By James Bowen
Bob Fever has swept the globe, with A highway Cat Named Bob vaulting its option to #7 on The big apple Times bestseller checklist in its first week on sale. With rights bought to 27 international locations all over the world and a best spot at the British bestseller checklist for greater than a yr, this e-book has been a smashing luck worldwide. Now, James Bowen and Bob are again in The global based on Bob―a touching and actual sequel approximately one guy and the cat that modified his existence.
As James struggles to regulate to his transformation from road musician to foreign superstar, Bob is at his part, offering moments of intelligence, bravery, and humor and establishing his human friend's eyes to special truths approximately friendship, loyalty, belief - and the that means of happiness. within the carrying on with story in their lifestyles jointly, James indicates the numerous ways that Bob has been his protector and mum or dad angel via instances of affliction, trouble, even life-threatening chance. As they high-five jointly for his or her crowds of admirers, James is aware that the methods he is taught Bob are not anything in comparison to the teachings he is learnt from his street-wise cat.
Readers who fell in love with Dewey and Marley, in addition to the various lovers who learn A highway Cat Named Bob, can be wanting to learn the following chapters within the lifetime of James and Bob.
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One of many girls all started asking me questions, the standard issues: ‘where do you come back from? ’, ‘how did you find yourself at the streets? ’ I’d advised the tale 100 occasions ahead of prior to now decade. I defined how I’d come to London from Australia while i used to be 18. I’d been born within the united kingdom yet my mom and dad had separated and my mum had taken me along with her whilst she’d moved down less than. We’d moved round much within the following years and I’d turn into slightly a troublemaker. whilst I got here to London I had hopes of creating it as a musician, however it didn’t fairly determine. I’d been staying with my stepsister yet had fallen out together with her husband. I’d all started slumbering on buddies’ sofas yet had ultimately run out of areas to crash the evening. I’d ended up at the streets and it have been downhill from there. I’d experimented with medicinal drugs sooner than but if I turned homeless it turned a lifestyle. It used to be the single technique to block out the truth that i used to be lonely and that my existence used to be screwed up. It anaesthetised the soreness. whereas we have been conversing we handed a development close to Waterloo Bridge the place I remembered dozing a couple of times. ‘I didn’t use it often,’ I informed the girl, pointing it out. ‘One evening whereas i used to be crashing available in the market one other man received robbed and had his throat slashed whereas he slept. ’ She checked out me ashen-faced. ‘Did he die? ’ she stated. ‘I don’t be aware of. I simply ran away,’ I stated. ‘To be sincere, you simply fear approximately making it throughout the evening your self. It’s each guy for himself. That’s what lifestyles at the streets reduces you to. ’ the lady stood there simply taking a look at the entrance for a second, as though she used to be asserting a short, silent prayer. After approximately an hour and a part, we made it to the 1st preventing off aspect – the Hispaniola floating eating place at the Embankment at the north facet of the Thames. I helped myself to a couple of the soup on supply whereas Bob lapped up a few milk that somebody had kindly looked after out for him. i used to be feeling beautiful confident concerning the entire factor and was once already totting up the miles that I’d performed – and the way many extra have been to return. yet then, as we have been keeping off the send, we had a little a setback. maybe simply because he’d been refuelled or maybe simply because he knew that my leg nonetheless wasn’t a hundred in keeping with cent, Bob had made up our minds to stroll off the boat. As he padded his method down the ramp, correct to the top of his lead, he walked directly into one other the large factor vendor who was once bobbing up the walkway with a puppy, a Staffie. It immediately went for Bob and that i needed to bounce in entrance of it with my legs and arms out to forestall him lunging at Bob. To be reasonable to the opposite man, he gave his puppy a true dressing down or even gave him a slap at the nostril. Staffies do get a nasty popularity for being violent, yet I don’t imagine this one used to be. He used to be simply being curious, no longer evil. regrettably, besides the fact that, it freaked Bob out a piece. As we resumed our stroll he wrapped himself round me tightly, partially via anxiety yet in general since it was once his approach of insulating himself opposed to the chilly. there has been a bone-chilling mist emerging off the Thames. a part of me desired to name it an evening and take Bob domestic.