Review by Janine Rowe
A heartfelt and inspiring story of James Bowen, a London street musician, and his faithful feline companion Bob.
In this book, James looks back on one of the toughest Christmases with Bob and how they survived, yet made a memorable Christmas for themselves and James’ good friend Belle.
The book is filled with delightful stories like when James is desperate for money and his supporters at the Angel Station are there to give him donations and when James gives back to those who help him by handing out Christmas cards. Gut wrenching stories of an encounter with a drug dealer and how James and Bob managed to get away from him and the heartbreaking tale of Belle’s lost Christmas gift. These are just a few of the stories in this book. If you are in need of inspiration this holiday season, or just any time you want a feel good story, I would recommend reading this book. It left me feeling inspired to do something good for someone. I also enjoyed the illustrations at the end of each chapter. I thought that was a special touch.
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About the Author:
JAMES BOWEN is the author of the bestselling A Street Cat Named Bob. He found Bob the cat in 2007 and the pair have been inseparable ever since. They both live in north London.
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