Emotive

Narrated by: George Kuch
Length: 7 hrs and 13 mins
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Emotive is a tale of life, love, compassion, and the pursuit of happiness as told through the eyes of the story's narrator, Linus. Linus is a puppy living in a small city located in the rolling hillsides of upstate New York. As the abnormalities of his owner Sam are all he knows since birth, he gains a perspective of unyielding acceptance and love towards the man who feeds him, takes him to the park, and murders women in his basement.

©2016 Kevin Laymon (P)2018 Kevin Laymon

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Unique story from a great perspective.

I’m a huge dog lover so the story being from linus’ perspective was great. The amalgamation of crime story and pets life was uniquely amazing. I loved being able to know what Linus felt in every situation he was put it. I immersed myself into this listen and I was treated with all the feels.

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Made me physically ill.

I love dogs and I like stories about serial killers. So I thought what? Both topics in one book? Awesome! However I should’ve stopped reading after the first case of animal abuse. The graphic descriptions of this dog being beaten, shot, stabbed, attacked by another dog... I finished reading only because I wanted to know how the author finished this dreadfully upsetting story. Although the story came full circle, and good wins over evil in the end, I still wish I’d never read the story because those graphic images are going to stay in my mind. And why in the world is there a dachshund in the picture? The dog in the book is a shaggy retriever type.