Sunday, August 3, 2008

Kitty Kitty

Witty, big -haired Jasmine Callihan (aka Jas) is anything but thrilled when her father (aka Dadzilla) uproots her from LA and decides to move to Venice in a plot to "keep her out of trouble". Yes, Venice. As in Italy. As in, another country. Hey-how would you feel if you were forced to move halfway around the world from you kick-butt BFFs, super-hot boyfriend, and everything else that you loved? That's ex-actly how Jas feels. So she's forced to go to the Dark Side and become a Model Daughter in a plot that might send her back to California if she's good enough. Instead, she gets a surprise visit from the Evil Hench Twins (her cousin Alyson and Alyson's pal Veronique), finds out that her only Venetian friend is in grave danger, and then discovers that the same friend winds up dead in one of the canals the very next day, sending Jas into a rollicking adventure involving a way-too-hot gondolier, who may or may not want to kill her; a greedy heiress with a grudge, pizza galore, a House that Kills, and the search to find the truth...with her loyal friends (they came! hooray!) by her side. Can Jas find the killer without being ousted herself? much for Model Daughter. (:
   I adored Michele Jaffe's second novel, the sequel to Bad Kitty. If you're craving more danger, at-the-edge-of-your-seat suspense, and a kick-butt protagonist, then you've met your match in Kitty Kitty! You really won't be able to put it down, and will be craving more of Jaffe's hysterical storytelling by the time you're finished with it!


Juliana said...

What age group is best for this book?

Bookworm said...

I would most likely recommend "Kitty Kitty" to readers ages 13-17. Thanks for visiting!
Happy reading,