The innocence in the narration, the absolute honesty of the character. The narration is also very good, very true to the main character.
The three friends, driving with great music, feeling infinite.
Charlie, it's always fun to be able to talk to someone who speaks his mind openly... upon asking a lot of questions, of course.
The narration, it felt very plain, so I got bored... I got great advice from this book, but I couldn't finish it since I was afraid to fall sleep while driving.
Did not finished this book.
I didn't linke the narrator, it felt too dull. However, the book has great advice. It doesn't translate well from book to audiobook in the chapters where there are practical exercises to apply in the reader's life.
People in need of truthful advice, not only "quick fixes", as the author explains.
I loved having the point of view of a dog, as he got to witness several important moments of his family's life. From a loving, honest and really wise perspective... the perspective of one who cannot talk, but only to watch and listen.
I really liked Enzo's personality, I thought it was gonna be a sweet puppy kind of dog, but he was really wise, loved, got mad, etc. I loved the complexity of his character.
No, I haven't.
Loved this book, got into my "favorites" list. I would like to point that it is not a "Marley" kind of story, as some people tried to put it when I read the reviews: I really liked Marley, but Enzo is a way more complex character, and the problems he and his family go through are WAY harder. I really got to love Enzo, I see my own Jack Russell in a whole new perspective now.
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