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My family and I loved the story of her rescuing an abused dying dog, and with help, making it into a loyal pet and agility champion. As the book climbed into Amazon's top sales spot, we began following Vicky's career.
In less than a year, she published God Drives a Tow Truck: An Anthology of True Encounters. This compilation of her lifetime of quasi-miraculous occurances parallel her religious conversion to her current beliefs. Some of these stories originally appeared in Vicky's daily BLOG. This is how we learned much of her.
In a short period her two books have exceeded 90,000 deliveries, with 'Broken Ear' taking the No. 1 spot for quality Pet Stories!
She next discovered a virtually unkbown American WWII hero who had spent a lifetime poetically recording his philosophy, feelings and reactions . . . up to his current age 93. She edited these, and Amazon published a slim volume of Comer Lafayette's Poems.
Her new "Tommy" resulted in having the pet rescuer instrumental in saving 'Broken Ear' introduce Vicky to "Tommy", suggesting his story might, properly written, make an insightful, instructional and inspirational children's book. Indeed.
Vicky tells of a canine Helen Keller, except Tommy was so handicapped from birth.Read more ›
The illustrations, also by Kaseorg, are equally deserving of this great book and story; they are delightful.
If you haven't read it yet, think about grabbing a copy of 'I'm Listening With a Broken Ear' by the same author - one of my favourite dog books.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Heartbreaking and yet heartwarming! I just wanted to hold that fur baby close.Published 1 month ago by Diane Cooke
Wish my children were small again and we could read it together. It doesn't have much story though, it's subtle. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dr. Cornelia Lind
Tommy was the result of breeding error. I adopted a kitten for the same error. The love this kitten gave to my sons & me throughout his long life was worth every moment I spent... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lady
It's a quick read and a wonderful reminder that life is meant to be lived and that living things are meant to be loved.Published 18 months ago by JeWellen
I like how the writer came up with the cleaver idea of being a ghost writer for Tommy!
I would recommend to all dog and animal enthusiast, this very heart felt story... Read more
Sad start, sweet ending. Tommy is a lucky boy and the Gentle One is a wonderful person. I hope they both have a wonderful lifePublished on July 20, 2014 by Mary Harper
I'm Sophie, age 8. I think anybody would like this book. The little dog is really, really cute. Even if he couldn't see or hear, he still had a happy life. Read morePublished on June 25, 2014 by Amazon Customer