Catwoman: Soulstealer

Catwoman: Soulstealer

When the Bat's away, the Cat will play. It's time to see how many lives this cat really has. . . .Two years after escaping Gotham City's slums, Selina Kyle returns as the mysterious and wealthy Holly Vanderhees. She quickly discovers that with Batman off on a vital mission, Batwing is left to hold back the tide of notorious criminals. Gotham City is ripe for the taking.Mea...

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Title:Catwoman: Soulstealer
Author:Sarah J. Maas
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Catwoman: Soulstealer Reviews

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    Update: Here's all 3 books I just had to get and I got some goodies for pre-ordering =) The picture is a little blurry. I don't know what I was doing!

    Listened to my audio edition this morning. The special editions will be coming later. I will add pics when I feel like getting on the computer again. With these wonderful cancer treatments over the past few months, I haven't been on the computer. And I only really care about sharing pretty pictures any more. Not wasting time on a lot of things tha

    Update: Here's all 3 books I just had to get and I got some goodies for pre-ordering =) The picture is a little blurry. I don't know what I was doing!

    Listened to my audio edition this morning. The special editions will be coming later. I will add pics when I feel like getting on the computer again. With these wonderful cancer treatments over the past few months, I haven't been on the computer. And I only really care about sharing pretty pictures any more. Not wasting time on a lot of things that really don't matter. Cancer changed everything and woke me up

    Mel ❤️

    Thank you to those that are still around.

  • Khurram

    SJM writing Catwoman what could be more awesome? Was expecting this book to be great and it was better than anything I could have though it would be. This incarnation of Selina Kyle is brilliant. I just have one complaint/request can SJM please write a Batman book!!!! Please!!! All the elements I love of the Batman character including his will, intelligence, toughness, use of identities, tactics and all round [email protected]$$ery are present in Catwoman. Every chapter I read in this book I could not wait t

    SJM writing Catwoman what could be more awesome? Was expecting this book to be great and it was better than anything I could have though it would be. This incarnation of Selina Kyle is brilliant. I just have one complaint/request can SJM please write a Batman book!!!! Please!!! All the elements I love of the Batman character including his will, intelligence, toughness, use of identities, tactics and all round [email protected]$$ery are present in Catwoman. Every chapter I read in this book I could not wait to see what happen next and the last 60 pages I just could not put the book down.

    Street fighter Selina Kyle was force to leave what little she had left in Gotham City. Now she is back older wiser, deadlier and with a purpose. Nothing in this book is there just to fill space, everything links together. I also like the way the relationships between the characters developed. The book is fast paced but definitely not rushed. I also like the conflict in Selina, though she did had not love for the richer citizens of Gotham, some earned her respect with the genuine good they had done, making her think about what she was doing.

    SJM not only did a great job on Catwoman/Selina/Holly but used other classic Gotham villains and side characters perfectly. She also used the new member of the Bat-family brilliantly. I think having Catwoman running circles around the new kid of the Bat family was a great idea, as we Batman fans know this would never happen to the man himself. Who is on a private mission during this book that we are not told about really. The perfect setup for another book right? Hint hint.

    This is a great book. This is definitely the best of the DC Icons books so far, and I cannot think of a better incarnation of Catwoman. I would give this 10 stars if I could. After she finishes the Throne of Glass series can someone please get SJM to write Batman.

  • Emily May

    This book has journeyed with me across two continents and five different countries while I've been travelling the last few weeks. I don't normally read books this slowly, but it was a strangely positive experience. I enjoyed slipping in and out of Selina's plotting and thieving, and I eventually found myself trying (and failing) not to cry on a train to Prague.

    Yes. Catwoman +

    does not exactly sound like a recipe for tears, but this b

    This book has journeyed with me across two continents and five different countries while I've been travelling the last few weeks. I don't normally read books this slowly, but it was a strangely positive experience. I enjoyed slipping in and out of Selina's plotting and thieving, and I eventually found myself trying (and failing) not to cry on a train to Prague.

    Yes. Catwoman +

    does not exactly sound like a recipe for tears, but this book got me good.

    I do have to issue a couple of warnings - 1) I'm not a typical Maas fan. I have something of a love/hate relationship with her books, but I often complain about them. 2) I

    some people will hate what Maas has done with Selina Kyle here. Catwoman is traditionally a much stronger, sassier character than Maas's Selina, who is frequently weak and is driven by her love for others.

