An exceptional novel disguised as a great story! “One Good Dog” has pain you can feel, two protagonists transformed, lots of anger, and of course, forgiveness and redemption. Makes you think about the unfairness of luck. (The pit bull’s name is “Chance”.) Susan Wilson is a master novelist. An unusually fun read, but definitely not a cheap thrill. Best $2.99 I ever spent!
— John Hayden
Nice! I always like hearing about a good dog.
I enjoyed that book also. You should read “A Dog’s Purpose” by W. Bruce Cameron.
Thanks Theresa! I’ll have to look for that Bruce Cameron book.
There’s also a series, “Chet and Bernie Mysteries,” by Spencer Quinn. The one I read was “Dog On It,” and it was good. Most of it was told from the dog (Chet’s) point of view. Chet is a precocious German Shepherd, and Bernie is his human detective (it’s another Bernie, not me.).