"Gorant's fine book is a heartwarming tale of how the love and commitment of a community can heal even the deepest and most abhorrent of traumas."
"The Lost Dogs is a page-turning investigation of dog fighting and an implicit indictment of the sport."
(-The Daily Beast )
"The Lost Dogs has the quality of a page-turner as it chronicles the entire story, in all its upsetting detail, of the dogs' rescue and re-entry into the world."
(-Los Angeles Times
"A well-researched, moving account"
(-The New Yorker Book Blog
"The Lost Dogs shows us that goodness can be found in the places where we may least expect it."
(-The Christian Science Monitor
"Packed with vivid characters and dramatic incidents, The Lost Dogs is a sobering reminder that man's best friend isn't always viewed that way. But this deeply affecting portrayal also reflects that fairy-tale endings are within reach when those involved are infused with spirit, confidence and commitment."
(-The Seattle Kennel Club )
"Gorant has crafted an insightful and uplifting tale about the way that nurture can sometimes triumph over nature, and how the remnants of cruelty can be transformed through the power of hope and love." -Allen St. John, author of The Billion Dollar Game: Behind the Scenes at the Super Bowl
"Jim Gorant provides a powerful narrative that is, at times, heartbreaking, but also illuminating and inspirational. You will come away from The Lost Dogs warmed by the knowledge that it wasn't only Vick who got a second chance."
(-George Dohrmann )
"The Lost Dogs should be read by dog lovers."
(-Temple Grandin, author Animals in Translation
"The Lost Dogs is a gripping story of redemption that uncovers the other side of the Michael Vick story."
(-Ken Foster, author of The Dogs Who Found Me
"Jim Gorant goes beyond the headlines of Michael Vick and the Bad News Kennels to richly tell the rest of the story: how these amazing dogs, in the wake of such brutality, help bring out the best in the human spirit."
(-Tom Verducci, author of The Yankee Years
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About the Author
Julia Karr lives in Seymour, Indiana.