This week only one book showed up at my house:
A Dog’s Journey by W. Bruce Cameron (Tor Forge paperback, May 2013) is the follow up book by the author who wrote A Dog’s Purpose (which I gave away back in 2011 – check out the photos I took of Raven showing off the special promo beach towel!). This novel asks the question: Do we really take care of our pets, or do they take care of us? This is the moving story of loyalty and love that crosses all barriers – especially during the more difficult times in our lives. Buddy, who is a good dog, takes notice of a curious baby named Clarity who tends to get into dangerous mischief. When he is later reborn, Buddy is adopted by the now teenage Clarity and he is there to protect, cheer, rescue, and love her unconditionally. But when the two are suddenly separated, Buddy despairs and will stop at nothing to be reunited with the girl he loves the most. The book is described as “a little book with the big bark.”
W. Bruce Cameron is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Journey, Emory’s Gift, and 8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter, which was turned into a hit ABC series. His book The Dogs of Christmas is highly anticipated. Learn more about Cameron and his work by visiting the author’s website.
Did any great books arrive at YOUR home this week?