Yes, I would. It is uplifting, a regular person dealing with circumstances largely beyond his control. (and so is the dog!0
Yes, the plot moved well, and did not get boring.
The way he reads adds expression to the words in a way that I might not have thought to consider.
Solving crime needs the touch of a man and dog both damaged by war and crime.
I can finally recommend a "dog story" to my friends: not a sad ending!
I like that Scott was not a whiner and loved the few chapters from Maggie's point of view. It gave me an entirely new impression of my own dog - I always knew she was smarter than anyone ever gave her credit.
by the K9 voice. Dog aficionados will find canine wisdom in sections written from the point of view of the dog, and of course the parallels between the losses suffered by the two protagonists adds some literary extra points.
Military, cops, dogs
yes, and fun to share with husband as we drove. Love how the dog and owner relate!
Good story and great idea to use the dog talk too.
I could not stop listening to this story! The double perspective was effective and added to the emotional depth. The reading was perfect.
I no longer live in Worcester. I now live in Brooklyn, NY.
After I had gone to bed for the night I had to get up to listen to the last 20 minutes of the story....couldn't sleep until I knew the ending. I love Maggie's story. I am recommending this book to everyone I know. What a pleasure!
disappointing I liked the idea of the police dog rehab. Book dragged narration was good
Lagged in action and mystery
Liked the idea of the workingg through their together
Didn't keep my attention.
The story itself.
Not such a monotone voice.
Too many to name.
I hope my next choice is better!
Such a great story of how these awesome dogs give all they are to their partners You could gush a long time about them but this story will show you from the inside how incredible they are when teamed with their Partners. Mr.Crais' understanding of the people who work with these animals and how they become a real team in heart as well as their amazing accomplishments makes this book a must have.
Yes, It was well done.
Well worth my credit Robert Crais is one of my newer favorite writers.
engaging, spellbinding, suspense
I was fully engaged with the personality of Scott and the Dog from the first chapter. The story was well written and kept me on the edge of my seat from beginning to end. I would like to read more of this character. When the book ended I could hardly wait for the next plot to unfold. Yet I am not sure this will be a seriers. I sure hope so.
The drama of the situation, the anticipation of what would be said next as the story unfolds, his voice inflection added to the suspense.
Give us more.