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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen for Readers' Favorite
The Last Butterscotch by Dan Absalonson is an exciting story that follows a young boy named Henry Jr. Henry Jr.'s mother breeds kittens. She told Henry Jr. that he could have any cat that doesn't sell. One day, Henry Jr. comes running in from the barn, saying that a new cat has appeared. There were only four, and then suddenly a fifth appeared out of the blue. All of the kittens are named Butterscotch. Only, the fifth kitten doesn't behave normally. When he was just born, he could open his eyes, and his purr doesn't sound normal, and there are weird things that happen around him. Henry Jr. adopts him. Why does that cat act strangely?
I really enjoyed reading The Last Butterscotch by Dan Absalonson. I was hooked by the first page and couldn't put the book down. The characters were all likeable and realistic. The book is really fun to read, because I kept wanting to know more about the cat, Butterscotch. I loved the plot twist near the end. I liked that the book had a happy ending. It is full of suspense and will leave the reader wanting to know more. I really enjoyed reading this tale, because it is filled with action and plot twists. The story is very well written and descriptive, fast-paced, with very exciting parts. I highly recommend The Last Butterscotch.