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A good book to read in between some heavier books. I can’t help but wonder what this book would have been with Grogan’s input. Cute stories from Mr.

Even as you slumber, dream of happiness and life goes well. And very self-serving, if you ask me. Dec 04, Shelley rated it really liked it.

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While there was a small section on animals it was not the main focus. If they ehcrenqueiros alive today, they would be Jun 03, Jill Bruyette rated it liked it.

Talk about caring readers. Both had the same qualities about them that made them seem more human than canine–an ability to se When I was training for a marathon this last summer, my roadside companion was an ipod with books downloaded on it.

Refresh and try again. This is not the same kind of book or so I assume, having not read Marley and Me. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Jan 08, Allison rated it liked it Shelves: Sure, all the writing is his, but it just felt flat after the joyous story that is Marley’s.


Huh, I wondered why I felt like something was off with this one. As a former lab owner I was expecting lots of articles about his rambunctious lab. What might she be now? I distinctly remembering the feeling of mxis fear with the idea of getting old, and becoming a vegetable like poor old Daisy. Not very many dog stories in here.

Oct 27, Giorgia rated it liked it. I would be so pissed if that was cat. Basically the publisher and the newspaper in Philly he worked for are profiting. Sep 01, Michelle rated it liked it. I mean, the title should indicate that this book is about dogs,and coming from the author of Marley and me you think you’re going to have a fun read that might get emotional.

There was only two full articles focused on Marley in the entire book. Cachortos with This Book. It was an entertaining read all the way through.

Grogan’s time as a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer. John Grogan wrote Marley and Me and I was ready to enjoy more ‘bad dog’ stories. Am I missing something here?

The night after I read Felix’s story, I couldn’t sleep, it was too painful to think of a lost cat in a big airport and never to be found more than a year later. Then when other people were quoted, I imagined what they sounded like, what they looked like if descriptions were not given and trying to remember what my life was like during the times of the columns.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send divetem a link to download the free Kindle App. I have never been so interested in the life of someone who I have never met in person and only know through 3 other books I have read.


Michael rated it did not like it.

Then I read a post by John himself; that he had no hand in this book’s production, and I knew why it felt different. He thinks twice before issuing an edict. Funny, gripping, it makes you want to read on.

Definitely not as good as Marley and Me, but it holds its own. While I certainly can’t ding the author for writing about what was put on the front cover: Sounds like though Grogan wrote the articles while previously employed by said newspaper, they own the rights to his work, eivertem decided to cash in on the wild popularity of Marley and Me, about his life with his dog.

Something about the empty desolate trails of early Saturday mornings made me long for Baron running beside me.

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For me, most were new, as I only read the Inquirer for 4 years while mias college. No trivia or quizzes yet. Felix was a cat who was lost at the airport in Philadelphia and never found. His writings are so thoughtful, some sad others are so uplifting.

This is a collection of heartfelt articles from Grogan’s newspaper articles. I think he should have catagorized it a little better, but overall it was a fascinating book.