One Good Dog
Publish date: March 2nd 2010
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
A feel-good story about how when we're lost, all we need is to allow ourselves to be found. Watching Milo and Otis nearly killed me at age 30. I've learned my lesson since, though I did have one unfortunate incident. I asked the recommender about The Cat Who Went to Paris -- possibly my favorite t...
But very quickly, I'd like to thank Audio Book Junkie here @ booklikes for reviewing this & recommending the audio version. Endearing & lovely dog. The guy - well, we'll talk.
Normally, a story about a guy who was raised in foster homes, made it to Harvard to do an MBA and then turned himself into a rich, privileged asshole who manages by fear and is wound so tight that the anger that he feeds daily was bound to explode at some point, wouldn't be my thing. Why should I ca...
Back and forth each chapter we are introduced to Adam and the next to a dog. We know eventually the two will met we just don’t know how or when or what circumstances will bring them together. Each of these living beings are looking for redemption or just “One Good Life”I found refreshing the vo...
This book was a solid four/four and a half. I enjoyed it immensely. Adam is a really easy character to dislike. Wilson did an excellent job of drawing his character and bringing us on the journey to growth and change. I really enjoyed the other main character, Chance. Part of the charm of this b...
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