The story started off fairly grisly with details about pit bulls fighting in the ring and the main character's anger issues. Once passed this, the relationship between man and dog evolved into an excellent story.
A story that kept me company in the kitchen for a couple of weeks. Mostly I liked it, but did not appreciate the emotional manipulation towards the end.
I really liked this audiobook. It kept me interested and the reader is very, very good. ( I actually preferred the dog's point of view over the human's)
Adam March has it all--successful job and family. But one day he has an emotional breakdown at work and faces criminal charges. Sentenced to volunteer work at a homeless shelter, Adam slowly learns the value of humility and makes new connections. When he adopts a former fighting dog named Chance, this adds another dimension to his life. This heartwarming story is well-done and left me wanting to read more by this author.
I guess this story line could be considered a good one. I on the other hand, despise being ambushed by bad language. There was 1 b**** & 3 F-bombs before Chapter 5. That all happened on the first, of seven disks.
It was turned off at this point (I subscribe to the 3 strikes & out it goes rule).
I was super disappointed & I think books should be rated on content, just like movies. How would a person even guess, by the title?
An excellent story. A tribute to both man and dog and their struggle to redefining themselves.
loved this book.
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