“The Art of Racing in the Rain”

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My wife and I lead very busy lives like many couples. One thing we like to do as a couple is read books out loud to each other. (I guess it must be the teachers in us.) We recently read a book that was on point in my field of work: “The Art of Racing in the Rain” by Garth Stein. If you would like a quick read that brings to life the world of a dog from his/her perspective, this would be a great book. My wife and I enjoyed the book thoroughly because it involved the life of a dog, “family issues,” and the “legal system.” We initially did not realize this would be a book dealing with child custody issues but as we read page by page the realization was clear. The author did an excellent job crafting this book in terms of making the reader connect with the characters and provided an excellent glimpse of what can take place in a custody battle. I would highly recommend this book to any animal lover.

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  1. Sarah
    Mar 12, 2012 @ 15:00:22

    Something that always bothered me while reading The Art of Racing in the Rain was how Zoe’s grandparents stooped to manipulating the system (trying to bankrupt Denny through court costs, framing him) in order to gain complete custody of their granddaughter. Is it really possible for custody battles to get that nasty?

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    • Junior Pulayya
      Mar 17, 2012 @ 21:50:00

      Yes, Custody Battles can be very nasty and highly emotional. However, a portion of parents tend to reslove matters in a civil matter.

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