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A great read from beginning to end, but definitely not a book that is easy to pin down to any one genre. Part family drama, part comedy, part thriller, this book will take you on a ride to a conclusion you really can’t predict. -Name-, the main character, runs a rehab facility, but he is the one who needs some serious intervention. His life is a wreck, riddled with addiction, self-doubt, guilt, crushing emotional loss, struggles with rage and fear, and impulsive behavior that could get him (and possibly others close to him) killed. But despite being one of the most flawed characters I’ve seen in a while, he is a likable person and one you really root for. He has true empathy for others, even those who commit heinous acts, but his brand of tough love may make you uneasy.
He also has a keen sense of justice, and is willing to go to extremes to see that justice is done…even if that means breaking the law. And he loves dogs. Really loves dogs. That’s enough for me. I found myself cheering him on in his mission to rescue a puppy from a bad situation and find it a loving home.
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It’s also beautiful how the character loves his little daughter, -Name-. He would do anything to keep her in his life, even if it means he has to commit a terrible act to prevent her from being taken away from him. But he is not painted as a victim here, but as a man who is at least partially responsible for his own problems. Even though he is estranged from his wife, -Name-, she is not portrayed as a villain, but rather a person who has a legitimate beef with -Name-. And he owns up to it. The climactic action scene is a test of his determination to save a family that may, because of his own wrongdoings, still be taken away from him. Ultimately, this book is about a man dealing with his own personal demons even as he tries to do battle with others’ demons.- Tiffany
The cover of -Book-, the novel written by -Name- didn’t incite my soul as much as the beautifully crafted dialog and the story that Jarvie has woven. As I read I couldn’t help but see the richness of language and feel a keen interest in Apache language and culture.
As I read -Book-, I couldn’t help but visualize the mulita-dimensional characters -Names-, her husband, who is a physician on the reservation and -Name-, who is a strange medicine man, who has a fetish for Elvis and who is quite knowledgeable about western medicine, and his wife, -Name-. -Name- tells -Name- that her soul is fragmented and that she needs to undergo soul retrieval because he sensed there has been some damage to her soul. However, -Name is a little skeptical. Along the retrieval journey the story unfold unpredictably, which drives you to keep turning the page to see what happens next. The end is not what I expected, which is unique for me because it doesn’t matter how many twist and turns a book has, I always tend to decipher the ending.
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This novel made me think of many of us in the world. Some more than others are in need of our own soul retrieval. If only we could find our -Name-. Perhaps as individuals we can serve as our own -Name-. He said it best when he quotes Shakespeare, “Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie.” The novel, -Book- served as the remedy for my need for literary stimulation amid my hectic routine.
-Author- is a writer to watch. I truly look forward to reading more novels from her.- Miriam
"Dog stories always tug at my heart, and this one was no exception. From the second the book opened on the description of the mongrel puppies, I knew I was in trouble: abandoned pups are my kryptonite. What makes this book different from others, however, is that the point of view is told from the perspective of the puppies themselves. The puppies converse with each other as if they are humans, which gives an interesting anthropomorphic twist to the story. Lines like, "No one had ever told them what grief was or why it existed" gives a fascinating complexity to a seemingly easy character. When the coyote takes the pups under his wing, the tale gains a new dimension. This is a story about grief and redemption and, ultimately, the true nature of love. -Name- is both the redeemer and the redeemed. There is also a genuine twist at the end that will leave the reader feeling satisfied. It’s a heartwarming tale with many lessons to teach and a new perspective to appreciate. -Author- has a knack for making the reader genuinely care about his characters- Jennifer
This book draws you in from the first few paragraphs. The book is set far in the future, and the author used quite and imagination in order to intricately describe all the different details of some very futuristic technology.
The current day setting of the book involves third generation Cybers – their emotions have essentially been removed and they are sort of sub-human creatures that think logically and follow orders exactly as they are told to. The author is very detailed in his descriptions of things, but in a great way in that as a reader I could picture exactly the scene described in the book. It is a page-turner, definitely, in that I wanted to see what happened. Additionally, the author ties two stories together throughout the book and links them only at the very end. I could definitely see this book turning into a series with additional books developing the story more. I look forward to it! My only criticism of this book is that there are some grammatical and punctuation errors – not a major deal, but for someone like me who is crazy about grammar, I did note it in my head. This is a wonderful read for anybody who likes futuristic science fiction type of genres!- Amanda