    But I actually really enjoyed it. I like how tough Selina is, but how human she is too. I thought this version of the character was extremely refreshing. I think there is room for the exciting villainous Selinas of the past and for this more sensitive, emotionally-complex version. Honestly, it seemed like a strength to me.

    In this book, we begin with a younger Selina trying everything to pay her sister's hospital bills for her cystic fibrosis and keep the social services from finding out about their missing mother. When things don't exactly go to plan, Selina cuts a deal to protect her sister-- and completely changes her own life in the process, taking her away to Europe. A couple of years later and Selina is back with multiple secret identities and assassins on her tail.

    She teams up with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy (who is the shining star of the novel) and causes chaos. But why? What happened in the years in between and why is Selina back? I, for one, really enjoyed finding out.

    Unfortunately, we also have the obligatory romance and it's a shame that Luke (AKA "Batwing") never really becomes as fully fleshed-out as the other characters. I'm glad for a non-white love interest who is also dealing with PTSD, but it's dampened by the sense that he's just there because Selina needs some dude to fall for her. That is literally his only role in this book.

    There's girls being badass together, heists and bloody fights, and the looming threat/promise of the Joker, but it wasn't until near the end that this book became more than fun and thrills and actually punched me in the feelings. Hell, call me hormonal, but the novel's climax pretty much destroyed me.

    What can I say? It worked for me. Probably not one for hardcore Gotham fans, but dabblers and newbies might enjoy it. I don't think you need to be familiar with the Batman universe to enjoy or understand the story.

    CW: PTSD; abuse (off-page); drug use.

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  • Hamad

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found

    🌟 Sarah J. Maas books are always controversial, you will find extreme love and hate for all her books. And although I know that her writing is not perfect, but people have been judging and hat

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found

    🌟 Sarah J. Maas books are always controversial, you will find extreme love and hate for all her books. And although I know that her writing is not perfect, but people have been judging and hating her without actually reading the book which is sad. I will try to answer all questions and explain my feelings here. This is a spoiler free review!

    🌟 I want to start with the cover, I personally like it and it almost matches the other covers so that is good.

    🌟 To give you a quick idea about this book in this series, then Wonderwoman was my favorite, this is second and Batman is the least favorite one. I believe Superman will be good and I hope so. Speaking of those authors, they are all big names in the industry and they all were below their average in this series.

    🌟 If you have read SJM other books then you know that she has a good writing style but there are sometimes many repetitions and it sometimes gets on my nerves, but what I like about Sarah is that she listens to the readers. There were expectations of hot steamy scenes, a thousand Purrs and holding breaths. The good thing is that the romance in this one was not so steamy, there are only 14 Purrs and some of them are actually and literally from cats so that is good. And I didn’t find repetitions, the writing flowed easily.

    🌟 The characters: Now this may be the most controversial thing here. Selina was cool and I like that Catwoman was kind of a morally gray character. She was not all good or all devil which reminds me of both the side characters Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn which were both shown in a new light and I understood their backstories and sympathized with them. SJM kept them as LGBT characters, for those who hate Sarah for not including this type of characters, well she finally did. And notice that I said she kept them and not made them because she was following the comics. She didn’t add LGBT characters for the sake of selling books or being relevant which many authors do and are praised for.

    🌟 She made Batwing brown, is she trying so hard?

    🌟She isn’t trying, she is following the comics, sue and hate DC for creating a “Rich Brown” character and not Sarah. Her description was near to the original character including the suit. I even liked that she mentioned him doing boxing and in the marine and daily working out which explains his physique, rather than her usual perfect-male-body-characters for no reason.

    🌟 There was mental illness rep including PTSD which I don’t think was quite well done -as I mentioned this is not prefect after all- and it didn’t resolve in a good way too. I don’t even think it was a necessary addition to the story.

    🌟 But there was also mention of Cystic Fibrosis (CF) which was good, I saw some cases as someone in the medical field and it was good enough for this book. But there were futuristic features in the book and many scientific advancements but no cure for CF. Probably this book was written before 2018 were a new drug was approved by the FDA and it treats the underlying cause, not only the symptoms. It is for only 4% of the patients now but she kept writing that it was incurable an that is not 100% accurate.

    🌟 The story did not blow my mind but it was far more entertaining than Batman (And I am a Marie Lu stan) which was very boring and did not even have Batman as we know him!!

    🌟 So as you can see -I salute you if you have read the whole thing- this is not a perfect book but it is also not the worst. I liked many parts of the stories and that Sarah is trying to improve her writing.

