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Till Krueger Krueger itibaren Konarpur, West Bengal 713102, Hindistan itibaren Konarpur, West Bengal 713102, Hindistan

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Till Krueger Krueger itibaren Konarpur, West Bengal 713102, Hindistan

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compelling story with many of the issues that are never talked about brought to light in the subtleties of controlling the border. Also some future forward scary possibilities of big brother brought to light in ways that are all too possible these days.

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Decent. Learned the word "alacrity." Great last sentence.

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I adored this book, mainly because of the way it's written. Breslin tells his readers right up front that Dutchie eventually dies, so we're not left dreading a tear-jerker finish. He weaves humorous anecdotes in between flashbacks to Dutchie's last weeks of life. I found it so very real, and could identify with the anguish Breslin and his wife went through, when Dutchie was diagnosed with a terminal condition. I went through this with my beloved dog, and found myself crying by page 7. But then, Breslin would lift us with happy and funny stories of their lives together. Breslin perfectly describes how Dutchie seemed like a human member of the family, the child they never had, which also drove straight to my heart. And he wove that belief into all the chapters, without being sappy. It's not often that I say I could read a book again, but this one I could.