A Dog’s Way Home by W. Bruce Cameron

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A Dog's Way Home by W. Bruce Cameron

A Dog’s Way Home
by W. Bruce Cameron

Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Length: 336 pages
Audiobook Length: 11 hours and 18 minutes
First Published: 2010
ISBN: 978-0765374660

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Publisher’s Description

Lucas Ray is shocked when an adorable puppy jumps out of an abandoned building and into his arms. Though the apartment he shares with his mother, a disabled veteran, doesn’t allow dogs, Lucas can’t resist taking Bella home.

Bella is inexplicably drawn to Lucas, even if she doesn’t understand the necessity of games like No Barks. As it becomes more difficult to hide her from the neighbors, Lucas begins to sneak Bella into the VA where he works. There, Bella brings joy and comfort where it is needed most.

After Bella is picked up by Animal Control because pit bulls are banned in Denver, Lucas has no choice but to send her to a foster home until he can figure out what to do. But Bella, distraught at the separation, doesn’t plan to wait. With 400 miles of dangerous Colorado wilderness between her and her person, Bella sets off on a seemingly impossible and completely unforgettable adventure home.

Quotes from A Dog’s Way Home

“I knew, though, that life was never that easy, that instead of doors being opened for you, to get anywhere, you had to jump over fences.”

Film Adaptation of A Dog’s Way Home

 

About W. Bruce Cameron

W. Bruce Cameron is the New York Times bestselling author of 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter, The Dog Master, and the A Dog’s Purpose series. In 2011 he was named Columnist of the Year by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. He lives in California. Visit his website.

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