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Posted September 15, 2005
Whine, not wine
The subject of animals communicating with humans through a common language has always intrigued me. There are other books on the subject which provide interesting and enjoyable reading. I bought this book thinking that is what I was going to get. I didn't realize it was in the Christian fiction genre, which was my fault. And, it did deal with the aforesaid communication. But the story, rather than being like a fine wine, was innundated with the main character's constant complaining and obstinancy, so that the book took on the feeling of a continuous whine. I liked the first 2/3 of the story although the heroine became increasingly difficult to deal with. The last 1/3 was predictable, innundated with more of the same complaining and crabbing. By the last chapter the question was not how would the story end but who would continue to put up with such self-centered and self-justified behavoir. To go by this book, no matter how anti-social the behavior is, there is always someone willing to ignore the abuse. By the number of books this author has written it is obvious she has an adoring audience. But it doesn't include me.
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