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Vincent and the Cat

Publisher: Napuke
Year of Publication: 2023
Book type: Novel
Age: Adult
Genre: Historical Fantasy
Sub Genre: Cosy/Cozy · Cozy Fantasy · Gaslamp · LGBT · Mystery · Psychological · Romantic Fantasy · Steampunk · Victorian
Language: English
Key Phrases: Absurdism · Adoption · Christmas · Cinnamonroll · Dark humour · depression · found family · Holidays · LGBTQ · Mental-health · Neurodivergent author · Nordic · Puns · Representation · single dad · Victorian era · wholesome · Whump
Spice Level:

The spice rating is in regards to the type of sexual content within the book. Below is a helpful guide (courtesy of Georgia C Leigh)

1= YA romantic, making out, MAYBE a closed door.
2= some on page foreplay and nudity but mostly fade to black.
3= open door, on page vanilla sex.
4= on page sex – hot or with kink.
5= erotica.

“A book I was looking forward to, and didn’t disappoint. Can’t wait for its sequel!”
– Mariva
Sometimes the cat is the sanest, most trustworthy buddy to have a conversation with.

All of Vincent’s issues seem to get worse in the winter, so what the hell is he still doing on the isolated arctic island of Whitskersey in October when the ferries have stopped running? Will he even survive another polar night with the voices and the feverish paranoia?


But what if he hasn’t lost his mind, and someone really is out to get him! Is it the sneaky young editor that arrived earlier in the year or someone he already knows and trusts? With everyone a suspect, only the cat seems trustworthy, but can he really save Vincent by peeing on Vincent’s biscuits?


Come along on this Nordic-infused gaslamp fantasy adventure to the cat-shaped continent of Furuyan to find out what the chronically sleep-deprived Vincent needs to do to be able to sleep at night.

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