Pavlov's Dog

Pavlov's Dog

Stan Pavlov's acting career has literally gone to the dog...


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Down-and-out actor Stan Pavlov’s life takes an unexpected turn when his beloved Dog inadvertently gets cast in the commercial Stan was auditioning for. Pavlov’s Dog moves to LA and ascends to stardom in a late-night talk show.

Stan quits. He has flushed acting out of his system, until the Dog, sick and broke, needs money for an operation - having blown all his on chew toys and bitches... Stan grudgingly agrees to become a prime-time game show host, but finds that money, fame and attention can’t erase the simple truth: there is no loneliness quite as profound as a man separated from his dog.

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I found Pavlov's Dog to be entertaining, with a biting wit and nice sense of satire. David Kurman writes vividly and his words punch up the page. Recommended for anyone looking for a book that is somewhat like Tarantino having a drink with Vonnegut. ~ JD DeHart, NetGalley

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David Kurman
David Kurman David Kurman has spent twenty years in advertising despite never having committed a crime of any kind. Pavlov's Dog is his first novel (that...
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