"A bit disappointing."
I actually feel a bit of a traitor being slightly negative about Sue's autobiography- she is clearly a caring and thoughtful person,and the anecdotes and details of her life are warmly and honestly told.
I just wish the writing style was a little more sparky,I enjoy autobiographies,but they sometimes are a bit of a procession of " I remember one day when......." and I feel Sue could have constructed her book a little better,-I would have been interested to hear more about her motivations,especially the community projects as she obviously has a tremendous social conscience.
This is a great listen with lots of clever observational detail and a cracking storyline.It is very moving in parts without being too "syrupy"-I bet you will be looking at your beloved mutt in a different way!
Really enjoyed it- but what was the court room Steven Hawkins thing about??-I'm afraid this really jarred with me-was the author looking for a way out?
Still good stuff, though,if you've got an elderly,wobbly much loved dog,be prepared to shed a tear or two.
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