Throughout the book, we are taken from Bill’s experiences at the Rainbow Bridge to David’s experiences with people who really care and understand his grief – and back and forth between the two.
Carrison gives us much more insight into the Rainbow Bridge. Pet people have their own ideas of the Rainbow Bridge, but I for one, will forever see it through the eyes of Bill and David.
I highly recommend reading this book. I also recommend you have a box of tissues ready and waiting when your book arrives. After reading the book, you will probably want to keep a few copies on hand to give to friends who are struggling with their loss. None of us who love and are loved so dearly by our animals need to ever feel like we are alone.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dan Carrison is a well-known author whose books – published by AMACON and Barnes & Noble – have appeared in 23 printings and in 7 languages. He has been a nationally syndicated columnist with The New York Times Syndicate, and he is the founder of . Dan is also an unabashed pet lover. To learn more about the author, the book, and to make a purchase, go to .
ABOUT THE ILLUSTRATOR: Illustrator, Peg DuVal, has worked with clients around the world. She illustrates and designs books, corporate identity packages, and original art for clothing and posters. Her current paintings and graphic design portfolio can be seen at .
My disclosure: I was honored to be asked by Dan Carrison to review “Bill at Rainbow Bridge”. Aside from a copy of the book, any other compensation I received is non-material, emotional, and priceless.