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S a rescued black lab mix she insists Thurman is special and has whispered of the coming of grandchildren Wilson brushes the notion off as fantasy When his mother learns of her retirement community's 'no pets' policy she forces Wilson to take the lovable dog Wilson notices Thurman's g. 35 stars

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Rowls do sound like words but he knows he's just projecting his own thoughts on the animal If Wilson is talking to neighbors on their walks and spending time with Emily a widow with three children it isn't because Thurman encouraged him After all everyone knows dogs can't talkcan they. Do you talk to your dog Does your dog talk to you Kraus has created another delightful novel about an insightful dog who talks Well Thurman sort of growls but some people can understand exactly what he is saying That would include Wilson Steele He's an English professor with a past that includes horrors from Viet Nam He'd made such a mess of his life back then that he is convinced God would never forgive him He is certain too that he must live in solitude not deserving a family But his mother has other ideas She impulsively adopts a rescue dog When the retirement home will not let her keep it she makes Wilson take him She knows he could use the companionship That is the beginning of a relationship that changes Wilson's lifeI thoroughly enjoyed this novel It is an entertaining novel about character transformation and healing Kraus has woven together the lives of several people who need a touch of love and a gentle push in the right direction Thurman is the dog for the job He knows exactly the right phrase to growl or say to move people toward the place where God can heal themThis is a great book for dog lovers It's great for people who like to read novels showing how God works events to bring people the healing they need and the relationships that enrich them That God uses a dog is a fun and rewarding aspect of the novelI received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review The Continuing City is talking to neighbors on their walks and spending time with Emily a widow with three children Harmony (Dissonance Series it Alabis World isn't because Thurman encouraged him After all everyone knows dogs can't talkcan they. Do you talk to your dog Does your dog talk to you Kraus has created another delightful novel about an Harmony and Dissonance insightful dog who talks Well Thurman sort of growls but some people can understand exactly what he The Translators Turn is saying That would Hesselbein on Leadership include Wilson Steele He's an English professor with a past that Stalin in October includes horrors from Viet Nam He'd made such a mess of his life back then that he Consequences of Theory is convinced God would never forgive him He The Debate Over Vietnam is certain too that he must live Jean Renoir in solitude not deserving a family But his mother has other Stalin ideas She Microhistory and the Lost Peoples of Europe impulsively adopts a rescue dog When the retirement home will not let her keep Martyrs Mirror it she makes Wilson take him She knows he could use the companionship That The Lazarus Case is the beginning of a relationship that changes Wilson's lifeI thoroughly enjoyed this novel It Martyrs Mirror is an entertaining novel about character transformation and healing Kraus has woven together the lives of several people who need a touch of love and a gentle push The DOs in the right direction Thurman Wizards Dont Wear Graduation Gowns is the dog for the job He knows exactly the right phrase to growl or say to move people toward the place where God can heal themThis Imperialism and Unequal Development is a great book for dog lovers It's great for people who like to read novels showing how God works events to bring people the healing they need and the relationships that enrich them That God uses a dog The Lazarus Gate (The Apollonian Case Files is a fun and rewarding aspect of the novelI received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of an Encounters with Islam independent and honest review

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Bestselling author Jim Kraus returns with a heartwarming tale about a dog who has people convinced he can talkWilson Steele is a single professor and Vietnam veteran who likes living alone insisting it's too late for him to have a family His mother disagrees When she impulsively adopt. Every time I read one of Jim Kraus' books I think it's the best I loved the interaction Thurman the dog has with Wilson his owner This story was very powerful in focusing on PTSD for veterans and their families of the VietNam WarThe dual storylines came together perfectly without a rush at the end Anna Laetitia Barbauld Poems 1792 is a single professor and Vietnam veteran who likes living alone Hell and Good Company insisting Classrooms and Courtrooms it's too late for him to have a family His mother disagrees When she Remaking College impulsively adopt. Every time I read one of Jim Kraus' books I think Scandal And Aftereffect it's the best I loved the Selected Poetry and Prose interaction Thurman the dog has with Wilson his owner This story was very powerful The Pact in focusing on PTSD for veterans and their families of the VietNam WarThe dual storylines came together perfectly without a rush at the end


