The Boy Who Talked to Dogs: A Memoir by Martin McKenna

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The Boy Who Talked to Dogs: A Memoir

'“Martin leaves a dysfunctional home at the age of thirteen. Bullied, beaten, and humiliated, he establishes his own family composed entirely of dogs. He learns their language and finds the way of the dog to be his path to self-knowledge. This is an astonishing, well-told story filled with humor and pathos that gives us humans a rare insight into the workings of the canine mind. I will not look down on a dog ever again after reading this book.” —Malachy McCourt, author of A Monk Swimming". . . those looking for a well-told tale of personal struggle and inspiration will be very satisfied." —Booklist'
'“Martin leaves a dysfunctional home at the age of thirteen. Bullied, beaten, and humiliated, he establishes his own family composed entirely of dogs. He learns their language and finds the way of the dog to be his path to self-knowledge. This is an astonishing, well-told story filled with humor and pathos that gives us humans a rare insight into the workings of the canine mind. I will not look down on a dog ever again after reading this book.” —Malachy McCourt, author of A Monk Swimming". . . those looking for a well-told tale of personal struggle and inspiration will be very satisfied." —Booklist'
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing ISBN: 9781629148809 Pages: 240