Reviews of Clark Malcolm Greene's book, Dog Is God Spelled Backwards:
"This is one book that I would highly recommend to all ages, and if I were still teaching English, I would be using this in my classroom. Dog Is God Spelled Backwards ranks right up there with To Kill a Mockingbird with Scout, Jem and Bo."
"Clark Greene gave me the opportunity to relive the love of a puppy and the mischief of a boy with his dog. Their love of adventure amid the unrecognized hardship of growing up during this time helps the reader understand how the uniqueness of every person in a family molds who we become."
"With an astonishing degree of recall, the author brings us close to early childhood in this celebration of rural living in Michigan in the '50s and '60s of the last century. Of all such memoirs we have seen, none has exceeded this one in the portrayal of the triumph and tragedy that comes with getting and losing a cherished dog. An important book."
"A book of great adventures and the old-fashioned love between a boy and his best friend, Patch, it opens doors in the many nooks of life before the addiction of technology and social restrictions. A good book to kick-start the memory cells and re-appreciate the simple life of childhood gone by."
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A very good followup to Mr. Greene's excellent book 'Dog Is God Spelled Backwards' More interesting stories relating to his childhood in Michigan. Both books were enjoyable reading.