  • Therese

    sELINA SWEETIE I AM SO SORRY

    I HATE THIS

    Okay.

    Let me explain.

    I

    Selina Kyle. Like, I'm basically in love with her. She's literally my role model- rich, smart, strong, a woman who built herself up from nothing. Who doesn't want to be her? She's essentially my favorite character in DC comics, and one of my all-time favorites ever. I've read countless comics of hers, and have watched every one of her appearances on television. I've even watched game-plays with her in them. I am dedicated.

    So

    sELINA SWEETIE I AM SO SORRY

    I HATE THIS

    Okay.

    Let me explain.

    I

    Selina Kyle. Like, I'm basically in love with her. She's literally my role model- rich, smart, strong, a woman who built herself up from nothing. Who doesn't want to be her? She's essentially my favorite character in DC comics, and one of my all-time favorites ever. I've read countless comics of hers, and have watched every one of her appearances on television. I've even watched game-plays with her in them. I am dedicated.

    So even though this book is written by Sarah J. Maas, an author whom I just dislike on principle, I had to pick it up. I just had to. I thought to myself, you know, maybe you'll be happily surprised. Maybe it won't be so bad.

    Yeah..... I was wrong.

    This book reads as though SJM skimmed Selina's wikipedia page and was like, "all right. Let's write this thing!" Seriously. I'm so offended that Selina's name is attached to this novel, I want to scream. She's so OOC it's unbearable. I had to have alcohol on hand just to finish this book. I'm not kidding.

    So, I'll break this down.

    My beautiful mother. She deserves so much better.... sigh....

    As I said above, Selina CAME. FROM. NOTHING. She rose up

    . She did everything all on her own. Selina was forced into prostitution when she was young and left orphaned, making a name for herself by learning how to fight and steal.

    This totally takes away from who Selina is; it leaves me seething. Selina learned everything herself! She's a loner, that's her thing. SJM does not understand Selina. At all.

    Selina does have a sister in comics, but they're estranged. This book really plays Maggie up, as she is Selina's entire driving force. Selina does everything for Maggie, which completely destroys her whole independent loner thing that she's had going on in the comics since, oh, forever. Selina wouldn't even steal in the beginning of the novel because she "didn't want to risk jail" like,,, did SJM just make up her own OC or

    Selina isn't even called Catwoman because she's a cat burglar in this!!! It's because some people were mean to her and called her 'kitty' or 'kitten' and she decided to reclaim the name sjknsdjkfn stopppppppp

    To add insult to injury, Selina uses an alias when she comes to Gotham City for the second time. Okay, that's reasonable. However, the alias she uses is Holly Vanderhees. And she dyes her hair blonde.

    Holly.... blonde hair....hmmmm, who does that remind me of?

    Oh yeah.

    . Basically Catwoman II, temporarily.

    I see what SJM did, and I hate it.

    Guess what? Holly is a canon

    . And she's completely erased from this universe just so Selina can have a clever alias to use. I'm not impressed. Far from it. Holly is always being done so dirty and I am so, so, so sick and tired of it. This isn't funny.

    Oh, and guess what else is erased? Selina's bisexuality. SJM can pretend that she cares about LGBT representation all she wants, but her actions show otherwise. So she added in two married men who had maybe a page of 'screen-time'. Wow.

    (Yes, Ivy and Harley are not straight in this, but their rep is so bad it's almost laughable. Hold on; I'm getting there).

    Back to Selina's character.

    She has this helmet that is way too Iron-Man-esque for my liking that just tells her everything she needs to know. I've no idea why this is even included. Furthermore, she's so perfect it's annoying. I love Selina because she is imperfect. Not in this book, though. She's the best at everything and basically unbeatable. Perfect characters are boring, and Selina isn't some Mary-Sue. She has so much depth that SJM just completely failed to grasp and it makes me very upset.

    The best villain ever. My Queen. Why did they do this to you? Why??

    I don't know who's characterization is worse; Selina's or Ivy's. Seriously. Ivy is

    .

    I'll try to explain this sans-spoilers.

    At one point, both Ivy and Selina want to steal a painting. They bicker about it, and Selina ends up grabbing the painting. Which, like....come on. I love Selina more than Ivy (though not by too much, as Ivy is another one of my all-time favorites) but Ivy could beat Selina in a fight so easily.

    She's tied up Selina before, and she sure as hell will do it again. She can even control people!!!

