The Power of Dog: A Review
The Power of Dog by Andrew Marshall is a lovely memoir of loss and healing by adopting a love of a dog. As a dog lover myself, I know all too well the way that dogs can heal a wounded heart. This book is a moving tale of growth and moving on because of the joy of one dog, Flash.
The author’s partner dies after a long illness and is left grief-stricken. He spends a couple of years simply sleep walking through life, not being able to move on. He finally decides to fulfill a dream of dog ownership, which was the plan with his partner, until he became sick. The author takes his responsibility of dog dad seriously and adopts a wonderful puppy.
Good writing that depicts the puppy, Flash, and the special bond that eventually heals the author’s heart, this is a book that you simply don’t want to put down. It’s the perfect book for dog lovers, something that holds your interest and not too dense. I was so sorry when it ended.
This is a five star book that deserves to be read by those who love dogs, experiencing grief or simply want a heart warming read. Anyone who is a dog lover already knows how much emotional support a dog can provide. Five stars. Don’t hesitate to buy this one.
Thank you to the publisher and #NetGalley for a pre-publication ebook in exchange for an honest review.
These are our two rescue dogs who saved our lives. Meet Max on the left, and Chula on the right. There are no words to describe our love for these two lovies.
1/20/2019 02:23:22 pm
After reading this review I want the book AND a dog. Lovely photos, too. Thanks! I’ll check it out. Happy Travels!
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2019 Reading Challenge
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