A dogs purpose review
By V. Macedo
A Dog’s Purpose and what it’s all about!
Do you like playing with your furry friend? Does your heart melt every time you see a puppy? Is spending an afternoon cuddling with your little ball of sunshine your idea of heaven? Well than I could suggest no better book!
A Dog’s purpose is about more than just a pup and his best friend, it’s about a deep connection, a connection that can transcend lifetimes. Sometimes, your dog can be all you need to turn a bad day around, and our main (human) character certainly relies on his dog for that.
Our story starts off with a kind boy, and his loving dog, having fun as the human, also known as Ethan, grows. Eventually, as life goes on, Ethan’s dog’s life ends. Let me tell you, there is nothing more heartbreaking or soul shattering than a dog having to say goodbye. Permanently. However, as you read on, you quickly catch on that these kindred spirits are not done with each other quite yet.
This book redefines the meaning of a true bond between a dog and their human. Now, don’t let this fool you. You will catch yourself crying like a waterfall through this book. Weirdly enough, it will also make you smile like you wouldn’t believe.
Rebirth is an interesting topic that fills our day-to-day life. This book takes a deep, and tear-shedding, approach while still keep the air around it delightfully fun and hooking. It will make you rethink about how life, birth, death, souls, and everything close to it. Not to mention you will never look at your dog the same way, instead you will look at them with more joy, more care, and more hope that maybe, one day, you will cross paths again.
Dogs are known as a human’s best friend. And I don’t think that anyone that has a dog could disagree, because they are there for you, for all the highs and all the lows, and the excitement they show every time you come back to them is simply heart-melting. They can light up a room, and make you feel safe, because they love you, they love you more than they love themselves. Because of that, some might theorise that they can’t stand to leave you, so they stay, and one way or another, through one life or more, they will come back to you.
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