Book Review - Dizzy Lizzie by Kat E. Erikson #BookSirens

8/05/2020

Book Review - Dizzy Lizzie by Kat E. Erikson #BookSirens


Disclaimer: 

I made this series because I am a beginner at book reviews, (Currently no access to ARC - "Advanced Readers Copy") and I have no way of getting my hands on a lot of books, without spending a ton of money. I mean I do have access to a library app that I am eternally grateful for (Thank you, Libby I love you to death), but there are some items on there that are not available.  

Hence, I made this series where I can get a feel of whether or not I would be tempted to continue reading a book by going ahead in making the next step of purchasing / picking it up, judging it on the three free chapters the authors or publisher has provided on Amazon Kindle. 

My reviews for (1) samples and (2) books that I purchased with my own money are not going to be spoiler-free. I realized that it's very hard for me to make reviews without touching on certain topics, so while I label it on the title as a "Book Review", it would really be more of a "Book Analysis" or "Book Discussion." Viewers discretion on that part. As of now I only have Libby, Prime Reading, Book Bub, and Book Sirens on my utility belt. If I ever plan to do a Book Subscription or sign up for Kindle Unlimited, I will also disclose it to the readers. 

Copies of books that I've acquired through "Books Sirens" will be spoiler-free. That is a part of their policy when giving out free copies directly from the author. In exchange for a free copy of the book, it is strongly recommended that spoilers are not included so that it won't spoil the story or plot for other future readers. I am always going to label it with a hashtag, #BookSirens so you'll know that a particular review will not contain any minor or major spoilers. 

I'm sorry for the long intro, but I need to clear this up in every post. Anyway on to the review!

Rating:✮✮✮ 

Reaction:

First off, I love the artwork and cover. It exudes warmth and nice fuzzy feelings I got from reading the book. It pairs really well with the story. I gave this a 4 / 5 stars, only because I had hope for a different ending. I’m hoping maybe there is a sequel in the works. But man, do I love the realistic aspect injected into this story. It ties in with all of the themes the author has explored. Another reviewer in Amazon had mentioned that they would love to see this turn into a TV series or a mini film. And I completely agree with that. If this turned into a series, I would love to see more adventures of Dizzy Lizzy.

I can’t believe that within 18 pages, the author was able to make me invest in all of the characters. Not just Dizzy Lizzy but also the mom cat and the other eight kittens: Kimba, Chinky, Doodle, Twink, Chatterly, Squeaky, Whizzy, and Bink. I wish the book was even longer.

If this is just a stand-alone book with no sequels, I don’t mind it either. I did mention before that I love the realistic input from the author. The transformation of Dizzy Lizzy from a helpless kitten to an independent, determined, and creative character when it comes to problem-solving was so delightful to read on every page. I think any reader who picks up this book would also be inspired in also overcoming their challenges. This book has become very dear to me in such a short amount of time and I’m so thankful for Book Sirens for letting me enjoy this book. Thank you for the free copy of this book.

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