A Dogs Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron Review

A Dog’s Purpose is a truly wonderful book. I fell in love with this dog. I cried a couple of times while reading. It reminded me of all the wonderful dogs I have had in my life. And it helped me remember just WHY dogs are such lovable, magnificent creatures. It is because they love us so much and are amazingly loyal. And of course they have fur.

I think every dog lover should read this. Actually everyone should read this…loving dogs is not required. The book is a good read regardless.

From the front cover flap: All dogs go to heaven…unless they have unfinished business here on Earth.

This is the remarkable story of one endearing dog’s search for his purpose over the course of several lives. More than just another dog story, A Dog’s Purpose touches on the universal quest for an answer to life’s most basic question: Why are we here?

From the back cover flap: W. Bruce Cameron is the New York Times bestselling author of 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter: And Other Tips from a Beleaguered Father (Not That Any of Them Work), which was turned into the hit television series. He has twice been voted the #1 best humor columnist by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and his nationally syndicated column is read by more than three million readers every week. He lives in California. Visit him in the Web at www.brucecameron.com and www.adogspurpose.com.

Oh and this book came from the local library. Which sort of sucks because it means I have to take it back. On the other hand that is good because I can always go check it out again later.

7 comments

  1. Sweet! I'll have to look for this book!

    Thanks for stopping by Magical Mouse Schoolhouse. Your follower widget doesn't appear to be working, but I did vote for you on Picket Fences!

  2. @Jodi, Thanks! Yep the follower widgets are not working on half the blogs I have visited lately. Not sure whats up with those. Hope they get it fixed soon. The one on my other blog is fine…

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