Outstanding! This is almost like 6 different short stories in one book. Each chapter was like a mini book giving the reader a glimpse into the life of various quilters and the paths that led them there. I'm also a quilter so found the book particuliarly entertaining, possibly one of the best I have listened to all year. You won't be disappointed.
Well, I enjoyed this book. I bought it expecting to learn more about Tamar's methods and I wasn't disappointed. I'm a dog lover and felt like I had finally found someone who shared my beliefs. You see, I'm a softee at heart and always shower my dogs with love and hugs, praise and treats, and they've responded beautifully. I have happy and well behaved dogs with very few problems. If you want another feel good book about loving your dog, get John O'Hurley's "It's OK To Miss The Bed On The First Jump". These are books for people who adore their dogs and recognize them for the abundance of love and playfullness they bring into a home. Throw away the prong collars, forget about endless walks until you're both ready to drop.
THE LOVED DOG. What a great title. If you have one, you'll know it.
Typical Higgins-Clark style. Short chapters, predictible outcome, and a casual writing style that's easy to follow. It's one of those books where you can miss a few words and still keep up.
The visual image of some characters was way over the top and had me giggling, it was too much fun! But overall, the book is so-so at best.
I have to agree. It took me weeks to get through this book, and only if I had nothing else to listen to.
If you're not afraid of looks and pointing as you laugh hysterically while driving, this is a book for you! For 3 straight days I arrived at work with the biggest smile on my face. There's something about those furry little faces and wet noses that turn professional people into babbling idiots.
I have always appreciated my dogs for the wonderful creatures they are but I wasn't prepared for the way this book would expand on those feelings. In a positive, feel good fashion, this book is an experience in life from our dogs perspective.... similar to the saying "Don't sweat the small stuff".
I was glad when this book was over. This was my first Barbara Rosenblat and I almost didn't finish it. Strong female leads are my favorite but I couldn't comprehend a judge who picked up nasty men, in nasty bars, and went to nasty motels for raw, hard sex. Well.... maybe I could but, the rest of the plot was weak and improbable. Thumbs down..... way down.
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