Tuesday, August 29, 2017

The Dog and The Girl By Fiona J Roberts

Ellen has led a disappointing life. She is married to a man she no longer likes and is unhappy in her job. She is finally ready to make changes but she suddenly dies. Quite unexpectedly Ellen finds that her consciousness has transferred to her pet dog Barney.
Her life should be much more straightforward as a miniature schnauzer but then again it might not. Leaving home and finding a new family is just the start of her strange new

Ellen is a woman that feels her life is nothing but disappointing and meaningless. She feels no love for her husband anymore and her job is less than meaningful. She is finally ready to make changes to her mundane and less than happy life. But just before she begins on her new outlook and journey to a better life she suddenly dies. However, something strange and weird occurs as her consciousness and spirit is transferred and deposited into her own pet dog, Barney. Thinking her life will be less complicated as a miniature schnauzer, she soon realizes that her new life isn’t what she expected it would be.

This is a fantastic story written by author, Fiona J Roberts. It is simple and uncomplicated, yet meaningful and full of surprises. The plot is delicately woven with much creativity and forethought. The interesting characters are all well developed and placed within the storyline that flows with ease.
I fully enjoyed “The Dog and The Girl” By Fiona J Roberts. It is moving and touching.
It has an unexpected and interesting touch to it. .
Fiona J Roberts has a unique and interesting voice. This book would be great for a young reader as well as a more mature reader. It gets the reader thinking while enjoying the plot.
I couldn’t put the book down and was turning the pages quickly wondering what was going to happen next.

I fully recommend “The Dog and The Girl to all avid readers. Especially those that enjoy a more lighthearted and meaningful book.