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The Incredible Journey is the redemption, paranormal, thriller, friendship and fiction novel which describes the story of a young man and his dogs. Sheila Burnford is the author of this fascinating novel. John is living in Texas with his three dogs. He is a young man but still struggling to find a woman to marry. John is quite happy with his life and he loves his dogs. Luath, Tao and Bodger are his fine pets and they love him. The bond between dogs and John is very strong. Dogs are the only one that John care about and he never intend to leave them. The connection among the dogs is also strong and they enjoy the company of each other.
One day, John had a call from his brother who lives two miles away from his cabin. John is going to leave in next morning and he written a note for his housekeeper. He told them to take care of his dogs until he came back. Unfortunately, the housekeeper did not get the note of John. When housekeeper check the cabin of John, he was not there along with his dogs. They thinks that dogs are with John but they are actually not with their master. After an hour Luath left the cabin to follow his master and he is accompany with Tao and Bodger. Bodger is weak and old but his friends are there to help him. Can John will ever able to meet his hounds?
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- Name: The Incredible Journey
- Authors: Sheila Burnford
- Publish Date: January 22, 1997
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Literature
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 3 MB
- Pages: 160
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0440413249
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