Egy kutya négy élete
Publish date: 2012
Pages no: 352
Edition language: Hungarian
Series: A Dog's Purpose (#1)
Warning: Don’t read this book unless you are prepared for all the feels. I don’t even consider myself a ‘dog’ person and I wept several times through this. SUMMARY A dog is born. He lives. He dies. He is reborn. Again. And again. Along the way he learns what his true purpose is. PLOT The dog goe...
Even though I'm a huge dog lover, I wasn't prepared to like this book halfway through. It's charming enough, but for me, it would cross over from cute to corny quite often. I'm not about the author's intent, but a lot of the events were bittersweet for me, leaning more towards bitter, as I found mys...
This is hilarious and heartbreaking at the same time. If I didn't know any better I would swear this was actually written by a dog.
Although this is a work of fiction, it once again visits the premise of animals having souls, in this case: a dog who is reincarnated many times. Through it all, it tries to ferret out its life purpose (hence, the book's title). You could look at this as many short stories that are spread out over i...
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