10 thoughts on “The Dog That Whispered

  1. says:

    This was a very heartwarming story


  2. says:

    This was a great read I loved it Wilson thinks his dog can talk but thinks maybe he is just projecting that Hazel comes into some money and decides to just uit her job and travel She finds Wilson and he confesses he is her father He also has a sweet future with Emily who he discovers He looks to be having a better future because he let his mother talk him into taking Thurman Thurman is the star of this book It was a sweet read


  3. says:

    Every time I read one of Jim Kraus' books I think it's the best I loved the interaction Thurman the dog has with Wilson his owner This story was very powerful in focusing on PTSD for veterans and their families of the VietNam WarThe dual storylines came together perfectly without a rush at the end


  4. says:

    35 stars


  5. says:

    Interaction between characters human or canine is well written and fun to read Thurman the dog is so spot on for lab excitement A heartwarming story


  6. says:

    You've probably heard of animal whisperers but this might be the very first time that you've heard of a dog that does the whispering Truman a mixed lab was adopted by Gretna who lives in a retirement community which does not allow dogs To solve the dilemma she persuades her son Wilson into taking care of the dog until the problem can be rectified ie finding a new home for Truman Wilson is a professor and a Vietnam veteran who is distant and somewhat reclused living through the emotional remnants of a warOnce at Wilson's home Truman wastes no times in settling in Slowly but surely he worms his way into Wilson's heart by becoming his canine companion and confidant I like the gentle and subtle way that the story approaches the matter of PTSD because while there are those sufferers who actively seek out help there are others like Wilson who remain mired in guilt and trauma not believing that they are worthy of being treated and absolved In a very non judgmental non intrusive way Truman manages to break through to Wilson And because the opening up talking to a dog and extrapolating introspective and intelligent answers from growled back responses occurs in a non threatening environment the healing can finally begin It surely helps that the person is caring for someone other than him herself especially if it is an animalpet that relies on you completely for its needsThere are other threads in this plot but I'll just focus on how delightful it was that Truman and in fact any dog was portrayed as being the bridge and connector between individuals regardless of their dispositions I also like how a dog that was not trained as a service animal was showcased as being able to bring healing direction and closure to individuals who didn't even know they needed it


  7. says:

    Do you talk to your dog? Does your dog talk to you? Kraus has created another delightful novel about an insightful dog who talks Well Thurman sort of growls but some people can understand exactly what he is saying That would include Wilson Steele He's an English professor with a past that includes horrors from Viet Nam He'd made such a mess of his life back then that he is convinced God would never forgive him He is certain too that he must live in solitude not deserving a family But his mother has other ideas She impulsively adopts a rescue dog When the retirement home will not let her keep it she makes Wilson take him She knows he could use the companionship That is the beginning of a relationship that changes Wilson's lifeI thoroughly enjoyed this novel It is an entertaining novel about character transformation and healing Kraus has woven together the lives of several people who need a touch of love and a gentle push in the right direction Thurman is the dog for the job He knows exactly the right phrase to growl or say to move people toward the place where God can heal themThis is a great book for dog lovers It's great for people who like to read novels showing how God works events to bring people the healing they need and the relationships that enrich them That God uses a dog is a fun and rewarding aspect of the novelI received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of an independent and honest review


  8. says:

    If you love dogs ; This books deals with healing from past hurts Many of us function day to day without ever dealing with our past hurts The book is about the healing and forgiveness offered by Christ to those who accept believe and repent This is also a book about a dog and the relationship that develops with a Vietnam Veteran I adopted a German Shepherd a few years ago that was a talker I loved her dearly and Thurman very much reminded me of her


  9. says:

    This novel blends some canine whimsy with a poignant story of long term post war stress William's hardened emotional shell was nearly impenetrable I loved Thurman's influence as he whispered comments to William at key moments I also liked Hazel's story as it ultimately revealed a relationship with William Highly recommended as a uality post war story


  10. says:

    A friend picked this out for me I love dogs and I love to read This book was destined to be a success It isn't a literary masterpiece but it is a really great book I loved the themes of redemption forgiveness and family They are all themes I needed to read right now and the fact that a dog was one of the main characters was icing on the cake


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