Reviews

  • 'An intriguing mosaic in which the human characters are full of foibles and the dogs are gloriously doggy. Funny, sad, gritty and beautifully told, this story will make you look at life again and appreciate the small acts of kindness that make everything worthwhile.

    HAZEL PRIOR, author of Away with the Penguins
  • The kind of charm readers will recall from Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine... a welcome balm for anxious lockdown minds... the book is gentle but poignant, moving but uplifting, suffused with different kinds of love and loss.

    VANITY FAIR
  • A Russian doll of a book that twists and tugs each outer husk, revealing delicate and poignant inner layers.

    BETH MORREY, author of SAVING MISSY
  • [A] Touching and thoughtful debut novel

    RED
  • Hilarious and moving, it recognises the unconditional love of dogs and their ability to make the world a better place

    WOMAN'S WEEKLY
  • A charming, surprising and moving story of three troubled characters' encounter with love, grief, healing.

    CLARE CHAMBERS, author of SMALL PLEASURES
  • If you enjoyed Beth Morrey's Saving Missy, you'll love this...both hilarious and moving.

    Woman and Home
  • Easy to read and witty but full of pathos and sadness, this tightly plotted tale will bring you joy.

    BEST
  • Tender, humorous and hopeful

    LISSA EVANS, author of V for Victory
  • Dog Days is a beautiful novel, filled with poignancy and humour. Ericka Waller looks closely at life with all its ghosts and new beginnings, finding glitter in the dark and hope where there is healing.

    Rónán Hession, author of Leonard and Hungry Paul

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