One of the best stories ever! Heartwarming. Uplifting. I recommend it to all my friends & everyone else too.
yes I have already. I just loved the story and the dog
Tuesday- I have a golden retriever also. altho he is not trained like Tuesday I could see some similar traits that he does by his inate nature.
I have not heard any of LC Montalvan;s other narrations if there are any
the dog that was more than possible
I just loved this book. I laughed, I cried, and I was astounded at what I learned about the Iraq war. I can;t recommend this more highly. expecially if you are a dog lover.
This book was inspiring and a real tear jerker at the same time. If you do anything help contribute to the cause of service dogs for the disabled
yes. I would enjoy re-hearing how Tuesday became such an important element in Luis's life.
Luis raises a lot of complex issues with layers of realizations that is one of the reasons I wanted to own the audio.
I enjoyed hearing about Tuesday’s life before he and Luis were 'matched' and the obstacles both overcame to develop their bond.
The character of his voice perfectly matched the story.
Montalvan's story gave me a new insight into disabled war veterans' struggles with PTSD and how service dogs can help them to cope and adapt. The story jumped around (not in chronological sequence) but it was a worthwhile book to listen to or read. Even though the country's war with Irag is over, the soldier's "personal war" and recovery goes on for a long time. We cannot thank our service men and women enough. It is a good thing that someone like Montalvan is willing to share his personal story and be a national spokesman for veterans,disabled people, and service dogs.
I enjoyed the story of Tuesday, Luis and they're wonderful relationship. I was entertained by the story of Tuesday, saddened by the state of one of our brave veterans and overjoyed at the bond between man and dog.
The only small negative was with the narration. Mr. Montalvan was not the best narrator. I understand that he's the author and maybe, in a way, the best person to read the story to us, but he is clearly not a professional narrator and that detracted, albeit slightly, from the story.
Overall, though, I highly recommend the book for anyone who loves dogs or is curious about how service dogs are trained.
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Yes, it brought the realism in my life about what vetrens really go thru.
Loved learning about service dogs.
Soothing voice and it was from his heart.
Dog bonding moments, sometimes we can get a glimpse of how much we are loved by them!
Recommend to those whom need an understanding about the enemy in war.
Learning about this soldiers experience of the Iraq war from his perspective, its effect on every aspect of his life afterward, and the amazing courage it took to overcome so much makes Until Tuesday a story all Americans should know.
For me there were many
I have listened to other writers read their own work, and had to grit my teeth to get through them, but Luis tells his story with honesty, and expression, but without selfpity.
I stayed up way too late to finish hearing his story.
A great story from a true hero! I wasn't sure about a book read by the author but this was
the perfect choice. Well read, personal story of the struggles of a returning vet from a war
zone and the incredible friendship he forms with his service dog. An eye opener on all
The personal story and the bond he forms with Tuesday.
His connection to the experiences both good and bad. No one else could have read this
book and made you feel like he did.
Parts will definitely make you laugh, others touch the heart and bring a tear or two.
Thank you Mr Montalvan for sharing this very personal journey with the world and Thank you for your service to our great country.
This is a great story about a veteran whose life was pretty much saved by his service dog, Tuesday. It really made me appreciate veterans more to hear his story told firsthand. Luis pretty much starts in the present, goes back in time to before Tuesday, then works his way forward telling of his time in the Middle East, problems with his family, how he came to get Tuesday, and his life with him. I think anyone who likes dogs, anyone who is close to someone with a mental or physical disability, or anyone who'd like to know more about veterans' lives would love this book.