Lucky Dog

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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Lucky Dog
  • Mark Barrowcliffe
  • English
  • 24 June 2017
  • 0312342802

About the Author: Mark Barrowcliffe

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Lucky Dog Dave Bartok is not having the best of years His mother has just died, he is an addicted poker player, and hugely in debt , his real estate business is sinking, and he doesn t really like his longtime girlfriend When he gets saddled with an abandoned dog, he doesn t think things can get worse And then Reg the dog starts talking and only Dave can hear him.At first Dave thinks he s gone crazy, but he soon realizes he s found his soul mate Dave and Reg start off on a madcap adventure that will find them tangled up with the mob, involved in an illegal real estate deal, cleaning up at the poker table, and stumbling toward true love.The wisdom of Reg the dog On couches being chewable because they are actually sausages It s got a skin, it s got stuffing, what am I not getting here On entering a dangerous establishment Actually, I ve changed my mind There s no atmosphere so menacing it can t be banished by a ham sandwich On Dave s awful girlfriend She wants so to be pack leader She acts as if she s in control when you re there, you defer to her all the time Would it not be better if she were allowed to go and form her own pack On neckties Every time you put it on you end up going somewhere you don t want to That s what I call a leash. Download Lucky Dog By Mark Barrowcliffe – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Lucky Dog

  1. Amy says:

    I love the idea of the talking dog Reg Oh, how I wish I could have conversations with mine sigh.Anyway, the book was good, however, it takes place in England and as I m not as worldly as I d like it was difficult to follow I didn t understand alot of the jargon I had to concentrateto ...

  2. Margaret says:

    Picked this up on a book exchange on a cruise, and spent a lot of time embarrassing myself by laughing out loud on airline flights If you like Brit humor with a plot, or enjoy books like Skinny Dip Carl Hiaasen I think you ll like it.I learned that I want to readby this author.

  3. Vicki says:

    My absolute favorite book I highly recommend it, especially to dog lovers.

  4. Robin says:

    I liked it The dog didn t die in the end But it did carry on a bit long.

  5. Ian Mapp says:

    I needed a bit of light relief after the last two, rather heavy books and I definately came to the right place.Dave is in his thirties, fancies a girl at work lucy, but is living with the harder nosed lydsey who bosses him about a bit He is an estate agent and a poker player.One day at work, he is nearly the victim of a swindle but Dave is too nice to want to take advantage of other people so he doesnt fall for him It involves a Dog, called Reg, who Dave realises that he can hear what it i I needed a bit of light relief after the last two, rather heavy books and I definately came to the right place.Dave is in his thirties, fancies a girl at work lucy, but is living with the harder nosed lydsey who bosses him about a bit He is an estate agent and a poker player.One day at work, he is nearly the victim of a swindle but Dave is too nice to want to take advantage of other people so he doesnt fall for him It involves a Dog, called Reg, who Da...

  6. Anna Motteler says:

    I had such mixed feelings about this book when I first started reading it I immediately loved the idea of it, a man being able to hear a dog talking to him, but at the beginning of the book I honestly could not stand the writing I m assuming it s because he s from England and some of their slang is just not what I m used to hearing But it took me some willpower to make sure I kept hanging on and trying to keep reading Which, in all honesty, I m very glad that I did This book had so many I had such mixed feelings about this book when I first started reading it I immediately loved the idea of it, a man being able to hear a dog talking to him, but at the beginning of the book I honestly could not stand the writing I m assuming it s because he s from England and some of their slang is just not what I m used to hearing But it took me some willpower to make sure I kept hanging on and trying to keep reading Which, in all honesty, I m very glad that I did This book had so many hidden meanings beneath the hu...

  7. Carole Raschella says:

    I love, love, love this book My only complaint is that Barrowcliffe hasn t writtenlike it Or a sequel Or something I ve read the book two or three times something I NEVER do Every time I pick it up to glance at a page, I m stuck for an hour because I can t put it down I read constantly, about a hundred a year, though I ve never counted...

  8. Barbara says:

    Hesitant to read this at first after reading the blurb on the cover, but found it to be an entertaining read Found the main character to be lacking in character but hopefully after all the mishaps and very poor decisions his future was brighter Loved the talking dog Would like to...

  9. Tacey says:

    Great brit lit novel I loved Reg I think this would make an excellent movie, requisite happy ending and all.I think it may have been hard for me to get into at first because of the male point of view Most of the brit lit I ve read to date Shopaholic, Bridget Jones, etc is all chi...

  10. Nicola Chase says:

    A book about a talking dog How ridiculous But this is so entertaining that suspension of disbelief is a given as I reach for a new biscuit from the biscuit tin I ll read this again every couple of years, and it never fails to amuse me Now, if only I could find my own talking dog