W. Bruce Cameron
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From W. Bruce Cameron, the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling novel A Dog's Purpose, which is now a major motion picture!
After 13-year-old Charlie Hall's mother dies and his father retreats into the silence of grief, Charlie finds himself drifting lost and alone through the brutal halls of junior high school.
But Charlie Hall is not entirely friendless. In the woods behind his house, Charlie is saved from a mountain lion by a grizzly bear, thought to be extinct in northern Idaho.
And this very unusual bear will change Charlie's life forever.
Deeply moving, and interwoven with hope and joy, Emory's Gift is not only heartwarming and charming coming of age story, but also a page-turning insightful look at how faith, trust, and unconditional love can heal a broken family and bridge the gaps that divide us.
A Dog's Purpose Series
#1 A Dog’s Purpose
#2 A Dog’s Journey
Other A Dog's Purpose Books
Ellie's Story: A Dog’s Purpose Novel
Bailey’s Story: A Dog’s Purpose Novel
Molly's Story: A Dog's Purpose Novel (forthcoming)
The Rudy McCann Series
The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man
A Dog's Way Home (forthcoming)
The Dog Master
The Dogs of Christmas
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From Publishers Weekly
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After reading his first book I couldn't wait to get my hands on his second book, especially after seeing the bear on the cover. My eyes widened several times as I read the book and there were times that I thought he was going to let me down with his story telling but he didn't. I found it to be a wonderful, magical book for those who choose to believe. I believe, and I will read his next book. And I will never forget Emory.
The most entertaining book I've read in 20 years.
What A Beautifully Written Novel
This book was simply amazing. I loved the whole plot of it. I feel like this book could easily be turned into a movie and it would be a family film success (like Hoot but better?😉)
The religious aspect was also amazing. Emory the bear did have a message and he delivered it well.
Amazing amazing book. I would recommend to all