How does it feel to be abandoned? To wake up one morning cold and miserable in a strange, unfamiliar place where no one even knows your name? This is what happens to a cross-breed collie who is separated from his brother when his family finds two dogs too difficult to cope with. Will he survive? And will he ever find a home where he is really wanted?...
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Nobody's Dog Reviews
A Colin Dann novel at its best. My only complaint is that it wasn't long enough and that the book is sadly, out of print. I've been a fan of Colin Dann's work ever since I read the Amimals of Farthing Wood, years ago (1993, I think) and my love of his work has been with me ever since. It's a shame that today's young adult fiction fails to live up to the imagination and charm of books which are written for younger kids.
Nice story, but it changes point-of-view way too many times for such a short book.Obviously aimed at a younger audience than, say, The Animals of Farthing Wood, there just isn't enough suspense to keep it interesting for older readers.
Recieved this from Father Christmas the year I got my dog!! A nice tale but I think I was a bit old for it at the time. However, it's always nice to read a non-taxing book once in a while and the subject matter was apt for the time.