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BOOK REVIEW: Dogs in the Air by Jack Bradley

| 18 November 2015 | Reply

BOOK REVIEW: Dogs in the Air by Jack Bradley

Hachette Australia
October 2015
Hardback, $29.99
Reviewed by Shane Pinnegar

Photography / Humour


Dogs In The Air cover

It’s a bit of fluff, this book – an ironic descriptor, considering the content is photographs of furry, fluffy, pooches leaping, jumping and flying through the air.

In our lives we are bombarded by stress, pressure, content and cries for attention 24/7, and we often forget to make time for ourselves to simply chill out and decompress. Life certainly was simpler in the olden days.

Dogs In The Air – like previous similar titles Underwater Dogs, Dogs Hanging Out Of Windows, etc – is perfect in its simplicity. Photographs of dogs in the air: it does exactly what it says on the tin!

Take ten minutes to sit in some fresh air and flick through the pages, and see the stress lifting off your shoulders, note the smile creeping across your face, and marvel at the cuteness, athleticism and sheer diversity of the animals on show. You won’t regret it, and it’s guaranteed to inspire you to take your own best friend out for a run and a leap.

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