Grisham does it again! Great story that keeps your attention.
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I love dogs and really enjoy Chet's antics as well as his ability to read humans.
Made laugh many times and feel that anxious sense for Chet and Berney at different points. Really kept me engaged.
This is a great read and I can't wait for the next one. Hope the author is able to keep up the newness and freshness of the story line.
when she discovered she had a son.
they really bring the characters individual personalities out.
The high suspense parts drew me in and kept me on the edge and anxious for her.
This is a good read. It follows Dean's usual build, suspense, scare, and finally an ending that isn't tragic.
What an incredible book full of insights that are based on sound research. Thomas Stanley, and William Danko, have really hit a home run with this book. Best of all, there is no prieching, just what they learned from their research about how real millionaires live. This book serves as a reality check for many I am sure.
Wow! This is an excellent book that will take you through the range of emotions from laughter to tears, and all in between. Very insightful to even a seasoned dog handler. I couldn't put it down and so I finished it in one weekend.
This book was good, but it seem to drag a bit to much.
I manage a staff of around 30 and found the insights presented in this book to be excellent and highly useful. The author presents his four dimensions of leadership in a unique and inspiring manner in the form of a story. I have held managerial positions in both government and private organizations and feel this book would be equally insightful for executives in both public or private organizations.
I feel somewhat guilty saying anything negative about this book, because it came from the man's heart I am sure. However, this book was hiped up so much at our university, and I felt that it was not all that inspirational. I heard him speak on XM and couldn't wait to download the book from Audible, but the book wasn't near as moving as when Randy was just talking to an audience.
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