the narrator was so good. I loved his emotional reading and voice inflection. I cried several times throughout the story because it felt so real. The author really did an amazing job telling a story from both perspectives the Dog and Its Alpha
Loved this book! It was a great story of the struggles of man and dog after an injury and losing someone you love. It gave a great look into the mindset and capabilities of a dog. I think it made me understand my dog better. Definitely worth reading. Enjoy!
I really enjoyed this book. The ending wasn't alarmingly predictable which was refreshing. I will consider other books from this author. It kept me on my toes near the end and I wanted to hear the ending so badly that I was late to work!
Two wounded souls brought together to learn about life and healing together. Helped me understand my shelter rescue German Shepard better and why some protective traits are also fear that are overcome with inborn. Pack protection traits. The story characters were real and interesting. The suspense kept me reading long after my usual bedtime. Excellent ending.
I really enjoyed this story about a man an his dog. I am a dog lover and taught this to my son. I identified with the main character as he reminded me of my son and his dog
Certainly. I really enjoyed the story and the relationship between the man and his K-9 companion.
None. It was quite different for me.
Very well done. Give it a try.
As a German Shepherd owner, I can attest that Crais gets this exactly right. Loved the information about GSD police and military training. Made me go get a non-fiction book on the subject and it confirms the methods Crais uses in the book. So, good story, great characters and good information make this a real winner.
I Sing Low
Good introduction and character development but then plot seemed to unfold too quickly but enjoyable read.