Hello Kitty

Hello Kitty You are Cub Nico repeats If they really have a problem with it when your brother s older just beat your brother You can do it easily enough If you truly want your family s name and title take it h

  • Title: Hello Kitty
  • Author: R.J. Ross
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • You are Cub, Nico repeats If they really have a problem with it when your brother s older, just beat your brother You can do it easily enough If you truly want your family s name and title, take it, he says, turning to look me in the eyes Show them just how much you deserve it But I m female, I say Who cares he asks, going back to his shadow searching Yo You are Cub, Nico repeats If they really have a problem with it when your brother s older, just beat your brother You can do it easily enough If you truly want your family s name and title, take it, he says, turning to look me in the eyes Show them just how much you deserve it But I m female, I say Who cares he asks, going back to his shadow searching You worked hard for that title You were acceptable as an heir before your brother was born, right Well if you exceed as much as I know you will, you ll be acceptable even after it But none of this bowing down, none of this letting people take what you want or force what they want on you You re a super villain, you do what you want.

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      R.J. Ross Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Hello Kitty book, this is one of the most wanted R.J. Ross author readers around the world.

    199 thoughts on “Hello Kitty”

    1. It's a kitty perspective for the most part in this outing. Adanna is the daughter of a powerful famous supervillain and has similar potential as a panther shifter, except she's stuck with beginner ability blues. She is confused about her future, uncomfortable at Cape High, and adorable as a cub! If that's not enough, a particular lazy superhero student is annoying her at every opportunity so cute. Cape High is accumulating more super students but there is danger in the shadows as an evil charact [...]



    2. This series degenerates further, the message from this book is - IT'S OK TO BE A STALKER because obviously the cute little girl does not know what she wants. Here is a newsflash for the author - nobody has a right to touch you without your permission. This is not a 'crush' he is 14 years old and should know that no means no. What kind of lesson is the author giving to our daughters (and sons)?The author has obviously got a hatred of women, he probably believes women should not be allowed to driv [...]


    3. This installment picks up right where the last leaves off, but focuses on a different main character. Adanna really annoyed me, she was so hung up on the lines between hero and villain that she couldn't relax and it hampered the story somewhat. We finally got a name for one of the villains, and that villain story line progressed superbly! I think it will be interesting to see what happens in the next books! There was even a secondary villain story line introduced and I enjoyed it as well, especi [...]


    4. Don't get me wrong. I like the books. The Characters are great and I even like the story line somehow. But everything is too cute. Obviously every time you like someone, they'll like you back. The villains aren't really villains and murder is O.K. as long as the guy killed is bad. I think the distincion between villain and hero should be clearer. You can respect you enemy but actually caring for him or even liking him is just to far fetched and isn't believable.


    5. Hello Kitty is written partially from the perspective of a wannabe super villain teen who shape shifts into a panther cub. Most of her time is spent staving off the advances of Sunny. The outcome of that is kind of obvious. This story had a decent climax, at least.Grammar and repetitiveness detract from what could be an entertaining story. Cape High #3 leaves more questions than answers.


    6. I always enjoy reading Hello Kitty. Adanna is so externally calm, but struggling to figure out where she fits in life, as mirrored by her struggles with her shapeshifting. Sunny is so obviously smitten, and she is so obviously oblivious. For all of that she is a strong and skilled young cape who is clearly extremely compassionate, she just needs to grow into her own skin.


    7. Probably my favourite book. She's the daughter of THE panther, supervillain extraordinare. What else can she be but a supervillain? That's the first glance. Second, reveals stupid family traditions, a second much more loved job of her father and a certain boy that will not leave her alone. And really, it's awesome to transform into a panther. A cub? Not so much.





    8. Very interesting main character, and definitely got the concept of a person who shapeshifts into a cat right. I was very amused by it and I am glad we saw more of the villains here.


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