Book Review-The Path to Rainbow Bridge-Debbie De Louise | Miki's Hope

Book Review-The Path to Rainbow Bridge-Debbie De Louise

Friday, November 15, 2019


Any and all pet lovers will absolutely love this short story about what happens after their beloved pets cross the Rainbow Bridge. They patiently wait there until their human comes to visit. Of course there are animals who never had a human but they are safe and comfortable over the Rainbow Bridge as well.

A cat was about to go over the bridge and a welcome party was waiting to greet him--Then a surprise visit from a human came and the surprise of one's cat's life--happy tears came to my eyes!!


About the Book: (from Amazon)

A familiar poem for many pet lovers describes a place called Rainbow Bridge where pets go when they pass on and where their beloved human eventually joins them. If you have ever lost a special animal companion and wondered if Rainbow Bridge actually exists and what it’s like, the answer is imagined in The Path to Rainbow Bridge.

This story, told from the cats’ point of view, takes place during preparations for an incoming resident—a woman named Kate’s elderly Siamese. The cats Kate has bonded with throughout her life also reside on Rainbow Bridge and are happy to welcome the new member of their fur family. However, a big surprise awaits one of them after the new cat arrives.



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About the Author: (from Amazon)


My name is Debbie De Louise. I'm a reference librarian at a public library on Long Island and the award-winning author of the Cobble Cove cozy mystery series. I have a B.A. in English and an MLS in Library Science.

My first novel, a paranormal romance, "Cloudy Rainbow" was written after my beloved cat, Floppy, died from diabetic and liver complications. The book was dedicated to him, and he is featured as a character in it. Cloudy Rainbow was recently reprinted by my publisher with fresh edits, a new cover, and a few updates.

My second novel, the first book of the Cobble Cove mystery series, "A Stone's Throw," is the story of a widowed librarian who visits her husband's hometown and finds a new love with the town's newspaper publisher but also discovers some alarming truths about her husband's death and its connection to the publisher and his family. Along with a variety of characters, there is also a cat and dog who play minor but interesting roles in the novel. The other books in my Cobble Cove series include "Between a Rock and a Hard Place," "Written in Stone," and "Love on the Rocks." I've also published a romantic comedy novella, "When Jack Trumps Ace" and a standalone mystery, "Reason to Die." My latest release is a psychological mystery, "Sea Scope," about a murder at a lighthouse in South Carolina.

I'm a member of International Thriller Writers, Sisters-in-Crime, the Cat Writer's Association, and Long Island Authors Group and have published articles in Cats Magazine and Catnip (Tufts University Veterinary Newsletter). I won the Glamour Puss special award from Hartz Corporation for my Catster.com article, "Brushing your cat for bonding, beauty, and better health," (June, 2016). My short mystery, "Stitches in Time" was published in the Cat Crimes Through Time Anthology, (1999). I have also published several other short stories of various genres in Solstice anthologies. I live on Long Island with my husband, Anthony; daughter, Holly; and our cat, Stripey, Harry, and Hermione.



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5 comments :

Linda Manns Linneman said...

This sounds like such a cute book. I love the cover. Thank you so much for sharing this. God Bless

Lauryn R said...

This sounds like such a fun book to read! I am definitely going to get this, I think it would be great to read about what happens when pets cross the rainbow bridge. Thank you so much for your review!

Brittany Raisor said...

That sounds like a really sweet book! I think we've all wondered what happens when our beloved pets pass, and I'd love to read this.

Christina Gould said...

I've never heard of this book. It sounds nice. Thanks for sharing!

Amy D said...

This looks like a great book gift idea for a friend who just lost her cat. What a wonderful, heartfelt story.

 
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