A Life Well Lived

September 18th, 2009 by Robin Reynolds

“Treasure the people who can see you for who you really are.” ~ Maxim #3

“Life to the Max” is a loving story about a dog named Max. The story is told from his perspective so it is filled with humor and love. For half the book I had a grin on my face and even laughed out loud. The second half of the book deals with the realities of aging and yet even the ending was filled with adventure and fun because Max is reunited with one of his doggie friends. This book would be perfect for anyone who has lost a dog to illness and is trying to understand why this has happened to them. As Robin Reynolds tells the story (told to her by Max) she also includes maxims that are easy to remember. I think you will love this book, especially if you are a pet owner. ~ The Rebecca Review

By Rebecca Johnson “SeasonedwithLove.com” (Washington State)

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