kindle Ö Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert Û 215 pages ¼ James Herbert


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kindle Ö Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert Û 215 pages ¼ James Herbert ¼ He was a stringy mongrel wandering the streets of the city driven by a ravenous hunger and hunting a uarry he could not define But he was something Somewhere in the depths of his consciousness was a memory clawing its way to the suG a uarry he could not define But he was something Somewhere in the depths of his consciousness w This book was a real departure from other James Herbert books which are known for as being horrors written in a gruesome style The whole story is an adventure written from the perspective of a dog Herbert captures the world at ground level as seen through a dog's eyes and nose in such a compelling fashion that I actually found myself believing that it was a first account accurate portrayal of canine thoughts and feelings when finishing this book I genuinely looked at my dog in a different wayI don't want to give the plot away but Fluke from his early puppyhood knows that he is different from the other dogs He is plagued by distant memories which will him to embark on a journey to discover the truth about himself Along the way he meets some colourful characters and gets into all sorts of mischievous doggy troubleParts of the story are sad and touching and some are full of tension excitement and even hilarity It all comes together at the ending which may leave you with a few theological thoughts and with you probably not being able to look at your dog in the same way again

Fluke AUTHOR James HerbeG a uarry he could not define But he was something Somewhere in the depths of his consciousness w This book was a real departure from other James Herbert books which are known for as being horrors written in a gruesome style The whole story is an adventure written from the perspective of a dog Herbert captures the world at ground level as seen through a dog's eyes and nose in such a compelling fashion that I actually found myself believing that it was a first account accurate portrayal of canine thoughts and feelings when finishing this book I genuinely looked at my dog in a different wayI don't want to give the plot away but Fluke from his early puppyhood knows that he is different from the other dogs He is plagued by distant memories which will him to embark on a journey to discover the truth about himself Along the way he meets some colourful characters and gets into all sorts of mischievous doggy troubleParts of the story are sad and touching and some are full of tension excitement and even hilarity It all comes together at the ending which may leave you with a few theological thoughts and with you probably not being able to look at your dog in the same way again

reader ð Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert ↠ James Herbert

Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert é He was a stringy mongrel wandering the streets of the city driven by a ravenous hunger and huntin A great wee tale about a dog Fluke who used to be a human and his journey to understanding why he is now a dog I loved how this book was narrated I loved the fact that Fluke's characteristics change from dog to human and back again freuently That plus it made me feel for Fluke very much This feels like the opposite of the only other Herbert book I've read The Rats I hated The Rats I loved Fluke reader ð Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert ↠ James Herbert

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James Herbert ↠ Fluke AUTHOR James Herbert reader As a memory clawing its way to the surface tormenting him The memory of what he had once been a m Fluke I honestly wasn't sure if I wanted to read this mostly because I wasn't sure what to expect? I've read The fog and The rats and was expecting something horrific Animal abuse is something I can't read about at all as I own a dog and he's my little man and my best friend But I bit the bullet and I'm so glad I didThis book is nothing like James Herbets normal style This book is absolutely wonderful In this tale we meet fluke Fluke is a tiny puppy fresh into the world but he's not like an ordinary puppy he's different We then follow Fluke on his vast adventures and find out just what fluke is and why he was a puppy and along the way we meet some really amazing characters as well as some really nutty ones tooI was expecting a heart breaking Watership down kind of vibe from this book and I wasn't looking forward to it But instead it was an Inspiring and warming read There's a big theme in this book and it's about life I applaud James Herbert for this book This book is one of the reasons why he deserved that OBE he got As for a favourite character in this book it had to be Rumbo after Fluke of course P