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Good Dog. Stay.

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

To the Anonymous Poster of 2/18/09 Calling the Author's Dog "Ugly"

While I have not read this book as of yet (it was recommended from an animal rescue group I participate it and that's how I ended up at B&N), it disturbs me greatly that someone would actually post a review saying the book was "mostly pictures...and pictures of very ugl...
While I have not read this book as of yet (it was recommended from an animal rescue group I participate it and that's how I ended up at B&N), it disturbs me greatly that someone would actually post a review saying the book was "mostly pictures...and pictures of very ugly dogs".

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. To criticize someones literary material is one thing (lack of plot, not engaging, slow moving, boring characters, etc) but to criticize how their dog looks? That lacks class. It takes a special person to want to actually read a book devoted to the life of an animal, and since "Anonymous" read it, one would assume they like animals. Any true animal lover would not make negative or derogatory comments about the looks of someone's deceased dog! Think of how the author must feel reading that comment?

posted by Jackie-in-Wisconsin on January 12, 2010

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4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

HUGH RIP-OFF: DO NOT PURCHASE

I purchased this "book" and when I found it was 22 pages (minus credits, acknowledgments) I went back to find more information on the product details. Funny how they didn't specify the page numbers. This is a very short essay that should be free in the newspaper and I...
I purchased this "book" and when I found it was 22 pages (minus credits, acknowledgments) I went back to find more information on the product details. Funny how they didn't specify the page numbers. This is a very short essay that should be free in the newspaper and I feel that it was a fraud to list it as a book. Don't purchase!!!!!

posted by Trishacl on November 29, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2007

    Disapponiting Half Hour

    This book is indeed a VERY quick read. I finished it in about 1/2 hour and found that the best couple of quotes were the ones printed on the jacket cover. There is not much pithy, witty, or deeply meaningful material in this superficial story of how Anna acquired or lost her dogs. I was hoping for a book I could share with others who had lost their beloved four legged friend and give them some comfort...but it falls severly short.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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