Cats. Jessica's never liked them. Especially not a skinny, ugly kitten that looks like a worm. Worm. Jessica wishes she'd never brought Worm home with her, because now he's making her do terrible things. She's sure she isn't imagining the evil voice coming from the cat, telling her to play mean tricks on people. But how can she explain what's happening? Witches. Jessica has read enough books to know that Worm must be a witch's cat. He's cast a spell on her, but whom can she turn to? After all, no one will believe that Worm has bewitched her...or worse!
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"Jessica discovers a kitten and takes it home. She calls it Worm. As bad things begin to happen, Jessica grows suspicious. When the cat begins to speak, she's horrified and enthralled. She's read enough about witchcraft to know that Worm is really a witch's cat. Alyssa Bresnahan's narration goes well beyond the usual fine work you expect from a Recorded Books presentation. She changes voices expertly, using her voice to draw horror and suspense from this novel. One of the most accomplished readings I've heard in a long time. P.B.J. Winner of AUDIOFILE Earphones Award (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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