Goodreads: Diary of a Snoopy Cat (Inca Cats #5)

Author: R.F. Kristi

Published: 26th October 2017

Source: Audible – Copy from Author

Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)

Official Summary: “Read the hilarious and breathtaking antics of Inca and her family of furry friends as recorded through the eyes of Inca a Siberian Kitty. Inca decides to start a Diary! A heart-pounding saga unfolds as she keeps the reader thrilled recording her detective exploits. When Inca and family move to London from Paris, they make a whole new set of friends, including Monk, a Blue Russian cat and Terrence, a Golden Retriever who ably and bravely assists his world-famous detective owner, Solo. Inspired by the adventures of her new friends, Inca sets herself the task of becoming the world’s best cat detective and begins to keep a diary of her exploits. When Monk arrives one evening, with news of a meeting to take place later that night, Inca is excited and can’t wait to attend. She is told of a perilous journey that must be undertaken by Solo and Terrence, who are to travel to the Himalayas, to search for the missing Raoul, a friend who had failed to return from an expedition. The departure of Terrence means that Inca can take on her first proper job; the baffling incident of Mr. Finchley’s missing will. But does the young cat have what it takes to crack the case and save the tormented and ferocious Rottweiler – Boss? And can she do it without the help of the wily old Retriever?” – Goodreads

Review: I preferred the other narrator for her other books. There was nothing wrong with the narrator in this one. Just the other could manage to sound more ‘cat’ like. More squeaky, in a good way.

Really enjoying this series, I have listened to three of them completely out of order and it works fine. What is great in this series is that you learn some history, how things work/facts about where they live and the world around them. It teaches children about friendship and family and the world.

The author really nails the cat traits, like the comments about possessive jealous was so spot on.

(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from Author. Does not affect my review)