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Lost Dogs and Lonely Hearts by Lucy Dillon
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Mar 17, 12

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Read from March 11 to 17, 2012

This is a feel good story about second chances, for both humans and canines, with an uncomplicated writing style that allowed me to focus on the characters, most of whom I came to like and found myself rooting for. I liked the way the author gave Rachel and Natalie the opposite situation to have to deal with, but left them to find a friendship between them, and I really liked the last sentence with Gem. Having volunteered at a no-kill shelter, and appreciating how hard the staff worked to find really solid matches for the animals in their care, I liked that spin in the novel, showing the surprise joy Bill finds with Lulu, for example, and also hinted at another theme, which was there is often more to the story of a person (or dog, for that matter) than you see on the surface.

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