I have been a fan of Gwen Cooper since I read Homer's Odesy. This book explores the human/animal bond further. The story of Sarah, her daughter Laura and love lost and found is heartfelt. It will make you laugh, cry, and cheer. Having recently lost my mother, I identify with this story on so many levels. You won't be disappointed if you read this book. Chris Ducart's performance is amazing, and makes this book most enjoyable to listen to.
I have always loved Sylvia Browne and what she does with her amazing psychic abilities. I found this book very comforting and healing after the sudden crossing of my beloved cockatiel Gwen. Whether you believe in what she does or not, Sylvia's book is just wonderful. It will warm your heart and touch your soul. I have rad several books on pet loss, but this one has provided me with the most solace and comfort by far.
I loved reading the story, Mark Kelly's voice brings that personal touch. I admire Gabby for her courage, tenacity and strength. Amazing how love has helped in her recovery, and how much progress she has made so far. I cried when Gabby read the last chapter. Her tenacity and courage in becoming a Congresswoman as well as in the face of that terrible day in January are amazing. She is an inspiration to me.
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