Friday, July 12, 2013

Dog and Butterfly: Letters Home by John Philip Riffice

From John Philip Riffice, critically acclaimed author of Waiting For Pops, comes a poignant story of fate and the beguiling art of moving on. After his brother's untimely passing, Cam Freeland takes in his sister-in-law and four year-old nephew, Charlotte and Jimmy, just until they get on their feet and find a place of their own. But that day never comes. Cam enjoys having them in his life, and they enjoy being there. Cam raises Jimmy almost as though the boy were his son, forming a bond of love, respect, and friendship that will last beyond a lifetime. In doing so, young Jimmy slowly discovers that his uncle Cam is far nobler than he could have ever imagined, a stand-up guy in every respect. Except one. Cam has a skeleton in his closet, one which shames him terribly, and fate calls on Jimmy to investigate further. He does, and the secret he uncovers surprises him. And so does the next. And the next after that. But the biggest revelation of all lies in Jimmy's discovery that fate controls every aspect of his life and that there are no accidents and there are no coincidences, just as Uncle Cam had always told him.


This book is heart-warming and up-lifting. It is very well done. It really isn't something I would usually read but I am glad I gave it a chance because I enjoyed it very much.

I highly recommend this book.

If you want to purchase Dog and Butterfly: Letters Home by John Philip Riffice you can at

I am giving this 4 out of 5

                                              *I received a free copy of this ebook for my honest review*

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