POSTED: Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 1:00pm
UPDATED: Sunday, March 25, 2012 - 1:04pm
NEW ORLEANS, LA — What makes a fantasy novel work? Is it how seamlessly the introduction of shape shifters can believably interact within an otherwise normal reality?
My Life as a Dog is the story of a Yorkshire terrier told in first person narrative through the eyes of his human counterpart Drake Martin. Shape-shifting his way through crime solving, the protagonist’s fluffy alter ego finds his way into the arms of a little girl, Kady. A bond is made. Drake watches her grow through the faithful eyes of a loving pet.
After Kady is grown and leaves the family home, the Yorkie runs away to morph back into his crime-solving lifestyle. A chance reunion of the two some years later lends an intriguing twist where puppy love becomes something more.
To read the remaining review of this novel in Where Y’at Magazine, click here .
Cynthia and Mike Arsuaga (New Orleans)
Secret Cravings Publishing