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Publisher's Summary

With heart-warming reassurance, Friar Jack reminds us that God's goodness is reflected in the whole family of creation. We can be confident that our beloved animal companions will be waiting for us at the pearly gates with wagging tails, soft purrs, and enthusiastic welcomes.

©2010 Jack Wintz (P)2011 St. Anthony Messenger Press

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A beautiful and sensitive writing❣️

This is the very best and most hopeful book ever written on our seeing our loving companions once again as we enter into Eternal Life. A sensitive and very beautiful writing and you will KNOW that all creatures great and small, indeed have a purpose and plan in Creation. I would give 10 stars if that were an option❣️

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Good book!

Reinforce my hope and faith to enjoy my babies one more time again one day!

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Very comforting

Since I had to help my beloved Rosi Grace cross the Rainbow Bridge in March (2017), I was so encouraged by this book.

It was too short & the narrator read just a bit too fast, but I would recommend this to anyone who has lost or is going to lose a pet.

I simply can't believe that Rosi, who was the most loving, caring, & compassionate dog I've ever met (a rescue & the dog love of my life!) wouldn't spend eternity with me. I could see God's love & grace so clearly through her! Even though I still miss her, I'm deeply thankful for my 3+ years with her. I know she was a direct gift from God.

This book was so helpful; I would've loved to hear more! I liked learning more about St. Francis of Assisi. Recommend!

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BEST BOOK EVER!!!

I have About 50 Pet Loss books. This is by far the Best and Most Biblical.

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A reassuring outlook

As of the time I am writing this, my lifetime dog is 15- years old as of this month. I have become obsessed with concern of his impending death, and this book introduced me to a new outlook.

It is very comforting to those of use who only have pets as family.

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Closure

This has helped bring closure to me and my family during the difficult moment of losing a member of our family.

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A bit Dull

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Not really. It was fairly weak and somewhat dull.

What could Jack Wintz have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Written it is such a way that I would remember something.

What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

It didn't leave much of an impression.

Did I Will See You in Heaven inspire you to do anything?

No

Any additional comments?

Waste of money

0 of 3 people found this review helpful