By Ron Marasco
A dog named Barley has a story to tell, a story that is unbelievable and a story about a kind man that most everyone knows. This is a story told from a different viewpoint. Barley is living with his masters Duv and Adah, living a good life that any dog would love. Sometimes he has dreams of when he was a puppy with his mother and siblings. These dreams are not always pleasant. Barley is doing find until something happen to his masters and he ends up homeless. He does find a new master who is also homeless. This relationship will take Barley in contact with the kind man, (Jesus). He views different parts of the week between what we call Palm Sunday and the crucifixion. Barley story is interesting and has some good points as well as bad point.
My dislike is the details of cruelty and treatment of Barley by some; I felt that some of the details were too vivid for this type of book. At times, the story becomes sidetracked and parts are dragged out. You are three quarters through the book before Barley sees the kind man. In all, the entire story is good and has a number of surprises.
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