Yes. I didn't expect to love this book. I'm used to hearing a story from two or more people's perspective, but suspect also gave the dog's perspective. Wonderful narration. I never had to rewind to figure out who was speaking to me.
Scott and Maggie both were my favorite characters. I'm almost ashamed to admit that I learned something about interacting with my own dog from this story. My husband hates audiobooks and even he enjoyed listening to snipets of this book.
Yes. Listening to this book helped me paint the bedroom and living room. I never wanted it to end, plus there was always a twist that I wanted to hear played out.
Audible is my #1 in my commuter survival kit. You have put WOW in my day I appreciate all the things I have enjoyed and learned. Thank you !
Great Story kept me on the edge of my seat and touched my heart.
The interaction of Maggie and Scott, both healing each other....
He did good on all characters.
Many moments moved me as the healing process progressed between Man and Dog, but the end really did it to me.
Listen and enjoy.
dad, husband, just a guy
This was Great book. Good suspense. Good storyline. And who does like hero dog's. But the story does make you worry.
Well Maggie was the favorite character. Why? Read or listen to the book. Pack.
No, this was first. the reader is very important to an audio book. And Mr. Andrew's did well.
yes, but I wouldn't and didn't .
if your a guy you'll love this book. Girls? I don't know I'm a guy.
This is a great read. If you're a dog lover, this book gets an extra star lol. If you're not a dog lover, you might change your mind after reading this book!
I thought that I had got the wrong book when the story started from the perspective of a dog. I was going to skip the chapter until it was obvious that this was no ordinary dog tale.
Then, when I started to get emotional about this dog (being a cat person first and not having a pet since I was a kid) I had to check myself. "Why am I getting close to tears? it's just a story about a dog. pull it together, man!"
I finished the audio book, in one sitting. nothing else mattered. I know, pretty ridiculous, right? Not at all!
For me, Robert Crais is a genius. it's my first book I've read that he's authored. and it won't be my last. it is evident in his ability to tell the story from multiple perspectives, including a dog. the dog perspective is literary genius.
MacLeod Andrews is perfect in his delivery. my favourite narrator so far. Great articulation and pace.
You will not be disappointed.