If dog is man’s best friend, get ready for a wild pack of new best friends in Gordon Frisbie’s Echoes in the Stars. There is no doubt that boisterous Boo is the pilot in this high-altitude tale, but everyone she meets, both human and canine, helps paint the lively picture of her sunny days. Many readers will identify with the qualities Boo brings to her human—bravery, companionship, an unending sense of curiosity, and a sense of purpose—in the connection they share with their own fur babies.
Captivating & Compelling
Top-notch writing weaves a solid story of the author’s adventures and misadventures with Boo and his other dogs, known collectively as “the girls.” The writing style is as captivating as it is compelling, giving readers a “You Are There” flavor that’s both immediate and immersive.
Additionally, the author’s expertise in matters geographical, marine, meteorological, botanical, woodsy, and doggies is extensive – and often hilarious. The “taco bed.” Welcome to “nature’s revenge.” Why fishing near willows and camping beneath spruce trees are both bad ideas. “Human obedience.” “Cow vision.” Life in a townhome “cluster” and “fifteen-point turning skills.” Fishing during a summer blizzard: “It was the dumbest thing Boo had ever seen.”