A Prairie Home Apocalypse or: What the Dog Saw

A Prairie Home Apocalypse or What the Dog Saw The dog did not understand when his people left him behind in the cold and the rain He did not understand when the sound of gunshots echoed through the air And he did not understand when the things ca

  • Title: A Prairie Home Apocalypse or: What the Dog Saw
  • Author: Albert Berg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The dog did not understand when his people left him behind in the cold and the rain He did not understand when the sound of gunshots echoed through the air And he did not understand when the things came into his yard Things that moved and moaned, and smelled very very dead.With all he has ever known in tatters the dog is forced to forge ahead into an uncertain world wheThe dog did not understand when his people left him behind in the cold and the rain He did not understand when the sound of gunshots echoed through the air And he did not understand when the things came into his yard Things that moved and moaned, and smelled very very dead.With all he has ever known in tatters the dog is forced to forge ahead into an uncertain world where the dead things roam and danger lurks at every turn All he has to his credit is a keen nose and an unswerving devotion to the girl who rescued him.Together these two innocents will risk everything for each other in a world where evil reigns supreme.

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    1. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Having the story of the zombie apocalypse told from a dog's perspective was a fun twist. I found the book very easy to read and a real page turner.There aren't many zombie stories with dogs in them. From one perspective, their barking could attract zombies. However, if they can be trained properly, they could be an excellent early warning system.For anyone that enjoyed this book, be sure to check out "Bones: The Complete Apocalypse Saga" by Mark Wheaton. A trilogy [...]

    2. I picked this novella up during a free promotion by the author.This was a decent novella which depicts the zombie apocalypse from the dog's point of view. In a way, it was a little bit irritating reading the phrase "the dog" over and over again. But after I got over that, I began to enjoy the story.I think the author shows quite an imagination, plus I love dogs, so I ended up giving this one 3 stars.

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