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Nop, the main character in McCaig's pleasurable out-of-print classic, is a sheepdog run competitively by his Virginian master in the kind of "trials" that test such a dog; when some unscrupulous rednecks steal him, other kinds of trials begin.
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I've said it all before while reviewing Donald McCaig's work, but here it is again. He is one of the TRUE masters of his craft, the proof of which is that he'll be the first to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Fablexus
We have two Border Collies, so we know more about the breed than the average bears. But when a neighbor insisted I read Nop's Trials, I cringed thinking of all the other unread... Read morePublished on Oct. 3 2000 by Richard W. Taylor
Best book ever! Nop's Hope is excellent too! If you love a dog, this book will make you cry, but it is excellent!Published on March 21 2000 by Clare
I have never read this book, but I have listened to it on tape. I fell in love with it, and it is probably my all time favorite book. Read morePublished on Nov. 19 1999
THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE BOOKS OF ALL TIME.I HAVE WORKED IN ANIMAL PROTECTION AND THE BOOK SPELLS OUT WHAT CAN HAPPEN TO OUR POOR DOG FRIENDS. Read morePublished on Oct. 17 1999 by back in time