The Cat Who Saved Books by Sosuke Natsukawa

The Power Of The Story

The Cat Who Saved Books by Sosuke Natsukawa (Translated by Louise Heal Kawai) is a powerful book about books. It is also a journey of self-discovery and growing in character.

We learn the value of books. They are to be savored. They are written to be read and not locked away in display cases, never to be touched again. Stories can teach us things. They can also fire up our imaginations.

We see that the richest people are those who have friends. The love of money will always lead to dissatisfaction as we strive to get more, more, more. “Once you got thinking about money there was no end to it.” When the grasping of money rules your life, you will never have enough.

In contrast, to have compassion is priceless. We need to be able to see life through the eyes of others.

I really loved The Cat Who Saved Books and read it in just one sitting. I cannot wait to read more by this author.

I received a free copy via Net Galley. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.

JULIA WILSON

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