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Book Review: A Dog’s Purpose

I spent last weekend reading A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron.  What a delight!  Cameron is most often recognized as a humor writer, having penned three funny novels including one that was the basis for the TV show 8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter. In this book, he takes a more serious turn, although he allows his humor to shine through a few times.  (After his family buries a recently departed house pet, the dog digs her up for them, reasoning, “they can’t possibly have meant to bury a perfectly good dead cat.”)

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