The Puma Years By Laura Coleman is a beautifully written and captivating memoir. If you like reading about human and animal connections? Read this memoir. If you are worried about climate change and the loss of rainforest in South America? Read this memoir. If you like reading a good story about a woman being attracted to love a wild animal? Read this memoir. After reading this astonishing book, you may find it completely changes your life as well. It will without a doubt make you care significantly more about the plight of the large numbers of vanishing wild animals in South America and around the world.
The memoir is a tale of Laura, who, during identity crises, chooses to go exploring in Bolivia. Once they wind up volunteering on a rescued animal park, She was assigned to take care of a female puma, called Wayra.
The author’s excursion lets us imagine that we also could take that journey, that the association with a full life beyond traffic and set rules and expectations is not as distant as we may fear. However, this memoir is not a comfortable, feel good book about volunteering and tracking down another reason in life. The memoir takes you down into the swamp, with mosquitoes, ticks, and botflies.
The Puma Years By Laura Coleman makes you feel the blisters upon blisters, and the mud suppressing between your toes, followed by the diarrhoea and fungus. However, it likewise makes you feel the sandpaper tongue of a puma. The reassurance of a suicidal monkey. The breathlessness of disbelief at the readiness of broken animals picking trust over death. It gives you a firm response to, “What’s the point?”
The authors’ capacity to relate and depict sentiments, events so much more is incredible! The reader is made to sympathize with her pain, just as her joy and love for the animals she really cared for. A portion of the gruesome subtleties of conditions in the jungle will cause your skin crawl, however one is made to appreciate and comprehend her will to remain on the way to help the animals and other people who likewise shared the dedication and love.