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I have never been so interested in the life of someone who I have never met in person and ehcrenqueiros know through 3 other books I have read. I was only 9 years old then.

This was an okay book. Funny, gripping, it makes you want to read on. For the people who have died within the pages of this book, I thought about what you may have looked liked, how your voice might have sounded, and how your life went, and what was going on as it came to its untimely and tragic demise.

Open Preview See a Problem? Sure, all the writing is his, but cachorrod just felt flat after the joyous story that is Marley’s. As readers, we feel sad and have an emotion that coincides with loss. Sep 19, Haley Shumate rated it liked it Shelves: It’s a collection of columns Grogan has written for the Philidelphia Inquirer.

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The stories, or rather I am very offended for the author’s sake that this book features his name and the title encenqueiros his book on the cover, when in fact he does not profit from the book or have anything to do with it. If you have had to choose only one book to read by Grogan, I’d definitely pick Marley and Me, but Bad Dogs has some humorous stuff in it that gives it some credence.


I would have liked more ‘dog’ columns, as I bought the book expecting dog stories based on the title, but otherwise, I enjoyed the book very much, and the format lent itself well to reading a couple columns before bed every night I can’t get over the laziness and lack of support that airport has given after how ever long it was.

I struggled to get through this diveetem. And very self-serving, if you ask me.

This is her legacy to us. I was expecting this book to be uplifting stories.

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When I was training for a marathon this last summer, my roadside companion was an ipod with books downloaded on it. After coming home and actually looking at the book—how could I look past the dog on the cover and not buy it?

The difference here is that this book is all real. This book is a collection of some of those columns, published by the Inquirer, so while the work is Grogan’s writing, it isn’t a book of new writings and long-time readers of his columns have probably read it all before. Now don’t get me wrong, this is not all sappy but rather a great mix of life in general. No update on whether the cat was found? Premetto che la maggior parte di questo libro l’ho letta durante una domenica di relax in cui mi sentivo particolarmente in pace col cosmo, ma l’ho trovato davvero carinissimo e molto delicato.


I wanted to vomit when I discovered that the Airline company soon began to forget about Felix and shrugged it off as no big deal. Once again, John Grogan was able to capture the world in his eyes and write down what mattered to him about it and the people who call it home. I thought for sure it would recapture some of those moments out on the road “with” Marley. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This is I loved these short articles from John Grogan. Jan 26, Simon rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book is absolutely fantastic!

I would be so pissed if that was cat. A tiny uninteresting selection of pet pieces.