This is a short book about grief. It is beautifully written and details in depth the struggle of letting go of a loved one. The book covers the last three days that the author spent with his pet cat Marcel. During this time period Jan has to come to terms not only with the fact that his beloved cat is dying but that in order to be kind he must help the process. The inner struggle is real and heart felt. The writing is eloquent and worthy of the deepest relationship. This would be a good read for someone struggling with grief who needs to have that grief validated.
2 thoughts on “A World Without Color by Bernard Jan”
This already sounds heartbreakingly sad from the description. 😿
Grief can be so difficult to write or read about because it varies so greatly. I hope reading this gives comfort to those in need of it.