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Really amazing book! When James Bowen found an injured, ginger street cat curled up in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, he had no idea just how much his life was about to change.
James was living hand to mouth on the streets of London and the last thing he needed was a pet. He slowly nursed Bob back to health and then sent the cat on his way, imagining he would never see him again. Its not a 'woe is me' book. There is a positive undertones from the beginning to end. And, its an easy read. Is this the best written non-fiction book I've read? Not really, but I did love to read how much love a cat can bring into a persons life.
The way James Bowen describes his relationship with Bob, not as just a pet, but as a companion you really trust and care about reminded me of myself and my two cats.
This is a story about one man, his cat, and their continuing friendship In fact, I'm afraid if Hollywood options it for a movie, it would be just horrendously cutesy-wutesy, lacking any substance. The gist is Bowen is a recovering heroin addict earning a meager living as a busker, in the U.
Returning home one night, he finds an injured ginger tomcat outside his flat. Growing up with cats, he decides to take it in and nurse it back health. Bowen tries to keep himself distant from the cat, as it is a stray and could leave at any time, but he winds up getting attached to the little fella. One day, Bob joins Bowen while he busks and draws a big crowd and the money begins to roll in. Life is good but soon he and Bob start getting threats from the locals.
Bowen decides he is finally going to take the steps to improve his life for good. He's slowly going to taper off the methadone and get himself a proper job working for Big Issue Magazine, a homeless assistance program.
Bowen realizes that not only he has t accept responsibility for himself but for Bob too. I absolutely loved this book! It's the perfect read for the approaching holidays. I am so glad that I saw this book in my local bookstore and I asked for it at my local library. Bowen's writing is very straightforward. He accepts responsibilty for how his life went off the rails.
It was ugly and describes his follies unflinchingly. Bowen shows the restorative power of pets. They can sense your mood and can help you. If you show them respect, they'll show you respect. Bob is such a smart cat and I love how Bowen describes Bob as his tether to the real world as he was going through his methadone withdrawal. Bob was his saviour; the kick in the butt he needed to permanently get on the road to recovery.
I loved it!! The title says it all: this the uplifting story of a beautiful ginger tom whose companionship gives purpose to the life of an aimless street musician. It's not all purring and fluffiness, however. There are some tough themes such as homelessness, poverty, drug addiction and mental illness, as well as a harrowing depiction of methadone withdrawal. Nonetheless, the bond between man and cat withstands all, and together they triumph over every adversity.
Both James and Bob emerge as very likeable. If you've ever loved a cat, you may see your own feline friend reflected in loyal, intelligent, irrepressible Bob. Nothing bad happens to the cat.. THE simply most beautiful and heart-warming story I've ever read is about a stray cat and a 'stray' man finding each other in the streets of London and how they help each other. A story of an extraordinary friendship. Someone said on the net, it's a love story and it is.
So enjoyed this story of a young homeless man living on the streets of London with a ginger tabby. Now the busy tourist and neighbors - the public - saw James, chatted with him, actually felt something for him.
Bob, the cat, humanised the man who was with him, and helped James turn his life around. Being a Bristish book, I found the different use of words very interesting. James simple and "honest" approach of the story was refreshing. The overall point being how profoundly James life was saved, maybe? A charming and genuine story about the relationship between a recovering drug addict and his cat and how they saved each other's lives. A frank and honest look at life on the streets in London, the difficulties of busking for a living and the ins and outs of selling the "Big Issue" magazine.
A lot of folk have complained about the quality of the writing but I don't have a problem with it. This isn't literary fiction or an academic work. This is a story about a man and his cat. I thought that it was a great read. It says we are all given second chances every day of our lives.
When Bob is well again, James expects that he will return to his life on the streets, but Bob has other ideas. When the cat follows James onto a bus one day, James begins to think that perhaps the two of them can make a life together. It humanized me. In some ways it was giving me back my identity. I had been a non-person; I was becoming a person again.
James is a street musician struggling to make ends meet. Bob is a stray cat looking for somewhere warm to sleep. When James and Bob meet, they forge a never-to-be-forgotten friendship that has been charming readers from Thailand to Turkey.
A Street Cat Named Bob is an international sensation, landing on the bestseller list in England for 52 consecutive weeks and selling in 26 countries around the world. When street musician James Bowen found an injured cat curled up in the hallway of his apartment building, he had no idea how much his life was about to change.