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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Moon Dogg by Michael Greco is the story of a man who dies and comes back to life in the body of a teenager. While the story itself is very intriguing and interesting, it has strains of mysticism and spiritualism that added a new layer to the story. Dogg is an amazing character; he is complex and ready to change the world with his own brand of skepticism. I enjoyed how the characters were given depth and a chance to grow to become better and more defined.
This is the story of small-time Arizona filmmaker Jerome Doggman, a man who is anti religion. So you can image his shock when he is killed and he wakes up again in the body of a teenage boy who has a very religious family. Living the life of everything he stood against, Doggman has no idea what is happening to him. Now a boy, he is shocked to find that he is falling in love with the older sister of the boy in whose body he woke up. What is happening to him and why is it happening to him? Why did he wake up in the body of a boy who has been in a coma for almost a decade? What is the purpose behind it?
What I loved most about this very well written and well thought out story was its pace. The author did not rush anything; he let the characters grow at their own pace and let them discover things on their own. This is the kind of character development that I love the most; where the character leads the story and not the author. I loved how Doggman grew, adapted and understood things for how they are and not what he thought they were. I enjoyed the mystery and the whole spiritual theme of the story as well. All in all, this was a whole package that I thoroughly enjoyed.