Touching, Uplifting, Inspiring
Lisa herself. She doesn't gloss over the bad things that happened to her. Her story has ups and downs and you can relate with many things that happen to her because she so openly tells about her life and the impact of Atticus, Dante and Boo.
The times she talks about SnuggaBoo/PokeyBoo and the therapy visits when Boo is able to touch others with his tenderness
It'll make you laugh, it'll make you cry!
I really enjoyed this book and I hope Lisa continues to tell of the life she lives with her Husband and her dogs!
Best - the story is classic Weis/Hickman, the continuing story of Raistlin and Caramon is engaging and entertaining.Worst - narrator! He mispronounces characters names so often I get annoyed (btw the name is Sturm not Strum, he's not a guitar!). He's completely without passion or even interest in the subject it seems, and I have no interest in listening to him read when the closest analogy is Ben Stein's teacher from Ferris Bueller (Tanis?... Tanis?)
The complexity of Raistlin's plan
No, but only because the narrator made it so.
I would rank this book high in the list of books I've heard so far
When Luis described his attachment to Tuesday growing to the point that Tuesday truly bonded with him
You could hear the deep emotion in his voice when he described things that were either disturbing or touching to him quite clearly, I think that having someone else read it would have lost the depth of feeling expressed.
When a former soldier and a service dog saved each other.
I would and have recommended this book to my friends and family and I also purchased a hard copy to donate to my local Humane Society to spread the word about this great book!
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