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Dog Days - Large Print [ DOG DAYS - LARGE PRINT ] by Watson, Elsa (Author ) on Oct-10-2012 Paperback (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 10. Oktober 2012

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  • Verlag: Large Print Press (10. Oktober 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0765368080
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765368089
  • ASIN: B0092FRSPE
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 2,3 x 10,8 x 18,4 cm
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Von R.D. Merk am 22. Juli 2014
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alles perfekt, weiter so, danke,danke danke danke danke danke, mann wann hab ich die wortzahl endlich erreicht, ist das nötig?
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What Is It Like to Be a Dog? 23. Mai 2012
Von JohnBerten - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
What would your dog say if it could talk? Well, Dog Days by Elsa Watson could give you a little insight on that with her hilarious romantic comedy.
Jessica isn't a big fan of furry friends, but she does like the hot town vet and she must volunteer to help with the annual dog festival in order to save her restaurant. What she doesn't see coming is just how closely she would be working with the dogs. A freak accident has Jessica and a white German Shepard named Zoe trading bodies and that's when everything really does go to the dogs.
This is the perfect summer read, especially if you love romance, comedy or animals. It's sweet, thoughtful, fun, funny and poignant all at a fast pace. In a word; re-readable!
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Great book for the beach! 18. Juni 2012
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John Steinback once said "I've seen a look in dogs' eyes, a quickly vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that basically dogs think humans are nuts." I would say this statement is more true than not. In Dog Days by Elsa Watson this topic is explored when Jessica Sheldon switches bodies with a stray dog, Zoe. Jessica isn't known for her love of the canine species. She works hard at trying to run her failing restaurant. She's really stressed out with life in general. She can't even work up the courage to talk to her long time crush, Max. Zoe is lost. She doesn't remember much about how she got to be lost. She attaches herself to Jessica after she's rescued her from the dog catcher. Unfortunately while walking home they both get struck by lightening and when they both wake up they're in each other's body.
This story is told from two points of view, Jessica and Zoe. I love that Watson made Zoe naive but also intelligent. Zoe doesn't have much of a filter. She says and does whatever she wants. She has to learn what it is to be human. Jessica is in a tougher bind. She's trapped in the body of a dog. She can't speak or communicate. This burden turns out to be a blessing. Jessica gets the opportunity to observe the people around her and it causes her to take a look at herself. She has to learn how to let go of the past and have some fun. Together Jessica and Zoe must learn to trust one another.
Dog Days is like the canine version of Freak Friday. There are lessons to be learned, problems to let go, and an understanding to be made. This is a lighthearted, funny, and entertaining read. Animal lovers will adore this book. If you don't have a dog, you're probably going to go out and adopt one after you read this book.
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Very Interesting Take on Being A Dog 7. Juni 2012
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Now if you had asked me before I read Dog Days if I would enjoy a book about a dog and human changing bodies and having to learn how to work together to accomplish goals and find a way to get back in their own bodies, I would have told you that it sounds kind of crazy and not really my type of book. Well, I have to say that I was way wrong. I really enjoyed this story and Elsa Watson does a great job of writing from Zoe, the dog, point of view when she suddenly finds herself in Jessica's human body. The idea of switching bodies was a bit odd in the beginning but as the story progressed there was a lot more plot line than I had expected. There are friendship and romances explored, the potiental failure of Jessica and Karrie's resturaunt, Glimmerglass, and the crazy Woofinstock festival in the town Jessica loves. I enjoyed the lessons that both Zoe and Jessica learn and how they both want nothing more than to be back in their own bodies to go on with their lives. This is a laugh out loud story, there are scenes that are a bit more serious but there are a lot more that the picutres that Elsa Watson paints are truly funny. This would be a great beach read or book for travel.
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The day of the dog 26. Mai 2012
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What a fun book to read. I don't think any of us ever imagined what it would be like to trade places with our dogs. Talk about your romantic comedy this is it. If you like romance and or dogs or both this is the book to be reading this summer.

Jessica and Zoe switch bodies after a lightning strike. Jessica has a crush for the local vet and helps him with the local dog festival that is not as Jessica but as Zoe. She help the dogs more than she thought she would. If Zoe and Jessica can work together Zoe might find her lost family and Jessica can save her café.

The characters were all well planned and humorous. The setting is with all the dogs, café, vet is written so well you would think you were there watching in person.
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A fun read! 2. Juni 2012
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What a fun read! As others have noted, it's "Freaky Friday," but with a dog/woman instead. Even though you know it's coming, the scene where they are switched is hysterical. Sometimes tender-hearted, sometimes funny, this is a great read for taking your mind off your troubles. The character of Zoe, the dog, is so spot-on, and any lover of dogs and whimsical romantic comedies will enjoy this book!
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