The story line kept me involved and it had a happy ending.
same as above
I would take Chance.
I like to read stories about dogs, mysteries that are a little but humorous, stories about relationships that are not too explicate, Christian fiction and stories revolving around knitting and quilting.
Yes. This was recommended to me by another dog lover. I will definitely pass along the recomendation!
Running in the Rain
You'll have to find out for yourself!
Susan's human characters are very realistic.
I would listen to this again if I could listen to it with my husband. That is because it's such a good book I would like to share it with the one I love the most. I am sure he would enjoy it as well.
Many of the moments that were the most memorable for me are also things that if I told, I would ruin the surprise of them. In other words, there were things in the story that were surprises, that had me wondering how it was going to turn out, and not knowing in advance and having them be a surprise was a part of those memorable moments, and was the reason they were so memorable.
It was actually read by two men--there was no Christina (who I imagine is a woman) reading this book. Despite that, I thought they did a fine job of "acting" their parts. They brought more character to the story.
Yes, but again, I don't want to say what it was and spoil the story.
This story is definitely a feel good story, but it doesn't ignore some of the brutal realities of lives for pit bulls. It actually gave me a better understanding of the stereotypes against pit bulls and how powerful against their lives those stereotypes can be.
I would recommend this book to anyone. I loved it.
This book is funny & sad & uplifting. Even non-dog lovers will enjoy it. I loved the correlation between the dog & the humans struggle to find a new self.
I particularly like how the sad parts were dealt with through the dog’s eyes in a matter of fact manner that just stated “this how it is – this is my life & I accept it”.
The performance of the readers was very appropriate & I enjoyed their narration very much.
I could easily have listened to this book in one sitting, but had to stop a few times to regain my composure before I could start listening again.
I was worried about listening to this book as I find it difficult to deal with anything sad which involves animals (particularly dogs). But this book is well worth the emotion!
Retired former trial and corporate lawyer practicing his craft for over 40 years. Loves legal thrillers, mysteries, and dog related stories.
Better than expected
Chance - the pit bull. His reflections on life mirror those of all of us who have struggled to survive on occasion.
When Chance was put in the pit bull ring the last time.
It took me several chapters to fully engage with the two primary characters as this was my first experience listening to a book about pit bulls. I thought the author did a wonderful job with the perspective of the dog ("Chance") and the ending was.................well, you will have to listen to it but I promise you will like this book. It wasn't quite as good in my opinion as "The art of racing in the rain" but came close.
A story started with rage, evolved to the encounter of a perfect chance, fate perhaps for two species at the time when a void desperately needed to be filled by one with an infinite capacity to fulfil. Peppered with bits and pieces of happy moments, the unlikely bond developed between the man and the dog. The whole story has a feel-good end that made me leapt with joy that I couldn't contain. Good read.
The way she had the dogs pov and Adam's pov in their own voice.
None that I remember...
Absolutely...YES! I couldn't walk away.
I loved this book and I would recommend it to anyone...and I have.
As a dog lover it is right up there with the best but it is a predictable story though well read.
none come to mind
The dog because I would know what he likes
I enjoyed this book mostly because of the two readers; one voice for the man, one voice foir the dog.
The story was engaging and easy to follow. Transitions between characters was not annoying.
love to read, read a lot, mostly mysteries, historic fiction and a bit of sci-fi
This is a story that could be saccharine in someone else's hands, but Susan Wilson's characterizations really bring the story to life. She has a sharp eye for detail and her main characters are quite believable. Narrator Fred Berman is impressive! I enjoyed the listen a lot and actually have purchased the written version of the book for family members who aren't yet audiophiles.