    That isn't even my biggest gripe with the scene.

    So Selina and Ivy nearly get caught, and they both make a run for it. They're running, and they see the superhero Batwing. What does Ivy do upon noticing him? She runs off.

    AS IF IVY WOULD RUN OFF ? SHE COULD FCK HIM UP SO EASILY!!

    Later on Ivy

    Selina to team-up with her. What the hell???? Ivy really does not need Selina, and would never ever ever ever ever beg someone to work with her. Ever.

    Selina, during this conversation, ends up mentioning the Joker. She talks about potentially releasing him from Arkham, and Ivy's hands literally start trembling, an indication that she's scared of the Joker.

    Poison Ivy? Scared of the Joker's pasty ass? Please! She wants to beat him to a pulp so badly, she's up there with Jason Todd!!!! If she saw him she'd ruin him!

    Furthermore, Ivy isn't some save-the-world environmentalist like she's made out to be here! She loves plants and she'd die for them, yes. However, she would (and has) also kill a man for them. She thinks they're better than people. She doesn't want to save the world so that people can live in peace or whatever. She has zero (0) qualms about killing. Meanwhile, on page 170 Ivy was like "Harley!! Don't kill people!!" and I wanted to scream.

    Ivy is so meek in this novel. She's entirely weakened. It's maddening.

    In comics, they're one of my main OTPs. Harley is basically the only human that Ivy cares about and vice-versa. They're adorable and I'd give my life for them. I'm so glad that they're canon, it makes my heart so happy.

    In this book, though.... yikes.

    Yes, both Ivy and Harley are LGBT. However, the rep is extremely poor. Ivy is in love with Harley, who doesn't realize this and simply just wants to hook-up. Harley is caught up on the Joker and Ivy refuses to talk about it. Ivy is constantly seen giving Harley sad glances and Selina "pities her". This is the extent of their 'relationship' in this novel. No cute moments, no

    WLW romance. Just Ivy pining and Harley brushing her off. It infuriates me so much that I can barely talk about it.

    Let's move on before I lose my mind.

    Okay, so Selina gets arrested, Talia randomly shows up and recruits her to the league. It's really never explained how or why Talia decides to recruit Selina. I don't get it; like, number one, the League doesn't belong to Talia anyway. Her father, Ra's al Ghul, is the leader. Even if she was, why on earth would she be recruiting some random 17 year old girl from the street???? It makes no sense and frankly, it's dumb.

    Talia has only trained two people: Jason Todd and Damian Wayne. She trains Jason as a sort of peace-offering to Bruce, AKA for her own personal gain. She trains Damian because he is her son, and honestly even his training serves a purpose for her. That's all. Talia would train Selina over her dead body. They despise each other in comics, and so I don't see why Talia was even used for this story. Selina was

    apart of the League and doesn't need to be! Like I've stressed, she did everything ON HER OWN. Putting both Talia and the League in the story hinders her development and just makes Selina a shallow character. It's awful.

    I literally started laughing in the doctor's waiting room when I read that Talia recruited Selina at the police station. That's how ridiculous the arc is.

    I have absolutely nothing against Luke Fox. He's a decent character, even in this. However, who came up with the idea to pair him and Selina up? I just want to talk...

    Not only am I a huge Batman/Catwoman shipper, but they are like one of the most popular comic ships ever. I don't understand why they weren't a thing in this. I just don't. Luke and Selina felt so fake. I absolutely hated it. The romance also did not further the plot in any way, and really only served to sexualize Selina.

    Also, Luke has PTSD in this book. He can't handle fireworks going off (completely understandable) but decides to put on a suit and fight criminals in the night??????? So unrealistic I could die. Like...what..........

    SJM also uses Luke's POV to discuss the issues he faces as a black man and how black people are targeted by the police. I completely agree, and think that this narrative needs to be spoken about as much as possible. However,

    . She is white. As I am. Neither her nor I have any right to write about police brutality as if we know what it's like, as if we've experienced it. No right at all.

    Take a shot every time SJM uses a "-". Or maybe don't, as you'd probably die from alcohol poisoning.

    The writing in this book is mediocre, bordering on bad. Everything is so convenient for Selina, too. For example, on page 144 Selina is getting attacked

    and,

    These swords were never mentioned before but suddenly Selina has them and is able to use them in order to win the fight......okay..........

    Sorry, but I don't see why SJM is such a popular author. Maybe her other books are more well written than this, I'm not sure. Judging by this book, though, I do not get the hype. I probably never will.

