Another Day, Another Dog by Trevor Rowe is a gentle memoir. Imagine you wander into a small English village, find the ancient, inviting pub and open the door to a cool, quiet inner sanctum of a room. You notice an interesting older man sitting in the corner with a few friends. As you listen (you aren’t really eavesdropping because the room is small enough and there aren’t too many people here now that you can easily hear the Englishman’s monologue) you catch yourself being drawn into his stories.
You get a drink and wander over to the intimate gathering where you pull up a chair and sit down. Almost immediately you’re transported from the hubbub of the everyday into a gentler, quieter place and time.
Another Day, Another Dog is the recounting of an interesting life as author Rowe takes us through his life living and petsitting around the world. More wandering remembrances than direct recount, this book is not for those who crave car crashes and fight scenes. But if you appreciate a little of that intimate serenity of the corner pub then check out Another Day, Another Dog.