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This novel features protagonists that are cute without being saccharine, who in their pure sheepiness shine a light on what it means to be human. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Fruit Batwoman
I found the book a crashing bore and regret ordering it because it takes up space and will never be read again or passed on to a friend, let alone an enemy. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Ragna J. Sloane
More than a murder mystery. It reflects the human condition from a viewpoint of utter innocence. I loved the book.Published 18 days ago by Ronald J. Sefchick
Wonder story. Story told from the Sheeps point of view . Great mystery.Published 19 days ago by VA Reader
A rather odd book, but I really enjoyed it. Sorry it ended before the sheep went to Europe though.Published 1 month ago by Eliza Pattie
A rather odd book, but I really enjoyed it. Sorry it ended before the sheep went to Europe though.Published 1 month ago by John Myers
Unusual idea and really well done. Sweet but not cloying. I liked these sheep and they did solve the mystery.Published 1 month ago by Rufusme
If you are a fan of animals thinking and acting somewhat like humans you will enjoy this book. There were a couple of highlights in how the sheep would interpret humans and their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by nursey