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Reviews for Dog on It (Chet and Bernie Series #1)

 Dog on It magazine reviews

The average rating for Dog on It (Chet and Bernie Series #1) based on 2 reviews is 4 stars.has a rating of 4 stars

Review # 1 was written on 2020-06-02 00:00:00
2010was given a rating of 4 stars Joseph Segreto
What a positively cute read! Perfect for all dog lovers! The entire book is told from the perspective of Chet. Who's Chet? Glad you asked! He's an adorable, furry, four-pawed delight with two different colored ears. Yup! Chet's a dog! Chet's partner in crime and best pal in the whole wide world is Bernie. A down on his luck private investigator, and together duo make an amazing team. I loved Chet's…Ooh look! A squirrel moments when he forgets what he's doing at any given second. Or catching himself growling with no particular reason. Well, that sounds just like my pup! Lol! I think the two might have some distant DNA. The story-line of a missing teen flowed smoothly as Bernie and Chet began turning over every stone to find her. A light, enjoyable read that left me chuckling and smiling throughout! Thank you to Simon & Schuster.
Review # 2 was written on 2013-03-04 00:00:00
2010was given a rating of 4 stars Chad Bowling
If you ever wanted to stick your head inside a dog's brain, wiggle it around a little, and see what decides to pop out, then DOG ON IT is the book for you. If you're a mystery lover with a heightened sense of curiosity about said dog, then that's even better. If you don't love dogs on some sort of basic level, then you might find yourself in a state of uncertainty. Or maybe you like unique voices in detective fiction. But the bottom line is it's all about the dog, and Chet fills every page with his unique perspective. This book was an easy read, but it was a darn fine enjoyable one, too. Chet was lovable, affectionate, filled with happiness and joy, and just so darn cute. He changed direction about as often as Britney Spears changes her underwear, but I got caught up in whatever scent, or thread, or squirrel happened to pop into view. As for unique voices, though, I'm drawn to those like cars are to potholes. Chet made me feel like I was driving down I-25 with my head stuck out the window and the wind assaulting me, as my nostrils filled with the fresh air after a brief desert rain. The rhythm of the sentences, the quick turn of direction, and the bubbles that seemed to pop with the utmost ease allowed me to believe I was inside Chet's head every step of the way. Sure, Chet had his faults, but he was as lovable on the first page as he was on the last. And sure the mystery could have been more complicated, but this is a dog's perspective after all. It helps to look at it from a slightly tinted glass. Just smile and wave boys, smile and wave, because Chet is here to stay. Cross-posted at Robert's Reads


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