In A Dog’s View of Love, Life, and Death, human beings, content they know the answers to lifeís big questions, continue making the same mistakes time and time again. Dogs, being their closest non-human companions, and knowing a little more than humans think they know, assist them discreetly with their evolution of consciousness.
After spending twelve years paralyzed from the neck down, Seamus McGarry canít quite believe heís communicating telepathically with a dog named Rosie.
Millionaire Will Roper is living the life and feeling in control of his destiny. But his anger issues are landing him in hot water. If that isnít enough, Saddam Hussein, his dead motherís dog, and a man living in a doorway have all crossed his path. Things will never be the same again.
Old-timer Lennon, a Harlequin Great Dane, New York, born and bred, feels life is passing him by. That is, until a dog shows up at the shelter and helps him understand his existence here isnít quite what it seems.
Dolores Fanon, a recovering addict, has been clean and relatively serene for 3 years. However, lifeís just dealt her a low blow. Sheís struggling to cope, and when a psychic working for the N.Y.P.D. appears in her life, secrets from the past come flooding into the present.
Praise for A Dog’s View of Love, Life, and Death
In his debut novel, J.R. Archer offers a warm and whimsical meditation on lifeís meaning and the soulís journey, as understood by the more advanced souls among us - our canine companions. I only hope that someday I can be as wise as the four-legged heroes of A Dogís View of Love, Life, and Death.
~ Michael Prescott, New York Times bestselling author
“Generally, I read for enlightenment, not entertainment. Thus, I rarely read fiction. However, because I know the author and also because I was intrigued by the title, I decided to read this novel. Iím glad I did, and I can honestly and objectively say it is both enlightening and entertaining. In fact, it is the most entertaining book I can recall reading.”
~ Michael E. Tymn
Editor, Journal for Spirituality and Consciousness Studies
If, like us, you feel that your dogs were brought into your life to teach you spiritual lessons, you will absolutely love this wonderful book. J. R. Archer takes us on a roller coaster adventure through New York with a cast of characters across the social spectrum who are dealing with everything that life can throw at them.
Supporting them all with brilliant spiritual advice are two fur angels, Rosie and Rags, who are able to connect telepathically with the humans, and other dogs, who cross their paths. Fast paced and full of action, this is a book that will resonate with lovers of animals and all those who have ever wondered if there is anything beyond this life.
J. R. Archer incarnated somewhere on the planet in the twentieth century. He spent his life living as someone else until he wrote A Dog’s View of Love, Life, and Death
Publisher: White Crow Books
Published June 2017
Size: 203 x 127 mm
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