A World Without Color by Bernard Jan (Book Review #337)

A World Without Color is an emotional novella about Marcel, the beloved cat, and Bernard, the owner of this beautiful animal. Bernard shares the last three days of Marcel’s life in what I found to be a very touching story.

The author’s emotions and the way he expresses what he endures was very raw and authentic. I felt as though, I was there as the third person and grieved as he grieved. The true love felt between the two was stunning. The work reached unsuspected depths of emotional turmoil, and the literature represented it a very lovely way.

The only thing I would improve would be the ending. I believe a story that is real, surely can end with a tangible ending as well.

I believe the reason why this book stands out is that nothing about it felt fabricated. If you are an animal lover, you will really enjoy reading this book and understand how it is to love an animal.

In addition, I really like the name of the book. Life truly does lose its color when you lose your love.

Written by Jeyran Main

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