by Garth Stein, HarperCollins 2008, 321 pages.
I’m giving this FIVE (5) pieces of pie! + !!!!!!
I can’t defend it as some great piece of literature nor can I deny it if someone else says it is. I, me, myself all agree – this was perfect for all of us.
Dog as narrator. CHECK.
Positive philosophies. CHECK.
Moving story / awesome characterization / well-paced action/ believable dialog / descriptive language / other valued whatevers. CHECK.
I cried. I laughed. I identified.
I looked at my own dog and wondered…. (nah, my dog is not as smart as Enzo;
or maybe he is…)
Do I think you will love it? I have no clue. You want to know more about it? Go click on these links:
at Amazon, a sample other review from Jill/Softdrink/Fizzy Beverage – I could have sworn she rev’d this but I couldn’t find it!,
update… FOUND IT! (not really, Jill helped: Fizzy Bev’s review.)
an endearingly excessive but understandable gushing from Hey Lady Trish, the review that made me finally open the darn thing, the awesome incredible blogger that awarded me this wonderfulness: Jessica,
what? you need more?!?!?
ok… here’s the link to the awesome Book Blog Search Engine’s results: CLICK HERE
or, the official site.
(I’m really out of practice with this reviewing thing, huh?!)