Not the author’s usual kind of novel.
This explores the causes and effects of Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in both human and canine, as well as the relationships when they are put together.
It seemed to me that the author did a lot of research, because when I read the portions of what the dog was thinking and feeling it seemed to come directly from the animal’s mind.
A great read that was hard to put down when I had to.
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