I didn't have any trouble with the accents and Im kind of surprised a lot of other people did. The story was good but there was too much jumping around between characters and between generations for me to keep up with. I have a hard time with any book that has a lot of characters. At the end when they focused only on the two main characters and only in one time frame I really started to get interested but then soon after it was the end.
The story is like a scary and weird fairy tail. I don't care for that kind of story and didn't realize that was what it was going to be like. It did keep my attention and was well written though.
Something more grounded.
Not for me.
I did not read the print version.
I loved part 1, A Dog's Purpose but A Dog's Journey was even better.
I loved all of it. There were moments that were very sad but you knew it wasn't over yet.
The narrator was awesome. He has a warm fuzzy voice that is perfect for a warm fuzzy animal.
All of it. It was kind of weird and torturous.
I love Colin Firth. He has a great voice.
Just downright dull.
Yes, because you get to here the voice of Owen Meany. At first the voice he uses for Owen Meany is weird and that is what the characters in the book also think but then the voice grows on you and you grow to love him as do the characters in the book.
I dont know if I could have truly experienced the character of Owen Meany without the voice.
This book mad me laugh and made me sad at times.
This book had so many facets to it. There is friendship, faith, history, miracles, love and mystery and it all comes around and makes an amazing, complete circle. I can't believe I had never heard of this book. Owen Meany's name will always be locked in my head just like Atticus, Scout and Boo Radley from "To Kill a Mockingbird" and Amir and Hassan from "The Kite Runner".
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