Needless to say, Kitty - the smartest woman in the world - would rather be pondering the subtleties of the universe than risking her perfectly-proportioned life against celebrity lycanthropes. But as the transformations increase in number, the desperation of the situation becomes clear: Unless somebody can stop the virus responsible for the genetic manipulation of the A-list, Hollywood will become a desolate wasteland of subhumanity. (Like, moreso.) And if Hollywood falls, can the rest of the world be far behind?
Can Kitty track down the terrorist mastermind behind the virus? Can she unravel how the mysterious Ministry of One Hit Wonders is involved? And, most importantly, can she keep the entire messy story out of the celebrity gossip magazines? (After all, do we really need an 'exclusive excerpt' from a George Clooney biography detailing the time he turned into a giant boar and gored Steven Spielberg? Or questions about whether the Alicia Silverstone Kind Diet™ is still suitable if she's recently transformed into a lion? Of course not. The magazines would be far better to keep their focus on celebrities' sex lives, where they belong. Right? Right.)
Lion attacks. Being shot at. Falling into snake pits. Plane crashes. Bear attacks. Falling off skyscrapers. Hot air balloon fights. Russell Crowe encounters. Drownings at sea. Being hunted into sewers. Kitty's in for a diet of non-stop action as she delves deeper and deeper into this mystery. (Luckily, while that kind of diet may not be the kind of supermodel diet that traditionally makes the back section of celebrity fashion magazines, it's almost certainly a whole lot less dangerous.)
In the end, Kitty will need all the tricks in her philosopher's toolkit if she's going to negotiate those dangers, rally a celebrity counterterrorism unit and stop the biological weapon that is the Lycanthropy Bomb.
But if anybody has a chance of succeeding, it's Kitty Wittgenstein.
It might just be that the world, and animal welfare in general, would be better off if she was to fail...
Plato, Kant and Aristotle may be more famous philosophers, with more timeless philosophical quotes, but have they ever head butted a gunman in the crotch or fought off a ninja Sherilyn Fenn?
Of course not.
They're good. But they're no Kitty Wittgenstein.
And this isn't yet another dose of werewolves vs vampires fiction. This is werewolves vs supermodel fiction. And there ain't nothing else like it.
It's Kitty Wittgenstein and the Academy Award-Winning Werewolves.