I am so thrilled to bring y’all a review of a book I really liked, and a big thank you to the author for sharing a review copy with me. I thought this book was wonderful.
A desperate dog. A scarred girl. A bond nothing can break.
When a young girl suffering with her own tragedy comes across an injured young dog, she can’t resist helping him. Both having braved the worst the world had to throw at them, the pair quickly form an unbreakable bond. They picture their future as an endless stream of adventures filled with love, laughter, and good times.
But life has one last cruel trick to play…
At one moment heart-warming, the next heart-breaking, this is the story of a devoted dog’s roller coaster journey to be the one thing every good dog dreams of being — a best friend. Through a touching tale, As The Stars Fallexplores how compassion can make us whole again and friendship can heal even the most broken of hearts.
If you crave a story of love and loss, of compassion and belonging, of friendship that knows no bounds, you need to read As The Stars Fall.
I love my animals so much. They make me really happy, and this book really hit me in the heart. I could not put this book down, and I loved every moment. This is the story I will be thinking about for a long time after, it evoked so many emotions.
I love all animals, and the cover just made my heart go aww. I could not put this down at all. It was fantastic, and I loved every moment. Even when I ended up crying ugly tears and it was hard to see the words, I was unable to stop.
Lee has written a book which makes you think about how animals see and process the world. This was a perspective I could not expect, but I appreciated it. I thought this book made me love my cats even more, and now I will always be wondering what they are thinking about when I look at their cute faces.
I highly recommend this story, and I hope many more people will enjoy it as well.
4 stars ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
About the author:
Apart from animals and writing, Steve’s passion is travel. He’s visited 58 countries and enjoyed some amazing experiences, including cage-diving with great white sharks, sparring with a monk at a Shaolin temple, and watching a turtle lay eggs on a moonlit beach. He’s explored Machu Picchu, Pompeii, and the Great Wall of China, yet for all that, he’s a man of simple tastes — give him an egg sandwich and the TV remote control, and he’ll be happy for hours!
He lives in the North of England with his partner, Ania, and two black cats who graciously allow Steve and Ania to stay in their house.
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