Love Nuraine Sadaf's review

Published on 4 December 2021 at 09:09

I loved Nuraine Sadaf’s review of My Name is Wilma. She is from Reedsy Discovery.
I loved Nuraine Sadaf’s review of My Name is Wilma. She is from Reedsy Discovery. At first, I was a bit nervous about paying for a 'real' review but I couldn't be happier with the result. Here it is, unabridged :)

Love it 😍 - review by Nuraine Sadaf

“My Name is Wilma is a quirky book that will take you on a journey of exploration of the world through the eyes of a cat. If you’re a cat lover, then cozy up and enjoy the ride.
Wilma’s story begins on the Dutch tulip fields where her life was rough and rugged. It was only after she meets her humans, Kirsten and Willem, does she realize how wonderfully sheltered a cat’s life can be.
The story is narrated from Wilma’s point of view. In Kirsten’s house, Wilma meets Sailor, Kapitein, Prince, and many other cats throughout the book. While Wilma has learned many lessons about surviving in the outside world, she relies on Kapitein to be her guide, mentor, and friend for wise pieces of advice. Kapitein helps Wilma get comfortable in her new home and also gives life lessons on how to deal with difficult situations.
While Sailor and Wilma are tolerant of each other, they never become extremely close and Wilma instead seeks adventures outside. Soon, they have to make a difficult journey from the Netherlands to New Zealand. This part of the story is invigorating and described in remarkable detail where we get to experience what cats go through during a long overseas flight.
The fear, uncertainty, confusion, and finally relief are something we go through together with Wilma while reading the book. The adventures continue one after the other until Wilma reaches her forever home. My Name is Wilma is a heartwarming, funny, and adorable story that you’ll certainly enjoy reading.”
On her profile on Reedsy Discovery you can read that Nuraine Sadaf is an avid reader and reads books from a variety of genres like high-fantasy, literary fiction, classics, memoirs, mysteries, or any book that has an intriguing cover and title will have her attention. She is a freelance writer and loves to contribute book reviews to the Reedsy Discovery community.
My Name is Wilma is available as a kindle ebook on Amazon.


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