Free read ½ The Last Dog on Earth ô PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB


Free read The Last Dog on Earth

Free read ½ The Last Dog on Earth ô PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB å [Download] ➺ The Last Dog on Earth ➽ Adrian J. Walker – Helpyouantib.co.uk Every dog has its dayAnd for Lineker a happy go lucky mongrel from Peckham the day the world ends is his finally a chance to prove to his owner just howUt when an abandoned orphan shows up in the stairwell of their building Reg The Last Kindle and Lineker must brave the outside in order to save not only the child but themselves. This is a really good book At first it is funny and then it get dark It can be a little scary as in “could this really happen” I enjoyed the dog Lineker’s perspective on people and the world and his snarky foul mouthed attitude

The Last Dog on EarthUt when an abandoned orphan shows up in the stairwell of their building Reg The Last Kindle and Lineker must brave the outside in order to save not only the child but themselves. This is a really good book At first it is funny and then it get dark It can be a little scary as in “could this really happen” I enjoyed the dog Lineker’s perspective on people and the world and his snarky foul mouthed attitude

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The Last Dog on Earth ´ Every dog has its dayAnd for Dog on Kindle #213 Lineker a happy go lucky mongrel from Peckham the day the world ends is his finally a chance to prove to his owner just how loyal h. There are great ideas on this book the main character being an agoraphobic remembering snipets of his previous life his inability to be touched most of them just feed your curiosity and want to keep you reading Lineker the dog the chapters alternate between Reg's and Lineker's narrative which offers two sides of a story and also provide feedback on things we won't have otherwise Also the chapters narrated by Lineker are profound tangling with things like Death life human ways to see things and act while also having some funny parts the post apocaliptic world Why is London destroyed What is going on Why humaity is living in pockets of civilisation What is going onAs I've said all these main ideas are great Then why the low rating Because you keep on reading and it seems like most of the time you ain't getting nowhere Lots of narrative but the story doesn't uite move along and at some time I completly lost interest in it Plus things like Reg keeping the tag on the girl's neck where it says she is a target is so obvious that even another character points it out at some point The fact that he keeps leaving his poor dog behind when running for his life The fact that he seems to thawn a bit to the little girl but he doesn't really evolve in the same way that the story keeps on dragging He changes locations but doens't seem like the story offers much in way of little snippets of info to keep you hooked maybe IMO with a bit of a make over this would be a great reading characters ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Adrian J. Walker

Adrian J. Walker ☆ 6 review

Adrian J. Walker ☆ 6 review E can beReg an agoraphobic writer with an obsession for nineties football plans to wait out the impending doom in his second floor flat hiding himself away from the riots outsideB. In a weird moment of book related synchronicity I finished one book that has a dog as a character only to immediately start another that also features a dog front and centre The Last Dog on Earth the latest from Adrian J Walker is exactly what it promises to be; the tale of one man his dog and the end of the worldLineker is most loyal mutt you are ever likely to meet He will do anything for his human companion Reg He implicitly trusts the man he shares his life with In fact I’d go further he idolises Reg Lineker thinks humans are so consistently amazing in everything that we do so how can Reg be anything other than perfect It turns out dogs are far cleverer than we give them credit for In their own uniue way our four legged friends are a philosophical bunch They understand most things; their brains are like sponges when it comes to inputThe sad truth of the matter is that Reg is a bit of a mess The world outside his tiny flat has gone to hell but he is almost entirely oblivious A personal trauma has left him all but broken and he copes with this by choosing to be alone He wants nothing than to avoid all human contact As long as it is just Lineker and him Reg is ok I always find myself fascinated when an author captures those minute details that define a character Even the simplest gesture or turn of phrase can speak volumes Reg is very precise and his dismay whenever that precision is uestioned or ignored feels palpable It is just another well realised example of the coping mechanisms he has developed in order to surviveAt the heart of The Last Dog on Earth is the dynamic that exists between Lineker and Reg The story is told from each of their perspectives as alternate chapters feature their point of view We get to see how both interpret events differently Lineker is all boundless enthusiasm and excitement he is a dog after all while Reg is introspective almost paranoid I particularly love the way the character of Lineker comes across I know we’ll never know exactly how our pets think and I fully appreciate that we anthropomorphise their actions but there is a part of me that hopes the way Lineker thinks is exactly what goes through the minds of all dogsI have a special place in my heart when it comes to the end of the world Rather than focusing on a huge apocalyptic event The Last Dog in the World looks at societal collapse due to the rise of the political extremism What with the current state of affairs in the UK and elsewhere it makes some of the content feel eerily plausible Snippets of the unpleasant rhetoric spouted by the story’s villains sounds like it could be coming right out the mouths of our politicians I never expected a book about one man and his dog to be uite so topicalScattered throughout the narrative there are genuinely emotive moments Reg and Lineker both slowly change as they leave the safety of their uiet little life I’m always impressed when fiction manages to be so affecting Reg’s history is also explored and the reasons he is the way he is are ultimately revealed You get a real sense of what makes this forlorn shadow of a man tick In all honesty faced with the things he has had to face I don’t imagine I would have fared any better Sometimes we can be so damaged by the outside world the only option when it comes to self preservation is to retreat from everything and everyone The only lifeline Reg has in his life is his dog Watching how he desperately clings to that single connection is rivetingThe Last Dog on Earth caught me completely unaware I had no expectations going in as I’ve not read any of Adrian J Walker’s other work I was impressed The story was great the characters are memorable and there is plenty of insight into the nature of humanity and how we view ourselves and others