Greetings my lovelies!
It’s a Monday so it’s time for another book review. I rate each book/series on a coffee cup rating. 0 cups means I couldn’t finish and 5 cups means that I absolutely loved it.
DISCLAIMER: No one pays me for my reviews…sigh…I wish they would. Not really. These reviews are my personal opinion and just for fun.
Rating: 4 cups
I didn’t know about this book until they started to advertise the movie. Then I saw it at the book fair. To clarify, my day job is a teacher. They have a small section just for the teachers. Any who, I got this book, mainly out of curiosity and instantly fell in love.
This book follows the life of the main poochie as he goes through the various incarnations of his life. He remembers each life and ponders what lesson he has to learn from reach of them and why. I really don’t want to say much more because I do not want to spoil anything for anyone.
I love this book. The writing style was easy to follow and I was sucked in before I even realized it. The hardest parts of this book was the multiple doggy deaths. I know they were crucial but it was like Marley and Me on crack. My poor emotions were all torn asunder by the end. My poor puppies were so confused as to why I was clutching them tightly while crying. All in all, it’s a great book about love and loyalty and what our purpose is in life. It further illustrates that dogs are too good for us and we are so very lucky to have them in our lives.
I don’t think this is one that I will ever read again. It’s not that it’s a bad book, it’s just that some books are only meant for a single read. I might read it again if I’m ever in the need for a good cry.