Oliver: The True Story of a Stolen Dog and the Humans He Brought Together
He Was Searching for a Lost Dog. He Found More Than He'd Ever Hoped For. On Valentine's Day 2019, someone stole Steven Carino's dog, Oliver, from his car. Having lost his mother at thirteen and grown up with an...
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He Was Searching for a Lost Dog. He Found More Than He'd Ever Hoped For.
On Valentine's Day 2019, someone stole Steven Carino's dog, Oliver, from his car. Having lost his mother at thirteen and grown up with an alcoholic father, he could always count on his dogs for comfort and company. But now, with his beloved Oliver missing, Steven felt utterly alone.
Then, the miracle. In a series of near-impossible coincidences, people from different walks of life crossed paths with Oliver and with Steven. Hardworking immigrants, wealthy suburbanites, car mechanics, deli workers, old friends, close relatives, street cops, gang members, a TV news reporter, social media followers around the world, and one very gifted hairdresser all played a part in Steven's desperate journey to find Oliver. In the middle of it all, Steven realized that no one is ever truly alone--and that the power of community can be life-changing.
Oliver is not just a book about a stolen dog. At its core, it's a story about kindness, friendship, and the power of faith. As Steven says, "This is more than just a dog story. This is an everybody story. This is a love story."
- Catalogue Code 579708
- Product Code 9781400223237
- ISBN 1400223237
- EAN 9781400223237
- Pages 240
- Department General Books
- Category Biography
- Sub-Category General
- Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
- Publication Date Jan 2021
- Sales Rank 372
- Dimensions 213 x 139 x 17mm
- Weight 0.235kg
Alex Tresniowski is a longtime human-interest writer at "People "and has written several books, most notably "The Vendetta", which was purchased by Universal Studios and used as a basis for the movie "Public Enemies". His most recent novel, "An Invisible Thread", spent eleven weeks on the "New York Times" bestseller list.