Yes, a wonderful and unique story about a dog. Enjoyed the different environments the dog lived in through his three different lives.
One needs a box of tissues when listening to this book.
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I don't read a lot of fiction, but when I do, I usually go for rich writing that draws me into the story with its beautiful prose. A Dog's Purpose was not that type of book. Though it was a bit on the lighter side and I felt the story dragged in some places, it was still a touching, sweet story of the relationship between dogs and their people. It made me want to hug my dog a little closer and enjoy her time with me here.
The audio book was wonderfully narrated.
an enjoyable book but a bit simple and childish it was perfect for listening inn the hospital after surgery (no thought required)
Ok so despite the fact that I cried repeatedly throughout the book I still loved it. The ending was perfect yet bitter sweet. The narrators tone really made it feel like the dogs were talking.
No. It's well written and well performed, but it's not like "The Art of Driving in the Rain" as far as i'm concerned. There the dog had very mature emotions, thoughts, and point of view. This book has a childlike tone throughout and does not give dogs credit for much mature thought. I'm a dog lover, have two, and volunteer for shelters. It's not about not loving dogs. Quite the opposite; I give them credit for being much more advanced souls than apparently Mr. Cameron does.