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Luann Review: Wow. I loved this book. If you are a fan of Gary Paulsen, or a dog person, or both, you will like this book! I read it during silent reading time with my library classes, which actually wasn't a great idea because I was alternately crying or laughing or both - and trying to be quiet! - during the different stories. I would have enjoyed even more a much longer book with many more stories of dogs from Gary Paulsen's life.

A favorite quote:
"I have always had dogs and will have dogs until I die. I ha

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Ashley Westphall-carr Review: So you know when your just sitting around and reading other books and than another book lands on your kindle and you just have to read that one first? Before you read the other books that you need to read. Yeah that's how it was with this book. I knew as soon as I finished Hunter's book and read the prologue for this book that I needed to read this book. And as soon as it landed on my kindle I dropped everything else and dove into this book.

Oh Garrett the big loveable lug. Garrett's a man that

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⊱✿⊰ Alicia ⊱✿⊰ Review: Looking forward to this one

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Fabian Review: Mood, atmosphere, character. Encapsulation of the zeitgeist, social commentary; "The Remains of the Day" delves into the dark side of humanity. So much is held within the pages of this marvelous book, the account of one of the last butlers to work at a large manor in England. What is Dignity? seems to be the major thread that unites all of his different experiences of becoming a largely marginalized person, of becoming someone with a worth different from others. The love story is heart wrenching

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Jason Pettus Review: (Reprinted from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography [cclapcenter.com]. I am the original author of this essay, as well as the owner of CCLaP; it is not being reprinted here illegally.)

The CCLaP 100: In which I read for the first time a hundred so-called "classics," then write reports on whether or not they deserve the label.

Book #24: Northanger Abbey, by Jane Austen (1818)

The story in a nutshell:
Although not published until after her death in 1818 (but more on that in a bit), North

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