A Dog’s Purpose, written by W. Bruce Cameron, is a touching and heartfelt story that any dog lover will embrace.
When Bailey passed away the first time, he was reborn as a different dog. He wonders why he came back, and sets off to discover the meaning of his life. He then meets his owner, a young boy named Ethan, and the two are inseparable. They have a rare connection that anyone would be lucky to have. Bailey passes away, believing that he has discovered his purpose. Until he’s reborn again, when he realizes that he’s far from finished.
Have you ever wondered what goes on inside of a dog’s head? A Dog’s Purpose explores the idea of what dogs are really thinking, and what they go through in their lifetime.
If you haven’t read this book, then you should go grab it from your local bookstore or library and start reading it today.
A Dog’s Purpose will find its way into your heart, and stay with you long after you’ve finished reading it. There’s something really beautiful about this book, as it demonstrates the deep connection between dog and owner.
I immediately fell for Bailey the dog, which caused problems for me every time he passed away or was hurt. It can be a difficult book to read if you’re sensitive to the sad parts in stories.
A Dog’s Purpose is an easy read, and the story flows very smoothly. It’s understandable, and has an interesting plot line that keeps you engaged throughout the entire book.
Many likable (and not so likable) characters are integrated into this story, both human and canine. Bailey is treated poorly and neglected by some of his owners, which is unfortunately similar to what some pets go through in real life.
Bailey is a caring and selfless dog, that loves his owners unconditionally. He always wants his owners to be happy. If you have a dog, you’ll probably be able to relate to this story.
This story shows the true dedication that dogs have toward helping people, and will make you look at your pet in a new way.