    I also had to read the line "Selina purred" as well as the head of Selina's og girl-gang (AS IF SHE WOULD EVER BE IN A GANG) being referred to as the 'alpha' and it made me want to die.

    TL;DR: Don't waste your money. Read a comic instead. I recommend

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  • Sol ~ TheBookishKing

    Buddy Read with my Fave:

    Dora:

    Me:

    Dora:

    Me:

    Dora:

    This is easily the biggest piece of trash I've ever read. Who let this book be published. WHO?! Who thought "Oh yeah this book is top notch DC, top-notch storytelling, top-notch EVERYthing." If the cover alone isn't a Capital Offense then SURELY the insides of this book is an Offense.

    As a majority of everyone

    Buddy Read with my Fave:

    Dora:

    Me:

    Dora:

    Me:

    Dora:

    This is easily the biggest piece of trash I've ever read. Who let this book be published. WHO?! Who thought "Oh yeah this book is top notch DC, top-notch storytelling, top-notch EVERYthing." If the cover alone isn't a Capital Offense then SURELY the insides of this book is an Offense.

    As a majority of everyone knows I am one of the Largest SJM Stan out there. So obviously this book was High on my Anticipated Reads of 2018. And of course, everyone knows that she has some issues with her writing. NOW I don't necessarily understand all the hate (okay I do I do, I just stan her work hard okay.) But right off the bat this book just sucks.

    We have two main characters in this book, Selina Kyle (who I just kept pronouncing as Celaena and Selina is just everything Celaena tries to be) and Luke Fox. Now, of course, Selina is white and blond and tan and waxed (she said her legs were waxed at least twice I promise) and a perfect assassin. But Luke is a black male Main Character! From SJM! I was baffled! And also CRAZY EXCITED ! ... and then the excitement lasted about 5 pages because SJM tries to act like she knows what it's like to be black and oppressed in Gotham City at least 10 times. But Luke and his family are RICH so honestly they hang out with rich people and never in the East Side where all the cops are down at. Like okay SJM I get it, you're trying to be strong and talk about oppression but You're Doing It Completely Wrong. AND THEN Selina tries to talk about what it's like to be Black and Oppressed, but it can't be that bad cause he's rich. YIKES.

    So here I am texting Amber and yelling at her violently because I'm High Key ANNOYED with SJM and I'm not even 100 pages into the book. But okay LET me split Selina and Lukes stories up.

    Selina in the first two chapters is younger than she is in the rest of the book. It's her prologue, her story about how she's in a gang to learn to protect her sister who has a severe chronic illness. And she has to protect her sister because her mom is abusive and always on alcohol/drugs. But okay something bad happens and Selina goes to the Leopard Training something Zoo to learn to be an assassin and her sister goes to a foster home since their mother is incompetent to take care of her. And then once Selina is back in Gotham SHE NEVER TALKS ABOUT HER SISTER. EVER. This girl who she protected for years and went away to protect her is NEVER TALKED ABOUT. Please, how does this make sense? It doesn't but anyways! Selina is crazy bland, boring, and her sexuality is NOT talked at all and I know how a lot of y'all were expecting it. Selina is crazy boring I can't begin to explain to it to you.

    Luke is a character that I would have really liked if it wasn't for the fact that he was terribly bland as well. And I know a lot of Xxtra Die Hard SJM Fans are going to praise her so hard for having a POC Main Character. But like okay SJM is just reaching for Diversity at this point and I need to talk about Luke not SJM. I also want to say that when you have a POC character their whole existence shouldn’t be about oppression. Okay so, Luke is Batman's sidekick, the knock-off version whose name is Batwing. He's rich, he's spoiled, and he’s a Marine. He also has War Veteran PTSD, in which Amber had to explain to me because I only thought he got in a car crash and not was in a war?! The book seriously talked about it for 2 sentences. That’s all Luke is.

    Aha so yeah I love both of her series, I really do. Do I recommend them to people?Yeah I do even though I probably shouldn’t. They have so many issues and just I do always issue caution when reading because some things are problematic. But in this book I thought, aha no way can SJM ruin a book about superheroes and Feminism and action. Yeah aha aha aHA she did though, she actually butchered it so bad. She like tries to be SO HIP and cool with the TIMES and being diverse. No just stop. I would rather read a book with an all white cast because that’s what she knows how to write instead of a book where she tries to be cool with DIVERSE and butcher it and make me uncomfortable. SO BEFORE I had said that Sarah should stop writing books. That was really wrong and rude to say tbh no one should every stop doing what they love. That wasn't cool and I apologize BUT after this book and after Kingdom of Ash I think I’m just going to cancel SJM because I just can’t anymore.

