Life, or should I say lives, through a dogs eyes. This is a good book. The story made me laugh and cry, which I love, and makes me love my wonderful "good" dog even more.
I hadn't ever purchased anything from this author but on a whim decided it was worth a listen. I wasn't disappointed. The narrator did a good job with voices and the authors character development throughout the book was well done. Its one I will listen to again.
No matter if I am listening to a book or reading one, rarely am I brought to tears one moment and then find myself laughing out loud the next yet A Dogs Purpose did just that! A Dog's Purpose is delightful, insightful and quirky. I simply loved it!
I'll read or listen to just about anything. But my true loves are Dean Koontz and Anne Rice.
Yes!!! Such a sweet charming story that held many laughs and many tears.
His narration was cute. I could totally see him being my dog.
BAILEY!! The dog, duh!
Just a wonderful story. It really makes you wonder about your own four leggers :)
Every dog's story
Bailey - How his expression of love were given
Great Reader. Great ability to change his voice just slightly for the different characters.
Sure - if I had the time.
I love my dog even more after reading this - if that's even possible.
The reader was so good...the book came to life!
Too many to name...he brought all of the characters to life.
Of course the dogs!
“I am the wife to a wonderful man, the mom to two sweet doggie boys. I'm all about the dog stories fiction or non!
I would defo recomment this audibook to a friend... It was so engaging and so spot on in terms of dogs, their family and the love between.
Great writing, great narrating, very emotional, I was sad when it ended, but not for long because I had the sequile to start into.
The dog... In all his forms. Was supposed to be the centre and focus and he was, he was funny and sad and Mr. Wilson's emotional narration made it all real.
Many, but when Bailey died, I actually cried.
I loved this book. For someone to write a book that is so real about how a dog sees things, is an amazing job... Since we can't verbally understand each other, Mr. Cameron must have spent YEARS observing dogs and reading into their quirks and quarks.... He did a fantastic job! I am onto A Dog's Journey now then going to get Emmory's Gift too!
Thank-you for sharing this with us!
This was a very different type of book for me to read, and it was a delight. I normally listen to my books when I'm traveling on the road for an hour or two, but I found myself listening to this as I drove around town. It's engaging, and the perspective and plot execution is novel. The narrator was spot on; kudos to him for imbuing our protagonist with humor, insight, puzzlement, and wonder. This is a tear-jerker, but in the nicest way possible. Do not let preconceived notions deter you from trying out this book!
Kea Giles (Asmus)
I recommend this book to anyone, except for those who have recently lost a pet.
Well, I can't say because that would give it away...
Well, the voice of the dogs, and the cadence and erudition.
Yes. Twice the book had me sobbing for about 30 minutes each, but I can't say when because that would give away the story.
I'm really happy I bought this audiobook.