A Dog's Purpose by: W.Bruce Cameron By: Tyren Long

Summary-So far in my book 'A Dog's Purpose' the main character is a puppy who lives with is mother and three other siblings who are living a very rough life. Then they get capture by people who put them in a place with other dogs, and during this one of his brothers died. So in the yard Toby the main character gets into a fight and is hurt very bad, resulting in him getting "put down". Then he reincarnates and comes back as a different dog, and going back and forth through owners he ends up with this little kid who stays with him for like 10 years until the main character now named Bailey gets to old and dies. He comes back again in an abusive relationship then gets abandon. But he somehow ends up in a place that familiar, so he starts to walk and finds Ethan the young boy who went to college after Toby died. He is now an old man who married his love. But in the end Ethan dies from a heart attack.

Personal Review- In my opinion this book was very fascinating. I felt the reason i like this book so much is because like at the end of each chapter literally something exciting happened which made me want to read more. And since it contains so much situational irony, nothing ever happens that would lead to the "happy ever ending". Personally I would recommend this book to like older teens and adults, and especially to people who love cats, since this dog dies alot. And since puppies dies I don't think young kids would like it. Another thing I like is how the book is able to be so depressing and emotional, yet it's also able to be so funny and humorous. So overall because this book is so unpredictable and overwhelming of emotions I give this book a 4.5 out of 5 stars.

Outside sources -http://www.brucecameron.com/books/a-dog-s-purpose https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jLOOCADTGs

Direct quote- "Failure is not an option if success is just a matter of trying hard"

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