I normally write these reviews in Dutch as I read the books in Dutch, but I thought this time I would just write my review in English. More people can read my thoughts that way!
In this book we have a new adventure and it comes with a new friend, a boy named George. I have to say that I had to warm up towards the boy, and still not sure if I actually like him. I mean, I love his superpowers. Whereas Kitty has kitty powers and can do amazing acrobatic skills, George can float/fly (well ish). He has owl powers! And I loved those. But the way George acted around Kitty, acting like he was better (though he had to be helped each and every step) was just not my cup of tea. Also, he was just so stiff and unemotional, like he was Spock from Star Trek. Plus, I love this series because Kitty works alone. I do hope we don’t get this duo stuff constantly. But that they occasionally meet up, I wouldn’t mind that.
Now it sounds like I didn’t have fun! But I definitely had fun. I loved seeing Kitty talk to animals, go on adventure, figure out why the dog did all the things (is he unhappy with his new home?? is something else wrong??), and see the case get wrapped up in a sweet and friendshippy way. The tree house, I would LOVE one like that as well with tons of fairy lights and space to just have a good nights sleep.
I definitely loved the little dog, OK, sure, at first I wasn’t sure what to think of him, but when we find out his reason? I just wanted to hold and hug him. Tell him it would be all right. That his owners still love him.
The art was just fabulous once again. I love that we get so many illustrations. From full pages to almost all of the page to little illustrations. And Jenny Lovlie has such a lovely (I am sure she heard that pun before) style.
All in all, I had fun. But I will be checking the next book for George and how much he is in it before I actually read it.