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  • Charming Stories

    I enjoyed this charming story. I read James Herriot's books long ago, and loved them. These books (this one being a sequel to "The Patron Saint of Lost Dogs") are a bit reminiscent of Herriot's books, but Trout's books are fiction. There's a great air of authenticity to them, though, since Trout is a veterinarian himself. At times there's a bit more technical info than the average person may be able to digest, but when you consider the vet in these books is a veterinary pathologist who tends to "get in his head" much of the time, that's very much in character for him. I enjoyed watching him coming to terms with his father's legacy, and learning how to deal with actual live animals rather than making diagnoses strictly from slides. I’m sorry now it took me so long to getting around to reading these books - I’d received an ARC of this one but wanted to read the previous book first, and kept postponing it for some reason. Now I want to read Nick Trout’s other books, which are non-fiction. Copy provided by Netgalley and Hachette Books in exchange for an unbiased review.

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  • DogGone

    Gentle, warm, and comforting. :))

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