Marley & Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog
Marley Me Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog Author:John Grogan The heartwarming and unforgettable story of a family and the wondrously neurotic dog who taught them what really matters in life. Now with photos and new material.
It starts with a rush decision to purchase a puppy without completely research his lineage and leads us through a love story with a very difficult, loyal, loving dog. Anyone who thinks that the initial cost of buying a pedigree pet is the major expense needs to read this book. Anyone who thinks training a pet is as snap needs to read this book. Anyone who is about ready to give up on a difficult pet also needs to read this book. Get your kleenex ready for the ending, for as we know no dog is eternal. The postscript, there are many more loving pups awaiting loving owners. I loved this book, another dog lover said, " I thought it was so sad." Of course it was, Marley grew old in a loving home and passed away. I should be so loved.
This book was wonderful.
I couldnt put it down. This dog was the sweetest big hearted fellow with a few behavioral problems.
This is one of my favorite books EVER.
It shows us all that dogs really do know everything about life.
I was so upset when it ended.
It is a MUST READ for all dog lovers!
But honestly, anyone could read it and love it.
I absolutely loved this book. I laughed, I cried and everything in between. I read this book every night before bed during a stressful time in my life and it was so calming and grounding. This book is a true treasure.
Definitely one of my very favorite books ever! Laugh-out-loud funny, yet tugs on your heart-strings...both with real-life situations that we identify with if we have ever loved a dog. I'm keeping my copy, and will certainly buy another copy or two to share.
What can I say that hasn't been said? It's a really enjoyable book that will remind anyone who's owned a pet of not only that pet's freshest moments, but also their most loving. Animals are truly a part of the family, and the author does a great job of including Marley in the history of his burgeoning brood. If you liked this, I'd also recommend "The Art of Racing in the Rain."