Seven Days to Goodbye by Sheri S. Levy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I liked reading Seven Days To Goodbye. It was interesting though I found myself wondering what year it was based in. Trina wavered between being a child and maturing. She was very good at training the dog and in making responsible decisions. However there was a lot of child left in her. Her behavior matched that of a young teen years ago. In today’s world, though, I would have placed her around nine or ten. Sarah too, felt wrong for this year. Since no year was given I’m not going take a star. The story is actually a good one. I like the message that friends can change and grow yet remain friends. I also greatly enjoyed learning all about service dogs.
Overall I think this is a very good book for preteens. I think some teens and dog lovers may also enjoy it. There is no fast language or extreme violence for those who are interested in that.
I was given a review copy, through BookTasters, for review purposes. Opinions expressed are my honest thoughts. Thank you to the author for providing ecopies for review consideration.
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