Thoroughly enjoyed A Dog's Journey and A Dog's Purpose, before it.
Being a guy totally devoted to each of my dogs through my adult life, I know how important they have each been to me, my wife and our children.
It's been a real pleasure to listen to Cameron's stories, perfectly narrated, by the way, describe a dog's relationship with "their people" from the dog's perspective. As I watch my current and beloved dog, Daisy, begin to show her age, I hope that listening to these books will soften my sadness when I must say goodbye.
A must listen set of books for all dog lovers.
The book was awesome the most memorable time of the book was when the puppy dies on the end and meets with all the people he loved it was soooo cute
I though it was a poor effort to pick up on A DOGS PURPOSE
the story itself is monotonous
voice is old (the dog is young)
The narrator was outstanding. I could lose myself in the story and completely believe the dog was thinking his thoughts.
I loved everything about this book and the first book, A Dog's Purpose. I just really loved the premise of this story and "A Dog's Purpose". I found myself looking at my own dogs and wondering "what if?"
I have only listened to this and A Dog's Purpose. The performance was perfect for both.
I especially liked Max and his determination to be tough in spite of his size.
I really appreciated that adoption of shelter dogs and rescue was shown in such a positive light.
This and A. Dogs Purpose are two of my favorite.
The fact that the dog is always tuned into Clarity yet accepts the fact the he or she can love other humans.
After Clarity almost dies and her best friend and dog are there for her after for a long time.
Laughter, tears, smiles and sighs occur during your listen to this continuation of what all pet lovers hope is true...the objects of our slavish devotion will return to us later in life, perhaps in a different breed, but their acceptance, their love of us continues through time until we join them on the other side of the rainbow bridge.
If you are a dog lover this is a great story. Even if you are not crazy about dogs, it addresses how we move along the spiritual continuum.
He has such an earnest voice for the dogs. It was amazing.
Cried at the sad points but laughed at the whimsical reflections of the dog.
I did not read the print version.
I loved part 1, A Dog's Purpose but A Dog's Journey was even better.
I loved all of it. There were moments that were very sad but you knew it wasn't over yet.
The narrator was awesome. He has a warm fuzzy voice that is perfect for a warm fuzzy animal.