Colt Harper: Esteemed Vampire Cat was at once both completely absurd and a very nice read. It was just as weird as the title would make you expect, although the Esteemed part is mostly only through Colt’s own eyes.
Colt is sent to do community theatre with some other misbehaving monsters for killing humans, again. If they are not successfully putting on a play at the end of it, they will be taken to ‘The Valley’. It’s were the bad monsters go (and for some reason have to keep running, for ever). All the while, Colt and his friends are being hunted and Colt’s ‘borrowed’ body starts acting up. But maybe, he’s not as alone as he always feared.
Do not expect too much of a plot or a lot of world building, but if you’re looking for some laughs, and like the absurd, this is your thing. Tyrolin Puxty’s other series (Broken Dolls) makes an appearance, so keep an eye out for that.
Thanks to the publisher for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!