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The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein ****

Understanding how our 4 legged animals impact our live in so many ways. How they can be our companion for so many reason. The bond between the dog and its owner was unbreakable in this store helped the farther to a daughter move on after the loss of his wife. The mother to the child.
How the bond between the dog and its owner is what matters and what they lesson of the book was never take for granted for the relationship you have with your furry friend because one day you won’t be with them anymore. They come our lives to teach us so much about unconditional love but they can’t stay forever because that’s what they are meant to be they are meant for us to deal with loss of them.

The bond between this families in this book was a strong one but it really showed when the wife was sick with some kind of cancer and it showed for how much the husband stayed and cared for her. Even though it was hard for him to loss her it showed the true bond between a families at their weakest point that matters the most.

It is the way that it shows that’s what I believe the author wanted to get across when you read this book it does have points where you laugh but at the same time there are points that you want to cry. This book for sure make you think about your life and how you feel about it. The bond between you and your family comes to mind after you read this book.

When I read this book it made me think about how blessed we are for each and every day and how much we should be grateful to spend every day that we have with our love ones and close friends we have made throughout the years that we have grown. I defiantly recommend this book to a dog lover but also who just need a deep book to read and reflect on your life and how it looks.

Megan Hughes is in her third year as publications adviser at Park Hill South High School. She currently advises the View newsmagazine, South Paw yearbook and LitMag.