|Statement||photographs by Keith Carter ; afterword by Greil Marcus.|
|LC Classifications||TR727 .C37 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||95020033|
The heaven of animals is a magical place. Angels know every dog's favorite game; cats bask in their own rays of sunshine; horses thunder across the sky. The loss of a pet is heartbreaking. But in the heaven of animals, the love you have for your animal friends lives on/5. But, in the heaven of animals, the love you have for your pet lives on. "When angels whisper in animal ears, it is your voice that each animal hears." I hope this book offers readers of all ages comfort as they grieve the loss of a beloved animal friend. To purchase The Heaven of Animals, please feel free to follow any of the links below. The Heaven of Animals by award-winning author David James Poissant is one of those short story collections in which, as soon as you've read one of the stories, you immediately turn the page to start the next. His characters, all wrestling with damaged relationships, break the reader's heart/5(51). In each of the stories in this remarkable debut, award-winning writer David James Poissant explores the tenuous bonds of family—fathers and sons, husbands and wives—as they are tested by the sometimes brutal power of love. His strikingly true-to-life characters have reached a precipice, chased there by troubles of their own making/5.
Brief Summary of Book: The Heaven of Animals by David James Poissant Here is a quick description and cover image of book The Heaven of Animals written by David James Poissant which was published in You can read this before The . " The Heaven of Animals is an extraordinary debut from Florida author David James Poissant - a Venn diagram of the miraculous and the absurd. Humankind has just begun to scratch the surface of the great intelligence our animals have, and hopefully you will get a deeper insight into the sometimes complex minds of our beloved friends in the animal kingdom. This book will explore through research as well as personal stories the help, bravery, love, and loyalty these wondrous creatures afford us. The Heaven of Animals. By James L. Dickey. Here they are. The soft eyes open. If they have lived in a wood. It is a wood. If they have lived on plains. It is grass rolling. Under their feet forever.
" The Heaven of Animals might remind readers of two stylistically disparate story collections — Richard Ford’s A Multitude of Sins and Amy Hempel’s The Dog of the Marriage — which are surely not bad company to keep." Source: Los Angeles Review of Books/5(51). Ng's nuanced debut novel begins with the death of a teenage girl and then uses the mysterious circumstances of her drowning as a springboard to dive into the troubled waters beneath the calm surface of her Chinese-American family. The Heaven of Animals, award-winning young writer David James Poissant’s stunning debut, has been one of the most-praised story collections of the year. Named one of Amazon’s Best Short Story Collections of , compared to the work of Richard Ford and Amy Hemple in the Los Angeles Review of Books, to Anton Chekhov, Raymond Carver, and George Saunders in the New York Post, and the . This book clearly reveals many scriptures telling us animals do have a soul and spirit, and they will go to heaven. The book even explains why the animals are to 3/5(4).