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Great book for animal lovers and other readers too!
Book is as good as the movie and you can create the pictures in your head.
Wonderful heartfelt story of a vanilla family's adventures with a family member, Marley. My daughter and I completely related to this wonderful story and our yellow lab pup (Teddy)... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Troy
This is not only a great story about a dog, but a tender love story about a couple and their growing family. I laughed and I cried. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Bretzing
stupid...worst book ive ever read it is just like any other dog book . dont read this crap. the dog gets adopted, happily ever afterPublished 1 month ago by xjajfw
Marley reaches out to everyone with understanding and love and he's a dog. In the story Marley becomes a central member of a family and how the family and he reacts to life's... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wii-zer Lady
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|The Truth About Marley-Marley's not the problem...||
You are absolutely correct. I can't believe how bad an owner this guy was. Marley died needlessly and suffered needlessly because of the ineptness of his owner.
What makes me sick is that this guy is now wealthy beyond his wildest dreams thanks to Marley.
Nov 14, 2006 by M. Finley | See all 67 posts
|What did he do to the Trainer?||
Don't you think calling the author and his family "stupid people" is a bit harsh? Most people learn by doing when it comes to dogs....especially their first one. At least they had the courage, love and kindness not to abandon the animal and "give up" on it. I didn't get it... Read More
Jul 21, 2006 by Carol Engan Borrelli (author) | See all 6 posts
|Many Marley readers are also enjoying...||
Some recommendations for other non-fiction books about dogs:
1) "The Dogs Who Found Me: What I've Learned from Pets Who Were Left Behind" by Ken Foster
"After... Read More
Dec 3, 2006 by A.J. | See all 4 posts
isn't jennifer aniston going to be in it????? i hope i'll be as good as the book:) that's my favorite book
Sep 20, 2008 by Carlota Rodriguez | See all 2 posts
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I agree with you! Maybe there should be a site dedicated specifically to all of our "dog buddies", as you so eloquently put it!
Jul 26, 2006 by Carol Engan Borrelli (author) | See all 3 posts
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