Number of pages: 310
Number of times read (including the time before this review): 1
Rating (out of five stars): 2
The problem with White Cat is that I don’t really have any strong feelings about it. I’m not angry, disappointed or happy with it. The word (if you can even call it that) that I would use to describe it is “meh”.
One of the few things that I did have an opinion on in White Cat is the characters. I just couldn’t bring myself to like any of them and I certainly couldn’t relate to them. I guess in the setting and situation the characters are in, it’s understandable that I didn’t like anybody, but it’s hard to say that you liked a book when you didn’t even like the person whose head you’re in.
The one thing that I personally found interesting about White Cat was the book was told from a male point of view. That seems like a really weird thing to say, but most of the books that I read just happen to be told from a female point of view.
Overall, I didn’t hate White Cat, but I didn’t like it either. For that reason, I give White Cat 2 stars.