Get a cat's eye view of Malta with 'Cats Brigade'
Jeremy Cope’s Cats Brigade is an entertaining view of Malta from a cat’s point of view. When Miss Licky is accidentally trapped in the Malta maritime Museum and her humans sail away, she must relearn how to survive on the streets. With the help of the museum cat Mouser, Miss Licky explores parts of Malta that she has never seen before and seeks to find her brother and sister while hoping that her human family will return soon.
Cope does a good job of giving the two cats different voices while weaving a tale of intrigue and danger. The reader is taken on a tour of Malta, specifically Birgu, Valletta and Marsaxlokk that humanizes the cats and reveals Maltese history. Set in the time when the old buses were being replaced by a new bus company. The information about Malta is still current and relevant.
Cat lovers and those wanting to know more about Malta will enjoy this easy read. For those who don’t necessarily like cats, Cope’s work will illuminate the inner thoughts of cats and help them to be more likable. Cats Brigade is a great read for the beach in Malta or just about anywhere else.
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