A remarkable and intimate portrait of Greenwich Village in the fifties. The material on Kerouac, Ginsberg, Lenny Bruce, et al, provides a valuable and highly readable account of that important era. A wonderful and irreplaceable book, gracefully written with a sense of humor as well as of history. — Dan Wakefield, author of
New York in the Fifties
The Daisy Sutra is a deep and touching story of the soul bond of a human being and her dog through death and beyond. How the author discovers that we can communicate with each other, no matter what our species form, opens a gateway for us all to a richer, feeling experience of our life on Earth.
–Penelope Smith, animal communicator and author of Animal Talk: Interspecies Telepathic Communication
Helen Weaver’s story of her beloved dog Daisy will touch the hearts of all dog lovers. Anyone who has a pet they cherish will be inspired by this deeply felt memoir.
–Dan Wakefield, author of Returning: A Spiritual Journey
For anybody who loves dogs, The Daisy Sutra is a treat. For anybody who just loves animals in general, it’s a challenging eye-opener–as well as a touching and charming book, a kind of person-dog love story.
–Michael Korda, author of Another Life