This book was great -- enjoyable "read". It really gave me an appreciation for our American history and our American way of life. I never want to loose what I have -- even if we have to put up with idiots who don't believe in the Constitution and the real freedoms it provides us.
I am surprised that this book has not gotten more attention. One Good Dog is easy to get into and I didn't want to stop listening as it moves along comfortably predictable without the sentimentality that often slithers its way into dog books. "Predictable" isn't meant to be a negative.
There are two stories entwined into one -- the story of Adam March???s fall from grandeur and the story of a mixed Pitt Bull???s rise to the status of pet. The story takes the listener first through what happens in human terms and then changes to the situation through the eyes and thoughts of the Pitt Bull. The narrative from the dog's view was great -- I can picture his looks and can imagine him actually thinking that way.
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