Stunning, sad, gripping.
When the main character learns that the sounds he is hearing from his prison cell are not the sounds of his guard snoring but in fact the moans of other prisoners.
Fun. Creative. Exciting
Chet's reflections on all things dog and human.
He does not make Chet too knowledgable. Chet is a real dog who does not understand a lot of human stuff but relies on his superior dog ability to smell and observe to help Bernie.
I am eager to read more in the series.
I haven't read the print version but the audio version was excellent
The Help comes to mind.
She captured different characters so well. Occasionally even brought out humor in what was a rather serious plot.
Historical mystery story
The discovery by Martha of the true identities of men she had trusted.
Oddly, the narrator frequently mispronounced words. Skintillating for scintillating. Oh de cologne once but OOH de cologne another time. Rag Out instead of ragoo. Sparesly instead of Sparsley and A--gret rather than E--gret.
No. I just enjoyed it, especially Martha's character
This is a book about a bully written before the topic was so talked about.
Inspiring, funny, sad.
Telling the Australians to keep their medals. (She uses more colorful language.)
Nancy learns that her husband has died in a concentration camp and that he had refused to give her up.
A memorable book.
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