Jack the Dog: A Dog and His Boy

Rated 5.00/5 based on 8 reviews
True love, joy, purpose, and treasure may be counterfeit; only some prove genuine.

Life changing stories about the undying spirit of an amazing famous dog are really about you and the most vital things in your life.

See what every good dog already sees in you.

Read it! This will change your world.

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About Victor and Caren Brodt

Victor Brodt: Author and long time Speaker. Jack of all trades with a Master's in one. Forever friend of the famous old dog, Jack.
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Review by: Mark Eytcheson on May 14, 2011 :
Every once in a great while there is a story, a tale, a book, an adventure that thrums at your heartstrings with a captivating melody so exquisite that you know it will forever be a part of your soul. The magic of the words and the music carries you away and transforms you with wonder.

Jack the Dog: And His Boy is a moving story of the wonder of growing up and the bond that forms between a perceptive boy and his dog as he gains insight from his time with a friend as faithful, loyal, and committed as only a true friend can be. Anyone whose heart has been touched by such tales as “Old Yeller” or “Where the Red Fern Grows” can anticipate and will appreciate the special moments beautifully and eloquently communicated in this book. This book is sure to be read and appreciated until the cover falls off.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Joy on Jan. 13, 2011 :
LOVED the book! I found it moving and inspirational. It definitely made me ponder those moments with my fury childhood friend and the ways my life was affected. The writing is fantastic - it wasn't hard to understand and it forced me to let my mind wander back to a imagination that I often times forget I have. Looking forward to your other books!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Justin Rocker on Dec. 27, 2010 :
You may need to reread this one a few times (I plan to) because it is Deep. That's the word that comes to mind upon having finished a few minutes ago, just Deep. I greatly anticipate learning about all of Jack's (and Victor's) friends, especially Brian. I also like the little details, the consciousness that sometimes small things have power to assist with memory, imagination, and the ability to step into someone else's shoes. (rarely have I found a book that had a link leading to a recording of the sound described within! I think it makes things come alive in a bigger way.)

Simply incredible. I think it's only potential con is that some may find it difficult to understand, in which case I suggest rigorous mental exercise. (This is like suggesting exercise to those who cannot fly a bicycle powered aircraft- or swim properly- not like suggesting exercise so you can go lift a car. As in, exercise because you are missing out, not because you need to anyway!)

I really hope you don't need mental exercise to enjoy this book. Only other con I can think of is that if you are a hatemonger you won't like it. But what does a hatemonger actually like, anyway?

You would have to be one to dislike this. A pessimist may find hope in this book. An optimist will find what he's always looking for and will find in almost everything. Tired people will find vacation, if they let themselves. A Wisconsin lake is better stock for that than some may think!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Justin Rocker on Dec. 27, 2010 :
You may need to reread this one a few times (I plan to) because it is Deep. That's the word that comes to mind upon having finished a few minutes ago, just Deep. I greatly anticipate learning about all of Jack's (and Victor's) friends, especially Brian. I also like the little details, the consciousness that sometimes small things have power to assist with memory, imagination, and the ability to step into someone else's shoes. (rarely have I found a book that had a link leading to a recording of the sound described within! I think it makes things come alive in a bigger way.)

Simply incredible. I think it's only potential con is that some may find it difficult to understand, in which case I suggest rigorous mental exercise. (This is like suggesting exercise to those who cannot fly a bicycle powered aircraft- or swim properly- not like suggesting exercise so you can go lift a car. As in, exercise because you are missing out, not because you need to anyway!)

I really hope you don't need mental exercise to enjoy this book. Only other con I can think of is that if you are a hatemonger you won't like it. But what does a hatemonger actually like, anyway?

You would have to be one to dislike this. A pessimist may find hope in this book. An optimist will find what he's always looking for and will find in almost everything. Tired people will find vacation, if they let themselves. A Wisconsin lake is better stock for that than some may think!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dominique Hock on Nov. 25, 2010 :
This is a wonderfully well-written novel that will delight the hearts of the young and the old. It brings you back to your own memories with real life reflections. A great book to be read again and again! :)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Rachel McCarty on Nov. 18, 2010 :
I love it! It brings back memories of my dog that died several years ago. I loved the short poems as well... especially, "Come to Me." :) The heartfelt words and detailed description, makes the friendship between a dog and a young boy unique.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Shawn Cooper on Nov. 14, 2010 :
This book made me laugh one chapter and cry another. I expected a heart-warming story but I ended up taking so much more from it than just comforting fuzzies. It doesn't just touch the heart, it embraces the heart. I look forward to re-reading this and for other works to come.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Ken Crosby on Nov. 12, 2010 :
Very moving book. It touched me and reminded me of my childhood in Idaho with my dog.
Thank you Victor for the fond memories.
Ken Crosby
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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