"Doggie Heaven Does Exist!"
"I'm beginning to understand it all and there are
some things I'm hoping, by sheer dogmatic will,
I can get you to realize."
And so Dallas, the most notable and quotable dog of his era, an era where dogs reached their free roamin' evolutionary peak, attempts to recount his glorious life with a new heavenly perspective.
Sherburne, New York, in the mid 1970's was the last boy/dog era where real life existed outside in open space. A time before leash laws, cable TV and the internet. A time when a dog was free to chase, hump and fight to his hearts content. Dallas and his doggie "partners in crime" lived by the credo of "dog lovin' chaos" and the village still bellows over countless tales years after their passing.
The Dogs of Sherburne were real and author, Tom Mody, has taken accounts of their exploits from their Masters and his own disbelieveing eyes. The stories are woven into a fictional struggle for their continued freedom. Dallas also shares his perspectives in mini satirical commentaries as Mody embellishes a decade of societal changes through his dog's after-life revelations.
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Go inside the writing of the novel with author Tom Mody to learn the process and motivations of the project.
Sample the novel one chapter at a time
FACT OR FICTION:
What is the real truth behind many of the outrageous story points.
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