Saturday, June 4, 2011
Rated 3.5 Stars
This was a pretty good book but just a little to reminiscent of James Herriot for me. Also once he became a minister what interest I had in the story just kind of faded away. Thankfully that was mostly toward the end.
The colorful, charming story of a country-veterinarian-turned-country-minister--a healer of body and soul. Told with wry Scottish wit, these stories are filled with the kind of hearty embrace of human and animal ways that are reminiscent of James Herriot.