WhatBookNext.com ~ “There are many stories with people finding portals, but Journey through the Cat Door‘s imaginative premise gives these adventures to a regular house cat. Enzo is a likeable puss showing the reader his world through his eyes, then taking them on his adventures. Things don’t go to plan a lot of the time for Enzo, but he muddles through trying to prove himself to his new friends.
“The evil Professor Olga Stone has a truly terrible master plan, making her the perfect villain in this book for middle-grade readers.
“Scattered through the book are line sketch illustrations of Enzo on his adventures as he becomes the special agent he’s longing to be. Animal lovers and pet owners alike might just see cats in a different light after meeting Enzo.”
The Sapling ~ “Enzo’s narration is engaging and believable, and his voice strikes the purrfect (sorry, I had to) balance of intelligence with a cat’s worldview—he’s quick-thinking and likeable, but he’s easily distracted by flying insects and terrified of the family vacuum cleaner. The narration was plausible enough that I have since been wondering about my own cat’s inner monologue.”