Somebody's Doodle


Fiction - Animals
336 Pages
Reviewed on 07/20/2020
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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

Lives change for the better when two movie star Labradoodles are dognapped in the fun novel, Somebody's Doodle by Nikki and Richard Attree. When Jack starts a partnership with less-than-trustworthy Harry, nabbing wealthy people's dogs for the large rewards, he thinks he's landed the best get-rich-quick scheme. Only, once Jack gains possession of the dogs, he falls in love with them and begins to question his career. Their most lucrative job will be soon-to-be stars, Doodle and Gizmo. But then Jack meets Annie, who is an animal lover and advocate. She inspires him to stop nabbing dogs, and look into a legitimate canine-based business. Unfortunately, Annie is one dognapping too late. Caught in a web of subterfuge, Jack must make a choice. Can he get out of crime before it is too late? Or will he finally get caught?

A dog is for life is the succinct and enlightening theme in the fabulous canine-centered novel, Somebody's Doodle by Nikki and Richard Attree. It is a delightfully entertaining story with engaging human characters, charming canines, and a captivating plot. The dialogue shifts between the human characters' and the dogs' points of view, eloquently combining humor and facetiousness, creating amusing and illuminating interchanges. I was pleased with the many epiphanies that the characters experienced, indicating personal growth. This moving story sends an important message to dog and animal lovers; animals have needs and feelings just like a human, and to withhold attention from them is negligent. Everyone who loves a feel-good story involving animals that actually comes to a happy ending will love this book!