Adam Marsh’s perfect life as a wealthy business man with a socialite wife and three homes is destroyed in minutes after one impulsive and emotional act. His life totally changed, he finds himself alone in a small apartment, unemployed and doing community service hours at a homeless shelter. In an attempt to help a shelter client, Adam’s life intersects with that of a dog who is trying to escape his own horrific past. Dog and man develop a bond, teaching each other about survival, trust, loyalty, redemption and what matters most in life–love. In alternating chapters, One Good Dog tells the story of Adam, while the dog narrates his own story, describing the changes in his life that lead him from a caged fighting dog to a beloved pet. I loved this poignant story about the value of pets in our lives and found it one of the best books I have read in quite a while!