I thought the book was hackney and the ending abrupt. I think there was room for more storyline development. I.e. the mom, the dad, the whole striker story and birdie becoming more of sleuth. What was the point of looking for the treasure if only end up throwing the necklace to the alligator, sorry for giving to much away.
Fantastic story and wonderfully told by the dog! very creative writing!
I love it!
This book was wonderful. Spencer Quinn told an engaginging story, but James Frangione's narration brought it to delightful, realistic life! Of course dogs talk--and think--like that! He nailed it! I listened to this children's book as an adult and it has been my favorite read of the summer. Now to purchase it for my 11year old great neice--who just rescued Max.
This is a book about a young girl told from the perspective of her lovable mutt. and boy does it capture the essence of a dog.
I listen to my audio books while walking my dogs at the dog park. The book was enjoyable, held my attention, and made me wonder what my dogs are thinking! I will get the sequel soon. Even though I'm an adult, I felt it was a great book, and recommend it for all ages!
I was very surprised and thrilled with this book. Narrator kept me engaged. Will buy the sequel soon.
Very adventurous. Woof was my favorite character. His thoughts were hilarious.
Great book, I didn't find it predictable at all. The narrator did an excellent job!
I really enjoyed this book. I got lots of laughs out of it. Was great being from the dogs point of view! Made it a lot funnier.
Spencer Quinn is the author of seven previous bestselling Chet and Bernie mystery novels as well as the middle grade novel "Woof". He lives on Cape Cod with his dogs Audrey and Pearl. Keep up with him and with Chet and Bernie by visiting SpenceQuinn.com.