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How to Capture an Invisible Cat – Paul Tobin. Reviewed by Mango Bubbles Boy (10)

There’s an invisible cat on the loose.

Nate is an 11-year-old genius. He has a talking dog. Don’t ask, I don’t know. Every Friday the 14th, he does something not-so-smart, you could call it stupid. It was all Nate’s fault. He made his dog – Proton – super-sized, and invisible – one of his not-so-smart things (stupid) – and therefore he is rampaging around.

To make things worse – The Red Death Tea Society is plotting against Nate, and now Delphine too!

This is a great book, because it is really well written. I love all the characters, especially Betsy (the talking car) and Bosper (the talking dog) (there are a lot of talking things, that usually wouldn’t talk (or be able to do really complicated maths sums, that even I can’t do))!

Thanks to Bags of Books for letting me have a review copy, for freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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