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No notes for slide. Rescuing riley saving myself a man and his dogs struggle to find salvation 1. Publisher : Skyhorse Publishing Release Date : 3. The meeting was one of a man and a dog singularly suited to save each other. As a former US Marine sergeant, Zak was one of only a few people with the mettle and physical wherewithal to get Riley out.
And in rescuing him, Zak was also attempting to save himself, conquering the currents of cruelty that swelled beneath his early life and had always threatened to drown him. You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips.
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Rescuing Riley, Saving Myself: A Man and His Dog's Struggle to Find Salvation
Thank you. Congratulations to him. I will continue to shout to anyone I know about reading this book and how it's not just a story about saving an animal. It's a story of feeling and healing.
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Feb 18, Desiree Smolin rated it really liked it. An direct, open, unusually well-written book that reveals the deep suffering and long-lasting effects that severe bullying can have on its victims. Through the rescue of a severely malnourished and dehydrated dog senselessly left to die in a remote wilderness spot from which there is no hope of escape, the author is reminded of, recounts, and begins to come to terms with his own childhood--a childhood in which he was emotionally abandoned by adult caregivers while being severely bullied and trea An direct, open, unusually well-written book that reveals the deep suffering and long-lasting effects that severe bullying can have on its victims.
Through the rescue of a severely malnourished and dehydrated dog senselessly left to die in a remote wilderness spot from which there is no hope of escape, the author is reminded of, recounts, and begins to come to terms with his own childhood--a childhood in which he was emotionally abandoned by adult caregivers while being severely bullied and treated as an outcast by those his own age. The child is indeed the father of the man. When a child is profoundly alone in suffering and interpreting ongoing social, emotional, physical, and relational cruelty, the child inevitably learns and relearns the lessons his own life is teaching him--lessons about himself, his worth, life, and the untrustworthiness of others.
A masterfully constructed window into the world of a bullied child become adult. Lest anyone think this book is simply a depressing downer, it isn't. It has has a happy ending for both man and dog. And leaves the reader not depressed, but richer. Hope and change, this book says, is possible.
And begins with us, wherever and whoever we are, as we contemplate truths that this book so eloquently demonstrates. An interesting story about a man who rescues a dog from a canyon. What makes the story into a book is how Anderegg weaves his personal story of being neglected and bullied into the story of the rescue and the puppy. Enjoyed reading it, but not for right before sleep! Sep 25, Carolyn Vandine West rated it really liked it Shelves: library-book , animal-stories-true-and-fiction.
I am such an animal lover that this book really hit home. I hope everyone who reads this book will come away with how they can help someone else in life especially if they see signs of bullying in a young person. Mar 18, Jan rated it it was amazing Shelves: nonfiction , memoir-biography , animals. My heart still feels like it has been prodded by a sharp stick. I found this nonfiction book so touching and powerful, I know it will linger with me for a long time.
The story begins when Zak Anderegg, a young vet in his 30's, is climbing and rappelling through a slot canyon outside of Page, Arizona. He is an expert climber and has a passion for it.
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As he descends this particular slot canyon he finds a pit at the bottom in which is huddled a black puppy, near death. It is clear that the puppy cou My heart still feels like it has been prodded by a sharp stick. It is clear that the puppy could not have ended up in that pit on its own; someone intentionally placed the pup there and then left him to die a slow and horrible death. Zak attempts to rescue the little dog and in so doing opens up an emotional torrent relating to the bullying he suffered as a child.
This is why I read books--to be touched by the struggles and victories people face; how adversity sometimes can launch us into new realms of possibilities and can free us from the weight of sorrow that we carry. Its success has to do with the size of the fight in the dog, just like the little black dog trapped deep down in a pit.
Jun 17, Maggie rated it it was ok Shelves: new-to-me-author , kindle , non-fiction. Rating 2.
This book purports to be about a dog rescue with side parallels to the life of the rescuer who was bullied. In actuality it's a book about the rescuer with a side of dog rescue. Not what I expected or wanted to read. The dog rescue was interesting. The bullying wore thin very, very quickly.
It was all about pooorrr Zak. Clearly he was terribly affected by these incidences and has never been able to let go of his anger. I personally think that gives the power to the abuser. I have ref Rating 2. I have refused to allow them to have the power. The things they did to me was on them, not on me. I learned to fight back, stop the abuse, and hold myself apart thereafter. I have forgiven, but never forgot.
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It made me the winner. I think that's what Riley did. Zak should take a page from his book. View 2 comments. Great book I loved this book. My heart broke for Zach because of his childhood experience and I will pray that his road to emotional healing will now be smoothed out and I have faith that he will be the one that stops the cycle of abuse in his family.
His children will be loved and nurtured and will be able to pass it down to their kids. What a wonderful man who is blessed by an awesome wife. They share their love for each other with their pets.