The Dogs of Pilothead Sound has been by far the best book I have ever read.  It made me laugh, mad, happy, sad, and burst into tears.  I have never read a book that was so moving.  Cass, Father Mario, Justin, Kippie, Marten, Cato, Jon, and many other characters make up this story.  There is another story going on.  It’s about Abel who is also going through something in his life as well along with friends he left behind.  I love the way the story started and ended.  C.S. Walkingheart put a lot of thought and love from his heart into this book.  He shows that the spirit can show you where to go.  He shows you that even though you think you don’t like someone, your feelings about that person can change.  Don’t judge by appearance as in the case of Cass and Marten. The story is about Cass, a burned out Painter/Artist.  He is spiritually in need of something more.  His friends don’t understand where and why he is leaving.  He moves to Pilothead Sound.  A wonderful place of people with mixed Native American tribes in one area.  His move changes the rest of his life and the life of others around him.  I really think this book personally should be in print but it is only available in e-book format.  By reading this book, I felt connected to the characters and their stories.  I felt like they were family, like they were sitting in my living room talking to me telling everything going on.  The book is that detailed.  I would have to say the end gets me choked up.  An unexpected friend ship starts and a bond is finally forged.  This book is very moving and is a must have for every reader in my opinion.  I was in awe over the relationship between Cass and Marten that I stayed on the edge of my seat.  I plan on reading the next part to the book once it is released.

My Review Rating for this book on a 1-5 star scale I would have to give this book a 5 star rating.

FTC Disclosure:  I received this book for free from Readers Spoiles and Author C.S. Walkingheart for this review.  The opinions in this review are unbiased and reflect my honest judgment.