[Read] ➬ A Dog's Purpose Author W. Bruce Cameron – Horsebackridingwisconsin.us

A Dog's Purpose 4 Vidas De Um Cachorro Apresenta Bailey, Um C Ozinho Muito Esperto, Que Busca Um Prop Sito Para A Vida Depois De Vir Ao Mundo Diversas Vezes, Ele Se Pergunta Se Algum Dia Encontrar Sua Verdadeira Miss O Na Terra 4 Vidas De Um Cachorro Um Livro Que Procura Demonstrar Que O Amor Nunca Morre E Que Todas As Pessoas T M Um Prop Sito.

10 thoughts on “A Dog's Purpose

  1. says:

    It made me look at my own dog differently, wondering how it feels, how much it loves me, and what it thinks about his own life I hope that all animals souls are like the ones in this book and I found myself laughing as much as I was crying while reading this book

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    Prepare your heartstrings I had never bothered to consider that there might be such a thing as a boy, but now that I had found one, I thought it was just about the most wonderful concept in the world Ahhh, snap goes one heartstring right away The I read this book, the fewer heartstrings I had completely touching and absolutely wonderful throughout Cleaning the dishes was where the boy would put a plate of food down and I would lick it It was one of my jobs, but only when Mom wasn t watching. If you haven t guessed already, our narrator is a dog but he isn t a typical dog he keeps getting reincarnated Whether it be as Toby, Bailey, Ellie or Buddy, he always finds a way back.He s lived as a stray, as a treasured pet, as a service animal and so much but what he hasn t found was why he has so many lives Why does he keep coming back Could it be thatsomehow, someway, he has a very important purpose Sweet and heartbreaking in his innocence Bailey just wants to find his purpose.If you can t already tell, I absolutely adored this book.I was really impressed with the way the dog s consciousness was handled In the perspective from a dog books I ve read, there s always been plot holes where the dog would understand a difficult or abstract concept but not be able to communicate back to the humans because ofreasons Within this novel, there was a marked...

  3. says:

    This book confirms what you know in your heart to be true, that love never dies, and that our animal friends are always with us.

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    Update For those who have been considering reading this book.It s on sale today for 1.99 as a Kindle deal I saw the movie..Anyone else Thoughts I thought it was well done.but it was sad and scary in a couple of scenes I m aware of protestorsAnd I m still glad I saw it I loved my world, the Yard I loved running through the mud by the water trough, my paws making a dirty splatter that flecked my fur.I ve seen the movie trailer..had picked up a new copy hardcover for a dollar years backbut it was that darn golly adorable trailer that inspired me to read it now The story takes us on a journey through a dog s perspective and through a range of emotions Warmth, humor, and an interesting look at a dog s purpose..or any pet s purpose for that matter Me I thought of our little black bab...

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    UPDATE TO MY UPDATE This book was one of the top five Best Fiction in the 2010 Goodreads Awards It came in at number 4, beating out Jonathon Franzen s Freedom, which got a lot of hype I m so psyched that so many people agreed with me that this book was the best novel of 2010 UPDATE TO MY REVIEW BELOW I JUST FOUND OUT ON FACEBOOK THAT THIS BOOK IS NOMINATED FOR THE GOODREADS CHOICE AWARD OF 2010 I hope all the people here who have loved it as much as I did will vote and it wins I got an early reader s copy because my friend works at a bookstore She gave it to me because I recently had to put down my 14 year old pug and was a total wreck Seriously, this was the greatest dog book I ve ever read, and I ve read a lot of them This was so much better than The Art of Racing in the Rain which I had liked, but the dog in this book is like, a real dog He doesn t understand words except for things like car ride or biscuit but he totally understands everything that s going on with his people I cried, but it was like, happy tears, because it truly made me realize that though my dog is gone, I get to keep how much we loved each other, always It s corny to say it, but this book actually changed my life In the book, the dog keeps coming back, as a dog, and that means, he can come back to his humans I don t wan...

  6. says:

    2ish stars As a dog owner I have a 10 month old Goldendoodle named Fritz, short for Fritzgerald, yes the extra r is intentional and lover, I enjoyed this book and found it somewhat heartwarming As a book lover I recognize this book as cute but insubstantial and ultimately cloying than inspirational It s easy to read fluff that fulfilled its purpose as something to listen to on a road trip to Southern Utah and appease my wife Thoughts I had while listening Dogs can be really annoying most dog owners are awful people I really want to train Fritz to be a search and rescue dog I want to teach Fritz how to open a door with his mouth I don t know if I have the patience to train a puppy again I want to adopt a senior dog Yes, I cried But not really because of an emotional response I cried fully conscious that I was being emotionally manipul...

  7. says:

    5 stars not so much for storyline but for completely understanding dogs So emotional so many times Dogs are the best.

  8. says:

    I bought this book sometime in the past month or so based on several recommendations, it sat on the coffee table as a reminder, yet in all the time I never once read any reviews or previews of the story.This afternoon I picked it up to read around noon and finished it just before 6pm tonight I loved the voice of the dog, through every incarnation, from the very first lines One day it occurred to me that the warm, squeaky, smelly things squirming around next to me were my brothers and sister I was very disappointed W Bruce Cameron pulls back from being overly sentimental with every passing followed by a rebirth that pulls you immediately into the new life and ...

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    Find all of my reviews at s time once a year for my library s Winter Reading Challenge and my chance to score a FREEEEEEEE coffee mug Yes, I am the cheapest date you could ever imagine This year s theme Basically any book that became a movie or television program It turns out this is apparently the list of recommended reads I grab onto each year because I had read a bigly portion of the suggested titles and had less than zero interest in some of the others I had put A Dog s Purpose on the wait list after seeing the preview when I took my kids to see Sing a movie everyone else apparently loved but I thought was super My eternal hold finally ended and it was my turn at the perfect time so I read this book on Day 1 of the challenge And pretty much looked like The entire flippin time I was reading.The story is about a dog who Was seized with an inexplicable question, a question of purpose This didn t seem like the sort of thing a dog should think about, but I found myself returning to the issue often Why Why did I harder a nagging feeling that as a dog there was something I was supposed to do Which leads to discovering that Of all the things I d ever done, making ____________ laugh seemed the most important It was, I reflected, the onl...

  10. says:

    This story is bitter sweet, sentimental to the extreme and stylistically almost childlike in its simplicity, exactly what I expected from a book titled A Dog s Purpose It didn t disappoint 4 stars for delivering such a charmi...

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