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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00B6QLCM2
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- Average Customer Review: 14 customer reviews
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Tails Are Wagging on Crete Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Got tired of How Bad the Cretans were with animals.......
Kept on putting it down and then picking it up thinking it would get better.......
Edna Williams (age over 60)
Good tale, though, and told in an interesting style.
I was a bit confused about the journey to Crete expecting more about it and more detail but not sure why and the paragraph that links the cruelty to the Ottomans is a tad tenuous for me and it would have best been left out. There are many Greek's who love their pets and care for them dearly but in a harsh landscape and when people are poor then this may influence them more. Many countries don't care for dogs and its not all based upon religion and so this is my reason for best leaving this out but guess Freida is searching for a reason, she likes the Cretans but can't understand some of their attitudes to animals, which is more linked to the harsh conditions some people live under.
I think the author needs to reconcile herself with the Cretan attitude to animals otherwise I think its going to have a negative influence on her life in Crete.
Other than that issue the book was very readable and heart breaking and its given me plenty of thought to the plight of animals in Crete which is what I guess the book is all about?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very negative view of Crete.Barely one good word to say about the Cretans excepting the vet.It seemed to me that the writers thought of themselves as do-gooders and did not wish... Read morePublished 23 months ago by ann fletcher
I really am enjoying reading this book I am nearly at the end so hope theres a follow up well done xxPublished on 2 May 2014 by sue hooper
Excellent book,although harrowing to read,its good to know there are people out there who can help theses defenceless animals .Published on 30 Oct. 2013 by MRS GL GREEN
I Couldn't put the book down. So many mixed emotions reading their story.Tears over Amber. Where are they now?Thank you.Published on 6 Oct. 2013 by lesley burn
Well written, heartbreaking, at times very funny a book that you feel is compelling reading. I DEFINITELY would read a second book if there will be one written.Published on 30 Aug. 2013 by john weir