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kind of disappointing...
I have to admit that I had expected more from the book, having read many nonfiction stories about owners and their animals. Throughout the novel, or the half that I was able to complete, the author, being the philosopher, merely stated all of his ideas in his majoring in philosophy, which I did expect, but, rather than bring in new ideas into the picture, stated the same ideas continuously, without changing the subject at all, really. There were only tiny paragraphs at the beginning of the chapters about the wolf and him, of their companionship as man and wolf, and these facts and stories of Brendon's life were out of order. I could not finish this novel, and I do not recommend it, though every person has their own personal taste, I do not recommend it to animal lovers.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.