The World According to Bob: The further adventures of one man and his street-wise cat Hardcover – 4 Jul 2013
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Bowen writes with compelling, brutal honesty. Ranging from heartbreakingly sad to laugh-out-loud funny, The World According To Bob is a life-affirming story of sheer human strength in the face of adversity. (Daily Express)
The second installment from one of north London's most loved double acts ... The long-awaited sequel picks up where the first book left off, telling the story of what happened to this odd couple of cool cats after their initial success. (Evening Standard)
Close proximity to animals does wonders for your mental health. Close proximity to this book will do wonders for it, too. (Daily Mail)
The sequel to the bestselling A STREET CAT NAMED BOB continues the remarkable adventures of James and Bob showing - through new stories - how Bob's extraordinary street wisdom has shown James the meaning of friendship, loyalty, trust - and happiness.See all Product Description
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Having enjoyed James' first book so much, I was delighted that a second one had been published but a little nervous that sequels can sometimes be disappointing. How wrong could I have been. This is even better. It's written with a lot more confidence, which James obviously is starting to have in himself and that is wonderful. Bob is still the amazing cat that will happily ride on public transport, walk around the city streets and fight off muggers yet still does cat things like bring in gifts of dead mice and live frogs.
I'm really starting to believe that there is 'Karma' but, in James' case, it may be backwards as what he and Bob are doing now for the Blue Cross and the homeless charities are the 'good deeds' that he initially thought he was rewarded for, but couldn't remember, was meeting Bob.
I'm a fan of 'The Big Issue' and my husband and I regularly buy from our local seller, yet I'm appalled at the treatment James received and reported in this book. The support you're still getting from him is honorable but get your act together!
Both James and Bob are adorable! I can't wait to get my hands on Book 3.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased as a present, I have received thanks and a request to get a sequel for the next present.
Book was not in as good a condition as I would have like, but for the money no real complaintsPublished 23 days ago by lesley
It is all it is advertised to be. Easy to read and a good book for a holiday readPublished 1 month ago by Sheffield