Sunday, 25 November 2012

Jaffa's Sunday Corner..


Cat Themed Reading for the discerning feline.

Solomon's Tale: A Wise Cat Helps a Family in Crisis
Published Redlake Farm
Ocober 2012
Solomon's Tale by Sheila Jeffries



Book Blurb from Goodreads
Solomon's Tale is a gripping story with strong emotion, humour, and gritty relationship themes. Sheila Jeffries has also woven a thread of spirituality throughout the tale, which focuses on reincarnation, angels, and how the soul survives death. Solomon, a cat who can see angels, who is chosen to be born again to help a family endure traumas of separation and poverty, narrates the quirky but heart warming adventure. Solomon embarks on a perilous journey to find his home. He falls in love with another cat, Jessica, whose outrageous behaviour brings life and humour into the challenging situations he must face, including the repossession of his family home, relocation to a cramped caravan, and a lonely, desperate time of surviving the wild. A tear-jerker with an interesting twist at the end, Solomon's Tale will make you laugh and cry and lift your spirits. It was inspired by two real cats and will appeal to fans of cats and spiritual fiction.


What did Jaffa think

This is a wise little story which focuses on the warmth and companionship between animals and their humans. Solomon was always meant to be with Ellen, and when he was in the spiritual world he was given the task of finding her. But the journey to find Ellen is a perilous one, and Solomon must face danger in order to find her again.Throughout the story, Solomon is as wise as he is beautiful and this story gladdened my heart and at last recognised the unbreakable bond between special animals and those who love them.

Beautifully written, this is not just a book for cats and cat lovers, but is also for those who like to believe in a world of angels, reincarnation and spiritual guidance.

Thanks to NetGalley and Redlake Farm for a digital copy of this book to review.

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