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Loved this story and it's narrator. This book was recommended to me by a colleague and I enjoyed every disk! The narrator really made you a part of the story.
I loved this book. It was well written, had a good story, and kept me interested the entire time. Made me laugh out loud in my car.
This was a wonderful book, written from the dog's perspective - how clever! It ia a must "read" for all dog lovers. I laughed and cried and now know that my communications with own beloved dogs is getting through. I know that what I "manifest will appear". great story!
Delightful book! Narrator excellent. Made the miles to St Louis pass easily. I highly recommend.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Being recently converted to the joys of dogs (grandmother to four dogs in the past 3 years), previously being only a cat-person, it was really interesting and well-written from the dog's point of view. I found myself laughing, cheering, and emotionally caught-up in the story. Great narration, too.
A well written book. The reading was great. The story and perspective from which it's written is engaging.
Awesome book!! I laughed out loud, I frowned, and yes, I cried a little. This is a must listen. You will not regret it.
I found myself looking forward to listening to this book on tape during my commute home and then driving around the block so I could just finish the next chapter. I loved the book - - and I loved Enzo.
Poignant. It's not as heavy as I thought it would be. It's an easy listen.
I laughed, cried, got chills, and loved every minute of the wonderful experience. As a dog lover, I was able to relate. I recommend this book to anyone and everyone.
Garth Stein is the author of three novels, including the "New York Times" bestseller "The Art of Racing in the Rain" and "How Evan Broke His Head and Other Secrets", and a play, "Brother Jones". He has worked as a documentary filmmaker, and he lives in Seattle with his family.