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The Dogs of Christmas Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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“Cameron's latest demonstrates how the unconditional love received from dogs can make all the difference in human lives…A book about dog lovers by an author who understands the canine soul.” ―Kirkus Reviews
“This sweet story is told with humor and a deep understanding of the transformative value of loving a dog. A perfect holiday read!” ―Greg Kincaid, New York Times bestselling author of A Dog Named Christmas
“As warm and bright as Christmas morning. If you don't already have a dog, reading this book will send you right to the shelter to find one to love.” ―Iris R. Dart, New York Times bestselling author of Beaches
About the Author
W. BRUCE CAMERON is the New York Times bestselling author of A Dog's Purpose, A Dog's Journey and The Dogs of Christmas. He lives in California.
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Top Customer Reviews
the conclusions drawn in this story which ruined it for me. I thought the author took a somewhat controversial stance when he had the "maybe" girlfriend convince the hero in the story to give up all the puppies after raising them and learning to love them. It took a long time to establish this "sorta/kinda" relationship, and I still didn't quite believe in it.
I still want to know why he couldn't keep those puppies if he wanted to keep them and care for them. I mean he lived up in the mountains, and it wasn't like he was living slammed up against somebody else's house like most of us are. It could have been a much better book had he established a real relationship with the girl at the shelter (she's so unmemorable, I can't even remember her name.) However, she was a pushy woman, and I just simply didn't like her. She ruined this book for me - that and her moralizing or whatever she was doing. I would have kept the puppies and got rid of the "sorta/kinda" girlfriend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cute but I had trouble getting past the highly emotional & slightly spineless main character.Published 10 days ago by J. Kirchner
A wonderful, touching story. Perfect for anyone that loves dogs, has had struggles in life and overcame the bumps life put in the way. W. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Shopper
I read this first as a library book and then purchased it as a Christmas gift for a family member. An enjoyable read for a dog-lover.Published 4 months ago by HydrangeaLady
If you are looking for a sweet book with a bit of suspense, a bit of romance, as well as puppies and a happy ending, then look no further. Nothing heavy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by D and J