    Issue One: Selina and Luke both have PTSD. Luke has War Veteran PTSD and Selina has Abusive PTSD. And of course knowing SJM, the romance is going to be between these two characters. But what is SO wrong about this whole Romance is that the PTSD is used as a plot point to move the ROMANCE further instead of focusing on healing like she normally does. WHICH was a shocker for me because ACOMAF and TOD were both about healing through illness and not using it as a plot point for romance. So I was so mad and this is so harmful and insensitive!? LIKE HOW could you even do this?!

    Issue Two: The storyline. Was there a storline?! NOT FOR THE FIRST 200 pages at least. It’s just robbing banks and Selina thinking she’s cool as she tries to live a double life?! But then Luke is all like wow gotta help these Poor Kids OH WAIT Catwoman is stealing again I need to save the day. But Luke actually sucks at being a superhero and Catwoman just laughs at him and then Luke is all like “wow am I ATTRACTED to Catwoman this evil woman?” Please kill me. Essentially Sarah tries to jam a whole intricate plot into about 20 pages and I think the ending is supposed to be a shocker but it reality I laughed the whole time.

    Issue Three: How in the heck are you going to advertise Poison Ivy and my Queen Harley Quinn and then not put them in the book until about HALFWAY THROUGH ?! Also how are you going to include Suicide Squad Harley and Not Original Harley. NOT ONCE did she call Joker Puddin. Not once. OVER this fact alone I could one star this book. Poison Ivy I loved, don’t get me wrong, she is the main LGBT character in this book (yes there is LGBT rep and it’s actually good!) and it wasn’t a poor me story like ACOWAR. And Harley I loved because it’s freaking Harley Quinn how can I not love her?? I’m just triggered at the fact that they weren’t really necessary to the story (until the last 20 pages.)

    Issue Four: The writing. Now Sarah does write good, really well, I love the way she weaves words. BUT in the beginning of the book I was getting to mad because EVERY chance she got she talked about how WHITE Selina was. “Selina moved her white wrist.” “Selina moved her waxed tan leg.” “Selina’s white finger knuckle was white.” LIKE YES I GET SHE’S WHITE PLEASE WRITE ABOUT WHAT SHE’S DOING. And then when it got to Luke she was like “he is black.” AND that’s all I know about him besides he has brown eyes and is ripped. But with Selina Sarah talks about about her white waxed body that’s lithe and lethal and beautiful and amazing dyed blonde hair. I just was so mad about this, I can’t begin to explain to you.

    AND OKAY HERE IS AN ACTUAL QUOTE FROM THE BOOK THAT I LAUGHED AT. Poison Ivy says this at the end after everything happened with the story:

    “Ivy blew out a breath and whistled. ‘Well, that’s certainly one hell of a story.”

    LIKE SARAH IS SAYING HER BOOK IS SO GOOD?! WHAT. WHat. WHAHahldkfasdlk;f jal;ksdfj l;askjfI. I am so done.

    I’ve had enough of this book. I don’t even want to think about it anymore. The story sucked, the characters sucked, even the one thing I liked I’m not even going to mention because it’s not relevant. If you want to read this, GOOD LUCK. Because this is by far an injustice to the DC Universe.

    Catwoman. You deserved better my dear.

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    Sidekicks :

    P O I S O N I V Y & H A R L E Y Q U I N N

    I'm so beyond excited for this.

    I just really pray there's no smut. Please, just no smut.

  • Sarah

    4 popular YA writers each writing a Superhero novel??? HELL YES, TAKE MY MONEY!!!!!!!

    Publishing in 2017:

    Wonder Woman by Leigh Bardugo

    Batman by Marie Lu

    Superman by Matt de la Pena

    Catwoman by Sarah J Maas

  • Cait • A Page with a View

    How many times do you guys bet Maas is going to have Catwoman purr her dialogue...

    EDIT: I say this affectionately btw! It's possible to laugh at something you love.

  • brekkersbutt

    *high pitched voice* graphic design is my passion

    ____

    Maas better remember that Selina Kyle is canonically bisexual. She better not hyper-sexualize her. She better not let Catwoman fucking

    her dialogue.

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