Sunday, April 01, 2012

Catwalk by Deborah Gregory

Pashima Purrstein is determined to win this year's Catwalk competition at Fashion International High School with the help of her team, the House of Pashima. She's ready to face any drama or challenges that come her way as House Leader to make sure her feline fatale fashion show wins. But it turns out to be more than she expected. Can Pashima handle all this trouble and accomplish her dream of opening her own clothing line, Purr Unlimited, or will her dreams come crashing down around her? Where Pashima and her house concerned, there's only one option, to win.
    This book was pretty good. The characters are super easy to relate to, given a many of the character's situations. The plot was always changing, and pretty realistic because, although unlikely, almost all the situations Pashima gets into could actually happen. The only problems I found with this book were some of the slang, although there is a glossary of the slang in the back, and the amount of teen drama. I mean, sometimes the drama got so thick I just put the book down and didn't go back to it for a few days. Overall I'd recommend this book to anyone who loves cats, fashion, and LOTS of drama.

Reviewer Age:12
Reviewer City, State and Country: Rockwell City, IA USA