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Cathy's Ring Book Review

Cathy's Ring Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Apr 04, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Cathy cannot manage to find more than a few days to relax in her hectic (and mortal) life; she barely has time to put the mystery surrounding her father to rest before she finds herself targeted by a group of Ancestor Lu’s professional killers!

The Read

Cathy cannot manage to find more than a few days to relax in her hectic (and mortal) life; she barely has time to put the mystery surrounding her father to rest before she finds herself targeted by a group of Ancestor Lu’s professional killers!

Recognizing she is a serious threat to everyone in her life, Cathy makes plans to leave town. But her friends, Emma, Pete, Victor, and, surprisingly, Jun, unite to convince Cathy that they must finish Lu once and for all to have any chance at peace—mortal or immortal. In order to defeat Lu, the friends must come together in a way they never have before.


Meanwhile, unbeknownst to Cathy, Victor has made the ultimate sacrifice hoping it will bring him closer to a normal relationship with Cathy. But when Victor is seriously wounded and Cathy finds herself attracted to another mortal with similar feelings for her, Cathy’s world turns upside down and she is forced to make a decision about her future with Victor, while his life hangs by a thread. What will Cathy decide, and how will their epic battle with Lu play out? Find out in the newest adventure-packed installment of the Cathy story!


The Extras

From the synopsis above, you may find yourself thinking this is just another ordinary novel – a good read, and nothing more. Well, that’s where you’re wrong. Cathy’s Ring – by Stewart, Weisman and Brigg – is actually the sequel to two other bestsellers – Cathy’s Book and Cathy’s Key.


The Cathy books are all thrilling and action-packed – and when we say action-packed, we mean you actually get a chance to join in the action and interact with the story using the Internet and your very own cell phone!


The books feature working cell phone numbers and website URLs that basically establish the existence of all the fictional people, places and companies you read about on the pages. The phone numbers and websites will help you solve the mysteries presented in each book.


Cathy's Ring Rating: 5


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