A review by jesspotter
The Dog Park Club by Cynthia Robinson


the cover is cute, but that's about the only interest this book held for me. I read about half before I was forced to admit the plot and the writing were not going to improve any. It plods and assumes the reader has little intelligence to sort out details on thier own, and the author seems oddly preoccupied with describing the racial background/heritage of every SINGLE character, even the 'supporting roles' (if they could be counted as supporting something so flat, it would require no support at all).

Sorry Ms. Robinson, but I find it hard to believe you were emotionally invested in writing this.