Book Review of How My Cat Made Me a Better Man (Feig) by US Review of Books


From US Review of Books:

Feig’s conversational style is witty and disarming. His self-deprecating humor lends charm and vulnerability to his ideas and opinions on becoming a better individual. Rooted firmly in a young, often single man’s outlook, he nevertheless manages to address aspects of life relevant to people of all ages. If you enjoy humor and love cats—the former being a prerequisite for the latter—chances are you’ll also be attracted to this fun-filled homage to felines.

Read the rest of the review by Joe Kilgore HERE.

About the book: Jeremy Feig was at rock bottom - broke, alone, and living in a shoebox-sized apartment. At the same time, his cat was perfectly content. What was her secret? She couldn't say it out loud, but it was clear she had all the answers to living a good life. How My Cat Made Me a Better Man is a hilarious self-help book for guys that gals like, too, based on the lessons of an edgy cat named Shelly. It's packed with useful advice on topics like relationships, dealing with stress, and even grooming habits. If you feel like your life is spinning out of control, this book will help you set things right - and keep you laughing along the way.

How My Cat Made Me a Better Man is a "darling" of cat bloggers, recipient of a Readers' Favorite 5-star review, and "highly recommended" by MidWest Book Review.

Delightfully illustrated with pen-and-ink drawings by Zhenya Yanovich.

For more posts about Jeremy and his book, including exceprts, click HERE.

Connect with Jeremy's blog HERE.

View a trailer to the book on Youtube HERE.

For more books illustrated by Zhenya Yanovich, click HERE.


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