What if your dog died and then came back as a ghost... that could talk? Would you welcome him back with open arms, or run away scared to death?
Charlie Keefe is not just your typical dog lover - he's a world famous dog painter, a.k.a. "The Picasso of Pooch Portraits". Unfortunately, Charlie's beloved muse Pete, his lovable Jack Russell terrier, has just died. So, after months of suffering over his dearly departed soulmate and wondering if he ever made it to The Rainbow Bridge, Charlie reluctantly agrees to foster a new puppy - a cute Cavalier King Charles named Brownie from the local animal shelter. Soon after, Charlie is surprised to find himself falling head over heels with this new puppy girl, his "Rebound Dog", as he calls her-as well as being romantically attracted to Janelle Jordan, the head hound at the dog rescue.
But then complications arise when the ghost of his old dog Pete mysteriously reappears one night and comes back to haunt him and the new puppy - setting off a bizarre chain of events that throw Charlie's life, career, and entire belief system into chaos!
©2013 Russ Ryan (P)2015 Tantor
"For dog lovers and lovers of dog stories, it's a winner!" (Dorri Olds, Petside.com)
so humerus but almso sad covers most feelings although usa humour accent very funny and sad i laughed a d cryed as i also have loved and lost my beautiful dogs , i also ownec jtt so close to my heart would loved to hear more ,
"WONDERFUL book.Kept my interest. Just.one of thos"
r Just couldnt put it down.Pete was described very well.in the book an added the quality it needed really an awesome book.
"Written By An 8th Grader?"
I tried to listen to this book all the way thru but kept falling asleep so it took me about four times. After reading reviews that promised a great ending I was left disappointed. My son and DIL are English teachers and this book reminded me of some of the assignments they have handed out. The writing was okay but the performance killed it. The voice given the dog was grating. Voices given to other characters were stereotypical (the ditzy woman, the stoner boyfriend, etc.) I think this may be the worst audiobook I've ever listened to, if not it's a close second. I don't understand all the glowing reviews. They definitely sucked me in!
"A Different Dog Story"
I found this book unique in style. Enjoyable, funny and engaging. Narration was great, too
I have had to pull over the car to write a review of this story. it is honestly one of the best books I have listened too. it had a twist I didn't see coming..didn't read an excerpt before purchasing. I love this guy!!!!
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