!!> PDF ✸ Dad, Dog and Fish ✍ Author Charles F. Emery III – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk

!!> PDF ✸ Dad, Dog and Fish ✍ Author Charles F. Emery III – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Dad, Dog and Fish
  • Charles F. Emery III
  • English
  • 08 September 2017
  • 9780615279572

Dad, Dog and FishDad, Dog And Fish Author Charles F Emery III Thomashillier.co.uk Dad, Dog And Fish Is A Memoir About My Life With My Dad And Bunkie, My Yellow Labrador Retriever Wonder Dog The Story Begins In 1960 S Southern California And Ends In A 1723 Stone Farmhouse In South East Pennsylvania, Deep In Amish Country This Memoir Is The Story Of The Life Of A Simple Man That Loved Family, Life, Humor And Animals Especially Dogs This Memoir Is A Humorous Recount Of That Life That Confronts Serious Issues As Well As Philosphical Outlooks.

About the Author: Charles F. Emery III

Charles Franklin Emery III was born in Los Angeles, California in 1956 He joined the US Navy Submarine force in 1977 and spent the following six years on Fast Attack and Fleet Ballistic Missile submarines as a Sonar Technician and Sonar Supervisor He forged a career in commercial Nuclear Power and is now a Consulting Engineer to various electric utilities He is an avid fisherman Drag Racing is

10 thoughts on “Dad, Dog and Fish

  1. says:

    Dog, Dog and Fish was a deeply personal memoir about the author s memories of his father and his dog, Bunkie I enjoyed the anecdotes of the ridiculous things Bunkie did, as well as the stories of Chuck s childhood The story was touching, funny, and occassio...

  2. says:

    This book is a memoir of a man s unconditional love for his dad His dad shares insights into living that remains in his heart and mind to this day His dad has shaped his character and their connection on the level of soul is heartwarming.

  3. says:

    A love story of sorts, of love between a father and son and of love between a man and his dog Both storylines are captivating and tug at the heartstrings Throughout this book I was continually taken back to my own childhood I could relate to the muscle head boys and sometimes pained relationship between a child and parent However, I was a bit turned off by the writing style, which I found to be disjointe...

  4. says:

    While the stories are touching and something many of us can relate to, the writing is unfortunately distracting Many of the episodes are rendered in a series of semi redundant bursts After reading it, one does develop a sense of who the author is a genuinely nice guy , and we do get to know his father and dog very well It s clear this writer lov...

  5. says:

    Being a Dad and Dog person I figured I would enjoy the read I like reading memoirs, as a tender depiction of life as I see it gives me a reminder that not everyone thinks like I do It keeps me honest, and keeps me from viewing the world through my ow...

  6. says:

    Sounds like a nice read after a long day Looked for a library with the copy but it isn t in WorldCat.

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