A street cat named Bob, or how a cat can save your life

I’m glad to have read this book in its original language (for many reasons including to improve my English) and it was worth it. The book show us in a nice, interpretative way how to see a cat from inside, in this case an extraordinary one, out of overemotional stuff and over-the-top sentimental narrative. Bob actually thinks and expresses himself in the mouth and James’ perspective, and I really appreciated it when I was reading; thus, out of the narrative quality (very critisised), I think you can enjoy this book and get your mind out of heavy stuffs.

Second chances exist. And a cat can save a life, Bob already did proof it.

51-sCc1yaML.jpgI have to say I liked it, with a little exceptions, like the repetitive way in how James Bowen refers to Bob as a lifesaver and how he changed all his life. But don’t misundertand me, it really worked in this story, non-fiction one, and, as the movie, it was really enjoyable in some parts. In addition, Bowen showed us the jungle settled on the streets in London, and the hard life of a busker-drug rehab, giving us a great perspective of a fierce competitiveness in every possible way: making money, getting a simply space on the sidewalk or a subway station, deal with cops and naughty people, an so on.

Second chances exist. And a cat can save a life, Bob already did proof it.
And, as I like the cats very much, this book worked for me. If you are a cat lover, you’ll love this book so much.

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