I bought this book in Egland when I was on a trip. I'd picked it up just for the title, and the cute little black cat on the cover, but the synopsis seem so interesting that I bought it.
And here we end up, with me telling you that that was one of those times in which the "I'm going to buy it, I don't want to know any of the previous reviews" woked. I usually look up close every book I'm going to buy (They are not so cheap ya' know).
We follow the journey of a young man through death with the company of a little cat called Cabbage and the Devil.
The book is really short and easy-reading. Big reflexions and life changes surrounding an evil trap of the Devil fill up the pages. Movie references, cat cuteness, and Japanise culture, these are a few things that this book talks about, but also talks about love, grief, family, right and wrong,... so many things, that I don't know how to sum them up.
Made me cry, made me laugh and made me want to pet my cat even more than I usually do (that's all the time).