After reading Hater, I found myself wondering where the author could possibly take this story and I was very excited for the sequel. I'm not sure if it was the narrator or just the story, but I struggled to finish the book.
Cesar's words inspire you to be calm and assertive in every aspect of your life, not just when working with dogs. Starting from his childhood in Mexico, he tells his story how he came to be the man he is today and thanks all the kind people who helped him along the way. Not only does this allow you to get to know Cesar on a new level, but it lets you know that kindness does still exist in our world. This was an excellent book. That being said, it could use a different narrator. I had a hard time getting into the story due to the narrator's monotone, boring way of reading the book. However, once I got a few chapters in, the story had me hooked and I was able to finish it.
It was a pretty enjoyable book to listen to. The performance was great. The story kind of lost me towards to the end. The bedbugs were real then or was she just imagining them? The ending was a little weird but overall the book was pretty good. As if bedbugs weren't creepy enough....
This book was amazing! It was well written, had a GREAT story and the narrator was PERFECT for the part. Highly recommend this to not only dog fans, but anyone who knows what it's like to be underestimated.
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