Felix is so lovable, and you will laugh at his antics. Together with his dog, he soon begins to make sure that his neighbour knows he is there, as he has seen his neighbour, and that man ticks all his boxes. Misbehaving seems to be one way that Felix can get Liam to take notice of him!!
Now Liam.... he is one grumpy man, and this seems to be his way. However, the more time we spend with him, the more we learn about him, and soon know that he is really lonely, and to me he seem afraid to trust his instinct and drop some of his barriers.
It is soon apparent though, that Felix is not happy, and he has brought his house to try and recharge his batteries, and also his mind.. He soon knows that he has to take a good hard long look at his life, and see exactly what he wants to do with it, and if necessary make some changes.
This book was actually thought provoking to me, as it made me stop and think about things and then look at my life and see where it was taking me, and if I needed to change things. It has been a while since a book has done this to me.