The Return

The Return

Book - 2012
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The thrilling Dogs of the Drowned City adventure concludes!

Shep and his pack have survived a terrible storm and fought off a pack of vicious wild dogs. Now the dogs must face their greatest challenge yet: finding their way back to their families.

Now that the humans have returned to the city, Shep knows he wants to find his boy. But there are so many other dogs to help and so many dangers along the way. Worst of all is Shep's fear-now that he's learned to live Outside, will he be able to find happiness again as a pet?

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Scholastic, 2012
ISBN: 9780545276474
Branch Call Number: LORENTZ
Call Number: Children's Fiction Book
Characteristics: 228 p. ; 19 cm


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Sep 08, 2019

It doesn't count if you didn't read the first few books, and you can't change the ending that's already written, the whole thing is about them going back to their families. It is sad that they have to leave each other, but their owners need them too. You can't just create your own version to prolong the inevitable, things must go on and you can't just move the problem to a secluded barn so you can feel better, life doesn't work like that, there really is no good reason for them to stay together when they have separate connections.

Jun 10, 2019

I disagree! I didn't read the first few books, and this one had a pretty good ending.

Nov 11, 2014

DON'T READ THIS BOOK. I REPEAT DO NOT READ THIS BOOK. If you are someone who has read the other two books and wants to read the third one, don't read it because it has a terrible ending and it will ruin the whole series. I understand that the last book left you hanging so I have decided to make a fake ending for those of you who want to know what happens. Here it is:

Shep and the remains of the pack go to this place with tones of cages full of all sorts of pets. They are able to rescue Callie, Blaze, and a Cocker spaniel(Named Ozzie) that Dover insists on rescuing, but they don't have time to help anyone else. Shep and his pack then journey away from the city into the countryside. They soon find a barn near a farm, that they want to use as shelter. A cat named Bear lives in the barn. She tells Fuzz, and Fuzz tells the pack, that the humans no longer use the barn. Fuzz convinces Bear to let the dogs stay at the barn, and she agrees. The barn turns out to be the perfect base tor the dogs, Lots of space, no vicious dogs, lots of prey to hunt. Since the pack is smaller Callie and Shep aren't under so much pressure. The dogs are truly happy in their new home. Fuzz becomes good friends with Bear, and is happy to be around another cat. Callie and Ozzie become good friends, and Blaze and Shep are together as always. I hope you enjoyed my ending and I hope you like it enough to not read the real book. :-)


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