Cat's Foot

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Corby Books, Oct 3, 2013 - War stories - 120 pages
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What if a man who lost his foot in a war decides, many years later, to find it? "It was a good foot, and we parted so hurriedly I never had a chance to really think about it as a foot, so off I went " So begins this lean little novel a quest, a wandering, a contemplation of the immense foolishness of war. Terse but filled with adventure and wonder, Cat's Foot is surely the most unusual fiction you will read this year or perhaps any year

"Along Cat's implausible journey to find something impossible to find, you hear him say things you never heard before, told in ways that make you marvel. Cat's eyes have seen everything it seems. Forgotten nothing." Bill Gunlocke, Editor, a city reader

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User Review  - Clarry - Goodreads

A beautiful little novella. I love the books that ramble like songs and give you a million things to think about. Well written. I found several spelling mistakes, though! Must have been an early edition. Read full review

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User Review  - Joe - Goodreads

Beautifully written, alternately funny and poignant Read full review

About the author (2013)

Doyle is the editor of PORTLAND MAGAZINE, at the University of Portland in Oregon.

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