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The Cat Who Went to Paris (Anglais) Relié – septembre 1991

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“Peter Gethers’ trio of books about the globe-trotting Norton are witty and warm. One not only learns of Norton’s sweet personality but also about the author’s not-so-cynical genuine feelings about what really matters when it comes to love and cats.”—Vicki Myron-,author of Dewey: the Small Town Library Cat who Touched the Worllk --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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"Norton is clearly a charmer, and Gethers tells his story with contagious affection....Will warm the heart of any confirmed cat-lover."
THE WASHINGTON POST BOOK WORLD
Before Peter Gethers met Norton, the publisher, screenwriter, and author was a confirmed cat-hater. Then everything changed. Peter opened his heart to the Scottish Fold kitten and their adventures to Paris, Fire Island, and in the subways of Manhattan took on the color of legend and mutual love. THE CAT WHO WENT TO PARIS proves that sometimes all it takes is paws and personality to change a life. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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Et oui, à cause, ou plutôt grâce à ce livre, j'ai adopté moi aussi un scottish fold ! Passionnée par les chats, pas comme l'auteur du livre, j'ai plongé dans ce livre et découvert cette race au travers d'une histoire touchante, parfois drôle.
L'auteur, scénariste et homme à femmes, se voit offrir un chaton par une de ces conquêtes' La relation entre l'auteur et le chat passe vite du stade répulsif au stade fusionnel' Il ne va pas sans dire que la nana, elle, ne fait pas long feu' Commence alors les tribulations des deux compères et l'apprentissage d'une vie faite de découverte et de tendresse. À ne pas lire si vous avez déjà atteint le quota max de chat(s) chez vous.
Une écriture fluide, qui permettra même aux débutants de lire ce livre en anglais.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A bit heavy on the chutzpah 30 juin 2015
Par Jim Murtha, Author of The Adventures of Kalamazoo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book could be titled, “Travels with Norton,” the endearing Scottish Fold cat that accompanies his owner everywhere, whether padding a few steps behind as the narrator walks to the market on Fire Island or curled up in a shoulder bag jetting across the Atlantic.
Gethers, a self-described Jack-of-all-trades, writes prose that is lively, clear, organized, humorous, often touching. Norton, who steals our hearts and tickles our fancy dictates much of the author’s life. For example, the ubiquitous girlfriends–I counted eight–must share their bed with Norton if they want to sleep with Gethers.
The problem with this book is that the narrator constantly upstages his feline friend. I grew tired of the hyperbole. Gethers has a penchant for name-dropping, not only people, notably his good pal Roman Polanski and Harrison Ford, but hotels, restaurants, clubs, even airplanes (The Concorde). His girl friends are drop-dead gorgeous and sexy, in spite of claiming his taste usually “ran to slightly trashy.” One conquest “was the most intelligent, most stimulating, and least boring person I’d met in a long time.” This shortly after working with Polanski and Ford.
Screen writers specialize in lean prose and focus. Moviegoers don’t want to be distracted by minor characters. This book would have been better at 100 pages, an easy goal to attain by removing half the author’s amorous exploits.
Like another reviewer, I regret that I also bought the two sequels when I ordered this book.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Cat Gets 5 Stars, the Author Gets 1 6 décembre 2013
Par Sandy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I love cats, as well as books about cats, and Norton is too adorable to be resisted. I have to say, though, that if all of Norton's escapades were true, then I think Peter Gethers is in the top 2 percent of irresponsible cat owners. It's obvious that he truly loved Norton, and in many ways made Norton a high priority in his life, but he was forever putting his beloved feline in danger! I also read the second and third books in the series, so I don't remember if some of the events happened in this book or later ones, but all the books relate tales of Norton roaming through strange cities alone, being left unattended in airports, falling from high places, and the list goes on. I won't belabor the point, but I do wonder if it ever occurred to Mr. Gethers that Norton could have been mauled by a dog, run over by a car, attacked by another cat and exposed to feline leukemia, or even stolen? He was a famous cat, after all, and pretty recognizable with those ears. Anyway, I loved Norton, but I would have liked to hear a lot more about him, and a lot less about the author and his celebrity pals. And please, if anyone reading this book thinks they might adopt the author's cat-care methods, I hope you'll reconsider.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy read. Mostly amusing 5 mars 2017
Par CST - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Most of the book is about the author, not the cat. They don't actually go to Paris until 3/4 into the book. Easy read. Mostly amusing.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Cats Rule 7 décembre 2015
Par Moon Cat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I enjoyed this story about Norton, the Scottish Fold Cat. Although it may seem like the cat's behavior has been exaggerated, I doubt that it has been. The only explanation I can extend to those who haven't experienced anything like this is that certain exceptional cats seem to be telepathically linked with people. I was blessed with a cat like this at one time, and I am delighted to read about another of these wonderful little beings.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 although I do like (and truly am allergic to ) cats 25 janvier 2016
Par Jackie Kovach - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
At the outset, I must admit to being a dog lover, although I do like (and truly am allergic to ) cats. But, this book was captivating! The writing was first class, all the people and animals clearly and lovingly defined and, in one way or another, I identified with each. I have already recommended the book to people and will continue to do so.
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