Lost Password

Book Review

Publisher's Note:

When a mysterious stranger claims to own Becca's beloved zorse, Zed, something seems suspicious. Besides, if this person is Zed's real owner, the Curious Cat Spy Club fears he might be responsible for abusing Zed in the past. Kelsey, Becca, and Leo are determined to uncover the truth before they have to give Zed away. But when a daring rescue attempt puts Kelsey in danger, does the CCSC have enough spy skills to save her or are they in over their heads?…

Overall Book Review:

The Curious Cat Spy Club is back with a new mystery to solve. And this time, it’s personal.

Kelsey, Becca, and Leo return in The Mystery of the Zorse’s Mask, the second book in The Curious Cat Spy Club Mystery Series.  Singleton does a marvelous job upping the stakes for our young detectives while maintaining the light tone set by the previous book.  The Mystery of the Zorse’s Mask is set about a week or so after the first book finishes, thus helping the characters remain familiar.  Singleton makes good use of the close time frame by including the reader in some wonderful moments that grow the characters but would not have been as effective with a more far-removed sequel.

The Mystery of the Zorse’s Mask is the perfect follow-up in this sequel that will have readers clamoring for more.

This book was sent to Compass Book Ratings for review by Albert Whitman & Co.

Content Analysis:

Profanity/Language:  None

Violence/Gore: Character stumbles and falls; many references to past animal abuse; character worries animal could die; girl wants to hit boy; person falls and hurts leg; character nearly falls out of tree; young character breaks into house; character nearly gets into bike accident; character scrapes his knee; secondhand report of animal biting; character thrown around in a trailer; character threatens animal.

Sex/Nudity:  None

Mature Subject Matter:

Friendship, animal cruelty, divorce, family dynamics, illness, illegal activity, deception.

Alcohol / Drug Use:


Overall Book Rating

Share This Post

About the Reviewer

I always say that I love to read and that books are my passion, but as I have grown a little older, I have come to realize that isn’t entirely true. I do love reading, but my true passion is stories. For as long as I can remember I have been completely enthralled with a good story, no matter the medium: books, theater, movies/TV shows–even a few video games (yes, I am a nerd).