Lost Dog: A Love Story



Lost Dog: A Love StoryMeet Woman S Best FriendKate Is A Middle Aged Woman Trying To Steer Some Order Into A Life That Is Going Off The Rails When She Adopts A Lurcher Called Wolfy, The Shabby Rescue Dog Saves Her From Herself But When The Dog Disappears, It Is Up To Kate To Hit The Streets Of London And Find Him Will She Save Him, As He Has Saved Her Or Will She Lose Everything As She Trudges Endlessly Calling His Name In The Hopeless Hope She May Find Him, She Runs Into Other People S Landscapes And Lives, Finding Allies Amongst Gypsy Kings, Psychics, And Mysterious Midnight Joggers Trying To Find Her Dog Tests Her Relationship, And Her Sanity, To Its Limits And Gets Her Thinking About Her Life, And Why Things Have Turned Out As They Have For Her A Brilliant, Life Affirming Tragicomic Memoir, Lost Dog Is A Book Like No Other About Both Modern Womanhood And The Relationship Between Human And Animal

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  • ebook
  • Lost Dog: A Love Story
  • Kate Spicer
  • 20 July 2019
  • 1473559669

10 thoughts on “Lost Dog: A Love Story

  1. Richard says:

    Being the owner of a dog I totally get it

  2. Rob Twinem says:

    A shaggy dog story Kate wants to change her daily routine of casual drink and drug use whilst writing the odd article for numerous lifestyle magazines She lives with her partner Charlie in a fashionable part of London but not so fashionable flat and their relationship could be best described as tolerable Into her life comes Wolfy a cross lurcher with shaggy dog features loveable and needy, the perfect companion for Kate to turn all her affections what an unequalled joy it was to love and be A shaggy dog story Kate wants to change her daily routine of casual drink and drug use whilst writing the odd article for numerous lifestyle magazines She lives with her partner Charlie in a fashionable part of London but not so fashionable flat and their relationship could be best described as tolerable Into her life comes Wolfy a cross lurcher with shaggy dog features loveable and needy, the perfect companion for Kate to turn all her affections what an unequalled joy it was to love and be loved with no conditions, even by a dumb animal One day whilst leaving Wolfy in the watchful hands of her brother, Wolfy it would appear, decides he has no further need for his affectionate yet annoying my opinion owner and does a runner The remainder of this shaggy dog story involves Kate s 9 day search for her loveable pooch and the will she or wont she find him dilemma that ensues There are some good characters introduced along the way most notable being the midnight runner likes to train at night when the streets are empty and Anna Twinney the founder of reach out to horsesand it would also appear dogs who for a price will make some out of this world contact with the missing pooch the hope being that Wolfy can be found The excitement builds, the emotions are running high as the reader and Kate stumble from false sighting to false sightingwill she ever find him You will need to read the story to find out A pleasant enjoyable read with some tidy life observations Love isn t just neurotransmitters, is it It s not just dependency It is our route to something beautiful, mysterious and transcendent Without it, life is a hollow set of functions and, frankly, pointless.Many thanks to the good people at netgalley for a gratis copy in return for an honest review and that is what I have written

  3. Agustina Dates says:

    The book was funny for some parts and easy to read I think a long article there might be one or a short story would have been aappropriate format As much as I love dogs and cats and I have been really sad in the past when losing them, I still could not personally empathise fully with many of her very intense feelings Obviously her drug and alcohol issues are not as serious as the writer of A street cat named Bob, but I saw a lot of parallelisms between the redemption qualities attribu The book was funny for some parts and easy to read I think a long article there might be one or a short story would have been aappropriate format As much as I love dogs and cats and I have been really sad in the past when losing them, I still could not personally empathise fully with many of her very intense feelings Obviously her drug and alcohol issues are not as serious as the writer of A street cat named Bob, but I saw a lot of parallelisms between the redemption qualities attributed to their pets As I have lived around Archway and Arsenal for 6 years, it was also really easy to imagine all the places she was describing I always appreciate a London book

  4. Sarah Allen says:

    A must read for anyone who has loved, owned or lost a dog Although in parts it is almost unbearably painful Kate Spicer manages to express the reality of the love affair some of us have with our dogs It is laced with quite a sharp wit, a wry perspective on society and how we live today I won t go on as I don t want to spoil it suffice to say, having started it I could hardly put it down.

  5. Emer Tannam says:

    Just a lovely book about a woman who loves her dog.

  6. Rob Twinem says:

    Kate wants to change her daily routine of casual drink and drug use whilst writing the odd article for numerous lifestyle magazines She lives with her partner Charlie in a fashionable part of London but not so fashionable flat and their relationship could be best described as tolerable Into her life comes Wolfy a cross lurcher with shaggy dog features loveable and needy, the perfect companion for Kate to turn all her affections what an unequalled joy it was to love and be loved with no cond Kate wants to change her daily routine of casual drink and drug use whilst writing the odd article for numerous lifestyle magazines She lives with her partner Charlie in a fashionable part of London but not so fashionable flat and their relationship could be best described as tolerable Into her life comes Wolfy a cross lurcher with shaggy dog features loveable and needy, the perfect companion for Kate to turn all her affections what an unequalled joy it was to love and be loved with no conditions, even by a dumb animal One day whilst leaving Wolfy in the watchful hands of her brother, Wolfy it would appear, decides he has no further need for his affectionate yet annoying my opinion owner and does a runner The remainder of this shaggy dog story involves Kate s 9 day search for her loveable pooch and the will she or wont she find him dilemma that ensues There are some good characters introduced along the way most notable being the midnight runner likes to train at night when the streets are empty and Anna Twinney the founder of reach out to horsesand it would also appear dogs who for a price will make some out of this world contact with the missing pooch the hope being that Wolfy can be found The excitement builds, the emotions are running high as the reader and Kate stumble from false sighting to false sightingwill she ever find him You will need to read the story to find out A pleasant enjoyable read with some tidy life observations Love isn t just neurotransmitters, is it It s not just dependency It is our route to something beautiful, mysterious and transcendent Without it, life is a hollow set of functions and, frankly, pointless.Many thanks to the good people at netgalley for a gratis copy in return for an honest review and that is what I have written

  7. Philippa says:

    Kate, a well known journalist, decides, after one too many nights on the drugs and drink, to adopt a rescue dog a lurcher called Wolfy Almost instantly, her messy life is transformed by this adorable creature She finds herself making better andresponsible decisions, making new friends, her relationship improving, and her world opening up But thenWolfy runs away I really enjoyed this book Kate writes so poignantly and honestly about the changes that needed to be made in her life a Kate, a well known journalist, decides, after one too many nights on the drugs and drink, to adopt a rescue dog a lurcher called Wolfy Almost instantly, her messy life is transformed by this adorable creature She finds herself making better andresponsible decisions, making new friends, her relationship improving, and her world opening up But thenWolfy runs away I really enjoyed this book Kate writes so poignantly and honestly about the changes that needed to be made in her life and how becoming a dog owner helped make those changes happen And thankfully it does, spoiler alert, have a happy ending.A must read for dog lovers Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for an ARC

  8. Marie (UK) says:

    I received a copy of this book in return for an honest review I found it quite difficult to get into and fully engage with this book although it did improve over time I liked the story of how the dog created a new way of living for the author but I didn t feel there was enough meat to the bones of this book

  9. Heather says:

    Beautiful I want a dogthan ever now.

  10. MR J says:

    BeautifulA very well written account of the love that exists between humans and dogs Kate keeps you in suspense a page turner Definitely art.

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