Enjoy may not be the right word to use to describe this book as it deals with a very dark subject - the experimentation on animals by commercial, scientific and governmental groups. the dogs Rowf and Snitter are two such animals and by pure chance they are able to escape. The book follows their foray into the unknown countryside and their desperate quest to remain alive, all the while pursued relentlessly by the authorities. Adams' writing is very descriptive and his treatment of the conversations between the two dogs is simply captivating. I had a bit of difficulty with the very broad dialects of the local inhabitants but it was not a real deterant to understanding what was going on. The sections on the interaction of various governmentsl agencies was very reminiscent of Terry Fallis and his satires on the Canadian government and its ponderousness and ability to take a hundred words to say nothing. The story is gruesome so be prepared, but if you can get past that, the writing and the pace will keep you reading.
Two laboratory dogs escape from a research centre. Told from the dogs point of view.
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