The Dog Doesn’t Die

Book reviews & random thoughts

Does The Dog Die? A Short Review of Planet Cat, by Sandra Choron, Harry Choron, and Arden Moore

This book was featured in the Washington Post, in the Thursday Home section, I believe. It wasn’t a regular book review. And it’s one of those catalogues of miscellaneous facts and stories. There are instances of animal cruelty recounted, but since this is a compendium, you can skip them. So I am going to call this Safe If You Skip Sections, and unlike a novel, the book’s format allows you to hop over things.

I am not done with this book, but at page 122 out of 389, I am neither thrilled nor bored by it. It’s on my nightstand, and I read a bit each night. I’ll weigh in again after I’ve finished with it.

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January 23, 2008 - Posted by | Book Reviews | , , , ,

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  1. […] Choron, and Arden Moore. This is a nonfiction compendium that I first mentioned in another post: https://esheley.wordpress.com/2008/01/23/does-the-dog-die-a-short-review-of-planet-cat-by-sandra-chor… . I have changed my opinion somewhat, which I’ll explain in the first […]

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