Decoda’s Summer Reading 2018 – Gail Hanney

Decoda’s Summer Reading 2018 – Gail Hanney

Decoda’s Summer Reading 2018 – Gail Hanney

Date posted: August 8, 2018

Summer Reading with Stanley the Dog

Did you know that dogs like reading?  Yes, we do.

When my humans read, they stay in one place.  I can lie next to them.

They read in nice places:  the beach, a sunny deck, the lawn.  I love reading.

I can usually tell if they like a book.  They will read the same one for days, hours at a time.

This was true forLittle Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng.  From what I gathered, it was an easy read. It had likeable characters. It captured the complex relationships between mothers and daughters.

Anything is Possible  by Elizabeth Strout was another favourite read.  I recognized her name as the same author of Lucy Barton and Olive Kitteridge.  Her books seem to make my humans ponder love, loss and human frailty.  I don’t mind as I get extra cuddles.

The pages of The Woman in The Window by A.J. Finn turned slow at first but sped up near the end of the book.  Not bad for a first book by a new mystery writer.

Here’s hoping the weather stays warm and the reading lists grow longer.

 

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