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A Year in the Lives

"You must read God's Furry Angels first..."

Feb. 3, 2020 - Five out of five stars at goodreads.com

 

This book was harder to read because it kept referring back to the previous book God's Furry Angels. It would have been better without those references. I did enjoy how it ended and look forward to the third book to see just which animal will come to their aid when it is needed later. You must read God's Furry Angels first to make heads or tails of the first part of the story.

- Sonnia Weikel at goodreads.com

"the perfect complement..."

Jan. 31, 2020 - Five out of five stars at Amazon.com and goodreads.com

 

A Year in the Lives of God's Furry Angels by Kirby Lee Davis is the perfect complement to the book, God's Furry Angels. This particular book provides much more detail about our favorite felines and their human friends. Don't miss the opportunity to read this book after enjoying God's Furry Angels.

- Dana Davis

"An awesome read"

Sept. 12, 2018 - Five out of five stars at goodreads.com

 

An awesome read following the Gods Furry Angels characters for a year in their lives...fixing to read it again!!

- Chris at goodreads.com

"Another beautiful book"

May 11, 2018 - Five out of five stars at goodreads.com and Amazon.com.uk

 

Kirby Lee Davis has produced another beautiful book with yet more stunning photos. A perfect present for any pet lover. A perfect present for a child of God.

- Julia Wilson, christianbookaholic.com

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