Author: David Wroblewski
Genre: Fiction, Standalone
Personal Rating: 2.5/5 (eh)
Yearly Count: 49
Edgar Sawtelle, born mute, lives on a dog breeding farm in Wisconsin with his mother and father. When catastrophe strikes, Edgar makes a bold move.
There certainly were some good points to this book, but I'm sad to say that it ultimately landed below a just okay read for me. I did love some of the language, but that language also dragged on and on. I didn't find Edgar and the dogs to have some amazing relationship, but they were okay. The few incidents of paranormal activity and personification added to my dislike as I am not a fan of either. Thankfully, the second half of the book was much more interesting, but the ending . . . useless. There were so many unanswered questions in my mind when I finished it, but now I just wonder what was the point of the book?