Book Review: Cauliflowers Through The Catflap

Note: Although this book was gifted to me for review, everything I write is my true and honest opinion, as always.

Cauliflowers Through The Catflap by Cassandra Campbell-Kemp is a memoir focused on the writer’s life through lockdown. The author describes, in great detail, how she – and her cat, Felix – got through the first UK lockdown following the Covid-19 outbreak. She even writes about how she dreamt there would be some sort of global crisis, so pre-prepared for it well before the rest of us were able to.

The piece, as a whole, is an easy and interesting story to read. It surprised me, and also made me chuckle, at how much Cassandra Campbell-Bell and I had in common, despite our almost 40 year age difference, and inspired me to write my own piece of how a germaphobe like me survived/is surviving through a pandemic.

This book is a great read now, but I believe it will be even more popular in a few years time, once this Corona season is a part of history (hopefully 🤞), and not something we are still living through.

Overall, I’d give this book 3.5 stars out of 5.

If you give this book a read, be sure to let me know what you think of it!

With Love, Abi X

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