Monday, March 14, 2011

Review: Dog Walks Man: A Six-Legged Odyssey by John Zeaman

Zeaman takes us on a journey from a 'round-the-block fraternity of “dog-walking dupes”—suburban fathers who indulged their children’s wish for a dog—to strange and forbidden wonderland at the edge of town, the New Jersey Meadowlands. Along the way, he rediscovers childhood’s forgotten “fringe places,” investigates the mysteries of the natural world, and experiences moments of inexplicable joy.

My dog Reese is one of my best friends. She's been there for me through my husband being in Afghanistan, through losing loved ones and she's right there every single day. I absolutely adore her and because of this, I am addicted to books about that have to do with the love of animals.  Reading John's book reminds me of how everyday can be an adventure when you let yourself go and follow your four-legged friend.  I really enjoyed Dog Walks Man and I think that every dog-lover should read it.  It's loads of fun and very entertaining.

October 5, 2010
320 pages

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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for free.

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