Friday, December 31, 2010

Book Review: Blind Hope

A true story about an old, mangy, broken dog who finds solace with a new owner.  The owner is also a broken woman who can't seem to find her place in the world.  In her past she transformed herself to become part of whatever crowd she was hanging with at the time.  This is a story of how an unsuspecting animal that was almost turned down because of her looks and unfortunate need for medical care, helped transform the life of her new owner (and also the lives of those around her).

The story line was great.  There were lots of "one liners" that were great and would make good inspirational quotes on your wall and to see on a daily basis because they were that meaningful.  Its also a book that tells of a non profit horse rescue farm that has changed that lives of  many animals and people alike. 

It was a great read!

I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. 

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