Besides the great reviews, I bought this book because I am a dog lover. I was not disappointed. I have always felt that dogs have much to tell us about living, and Enzo, the dog in this story, is wise and philosophical. His observations are amusing, heartbreaking, and very accurate. Limited as he is in a dog’s body, he finds ways to express himself that are downright hysterical at times. He is an observant and entertaining narrator to a story that encompasses terminal illness and an ugly custody battle. He is strong for his master, Denny, and finds ways to encourage him and keep him fighting when he otherwise would’ve given up. The book was well-written, and Enzo was impossible not to love. Discussion ideas: Reincarnation, thoughts of dogs, and auto-racing. Favorite words: Lugubrious and implacable. Overall philosophy: Your car goes where your eyes go or that which you manifest is before you. An engaging read!