Great book that made for deep discussions for my book club.
It was a good read but the end left you scratching your head.
I found this book confusing at times. I felt quite a few of the chapters were pointless and didn't contribute anything to the story. It was very hard to finish, I had to make myself keep reading. It had the potential to be so much more.
I really enjoyed this book. I laughed and cried and laughed some more. It\\\'s a perfect book to discuss with your book club.
This book was great, I was enthralled with the main character. The book was so well written that I felt like I was there experiencing everything that Victoria was experiencing.
This book kept me turning the page. Max is the sweetest boy who has an imaginary friend named Budo. How these two interact with each other keeps you wanting to read more. A keeper!
Jeanette wove her childhood tale so well that at times I forgot that this book was a memoir and not a novel.
There were quite a few dull moments in this book.
For the most part I enjoyed this book, however I struggled with the spiritual/religious aspects of it.
I love the perspective that this book was written in, it was different and quite refreshing! Nice touch! However, the majority of my book club didn't like the book so I had to give it a thumbs down. It is a good personal read but wasn't ideal for a book club selection.
The book can be quite frustrating at time and the characters are not very memorable either. The members of our club had trouble recalling the events of the book which made it difficult to discuss. We didn't think it makes a good book club book, even if the cover of the book says otherwise. Rate 3.5
This is a kind of book that will leave a lasting impression on you. This book is perfect for a book club setting because people are able to have different opinions on a multitude of subjects.
Major plot twist.
The group had a great time discussing this book.
All the ladies in our club loved this book. The story was well written and very informative.
This was a fantastic story written from a dog\\\'s perspective. We laughed and we cried but above all we had great conversations surrounding this book.
How many times can an author use the word "ramparts?"
The book could have been 200 pages shorter.
Everyone in the club read it quickly!
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