Thursday, April 18, 2019

Impeccable Petunia By Katie Christine Review

Part I: Claws, Paws, Feathers & Jaws

Relegated to a life without hope for anything more than a squalid existence at the bottom of the pecking order, Petunia, a backyard chicken, lives out her days in a flock where gossip flows as currency, with malice at its heart and boredom by its side. Petunia’s plight seems insurmountable until a strange woman’s tears hurl her through a labyrinth that she never anticipated and into a friendship she might not survive.

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Cassandra's Review-  I found both parts of the story to be entertaining and fresh as far as never really being told before in the way of chickens.   I actually have 16 Orpington hens and one rooster so this was kind of fun to read and imagine them taking on an adventure.  The books are easy to glide through because of the better writing style, it also helps that the characters are realistic for talking animals.  I think there is so much more to this story, but older ages might get it a little better.

Part II: The Two Tails

As The Two Tails opens, the flock confronts a spiral of death and disappearance. Ensnared by a rapacious raccoon and desperate for a way out, Petunia must throw herself at the mercy of the dark, open road with little more than gumption, a pair of useless wings, and a dubious companion as her guide.

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I received complimentary copies.

About the Author:
Katie Christine
From a young age Katie's parents instilled in her a love of animals and art. She has many fond childhood memories of long summer afternoons spent curled up in a quiet corner of the local library. She lives outside Seattle, Washington with her husband/illustrator, Jonathan Edward, their Super-Sheltie, Niles and cats, Frankenstein and Penelope.

Katie Christine holds degrees from UCLA and USC, enjoys the outdoors, gardening, reading, and discovering new music.  Find out more at

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