I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Gini Koch
Released: May 2nd 2017
Series: Katherine "Kitty" Katt #15
Published by DAW
“If you’re looking for a Sci Fi read that’s full of personality, then you absolutely need to meet Kitty and the gang.”
~ Under the Covers
ALIEN EDUCATION is the fifteenth book in the Kitty Katt series by Gini Koch. That being said, I think it’s important to read the series in order. Not only is there a ton of world politics in this book, I simply think readers would have a better time if they started the book from the beginning. As always Koch delivers an interesting story. However, I did feel like the beginning of this one stalled slightly. It takes a couple of chapters to set the book up but once that’s completed, I do think the book finds it’s stride.
Kitty is always a treat to read. Not only if she bursting with personality, but she always provides readers with a fresh look into the world. I love the fact that although her character has progressed over the series that she still remains the same heroine we’ve loved from the beginning of the series.
The same thing goes for Jeff who obviously plays an important role in the series. Yet through the eyes of Kitty he’s still the down-to-earth, kind person she fell in love with. Despite the developments in their relationship, I still think there’s so much room to grow. That being said, I feel like Koch can write plenty more books set in this series.
If you’re looking for a Sci Fi read that’s full of personality, then you absolutely need to meet Kitty and the gang.
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