the series and want to learn more about the filler areas then you should read this book.
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Interesting enough to make me want to buy the first Kitty book
eyestrainlaine More than 1 year ago
Lottsa fun insights into the lives of familiar and not familiar characters. Finally find out what happened to Cormac in prison and an inticing story or two about Rick's background . Come on Carrie and write faster!!!!
purrfectmatch More than 1 year ago
I am fan of The Kitty Norville Series, so of course I was going to get this anthology. Which to my dismay, was all of Carrie Vaughn's short stories. I wanted just the ones related to Kitty and her world,which though the other tales are vampire and shifter related, I was disappointed and the ones I enjoyed were based on Kitty and her world. The others were alright, and for that reason its a three star rating.
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