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Dog Aliens 2: Oreo (Dog Aliens Series) Kindle Edition

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  • Print Length: 259 pages
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  • Language: English
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Cherise Kelley grew up in a family of teachers. Her father, Ronald Morris, taught social studies and history. Her mother is a registered nurse who teaches parents about the special needs of their premature infants. Her sister, Kristine Morris White, is a grand prix level dressage horse trainer.

Mrs. Kelley became a teacher herself in 1991 through San Francisco State University after earning her bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of California at Berkeley. She has taught English at the college, high school, and middle school level, but prefers to substitute teach so that she has time for her writing.

Cherise lives near Spokane, Washington State in the USA.

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Great squeal to Dog Aliens 1: Raffle's Name, having ‘big dogs’ and ‘small dogs’ I loved the fact that Dog Aliens 2: Oreo told the story from both sides. Oreo’s background story made me fall in love with him even more! I Love how different Raffle and Oreo are from each other this made the book even more interesting as like humans dogs have different personalities also. Just like dog aliens 1 this book made me laugh throughout especially the tactics dogs use for scent signals, having three male dogs I could totally relate to this bit! Would recommend this book to any dog lover or anyone with a sense of humor. I was reading this book during my last university exams and it helped me relax and take a break now and then. Can’t wait to read more!
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I enjoyed this one just as much as the previous two books. It is another lovely easy read that can be enjoyed by adults as well as younger people. I love the interaction that Cherise builds between the characters and how the story works towards the ultimate ending of Kaxians being reunited and the Niques (who cares about them anyway?!) are well and truly shamed for being the bad guys in it all. I'm really looking forward to the next installment to find out how the Kaxians move forward in their war against the Niques!
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By JS on 19 Jan. 2015
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Good reading kept my son entertained
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HASH(0x91b38240) out of 5 stars great dog book for dog lovers 6 July 2014
By Christine Meads - Published on Amazon.com
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I think this is a cute series and I adore Raffle and now that Oreo has finally figured out where he belongs.

The books starts out with Raffle's humans going to buy him toys and end up adopting another dog. They are told by the people at the pet store that the new dog is a puppy because he doesn't have any back teeth. He is named Oreo and all he wants to do is run away and hunt. He is not aware he is a Kaxian. So Raffle tries to get it through to him that he is but Oreo won't listen.

There are other things going on that you learn about like the Niques are digging to find their ship, and they do. And the rest of the Kaxian gang are doing fine. Lido and Skil have their pups, and Lido becomes a spy.

When Raffle and Oreo move to a new home, Oreo finds out with the help of a German Shepherd female next door that he is Kaxian. The Shepherd didn't know it she was either--Raffle finds out that Oreo and the shepherd have had similar lives--living on a puppy farm and never getting to know your parents. With that in mind, he knows what to do to get Oreo to understand where he comes from.

I can't wait to read the next book in the series about Neya (and you are introduced to her in this book).
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c6467ec) out of 5 stars Dog Aliens 2, Oreo's story 7 Mar. 2014
By R. Ehn - Published on Amazon.com
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What a delightful little book! I read Dog Aliens 1 and LOVED it! So I was pretty sure that I would like Dog Aliens 2 as well so I bought it as soon as I saw it was published and it was good! Young or old if you enjoy stories from the dogs point of view you are going to want to check this book out!!

First the concept of dogs being aliens is so fun! And that the different sizes of dogs come from different planets! An original idea! As a dog trainer I sometimes think that IS the case!!

Oreo is a male mixed breed dog who has had a tough start in life and has a hard time coming to grips with the fact that he can be loved and happy in his new family, dog and human alike. Independent because he'd had to be, Oreo causes a few trials and tribulations for that same new family but eventually he finds out the truth of things and gains that most wonderful of things; the canine/human bond.

Those of us who have rescued a dog know that sometimes the beginnings are a rocky road but when that magic moment comes, it is heaven on earth.

While, as others have noted, there are a few things that are not as smoothly done as could be, if you are the kind of person who can over look those types of things and love dogs, you will love all of the Dog Alien books! I am eagerly awaiting the next one about the She Wolf Neya!

So jump online and go get this sweet little gem!! And while you are at it, hop on over and pick up Dog Aliens 1 and the fun little short story of Dog Aliens: Kaxian Duty too! Both are free as Kindle books.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c63f600) out of 5 stars The Nikes are at it Again! 11 July 2014
By Carol - Published on Amazon.com
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This sequel to the first volume is just as good. I'd suggest read Dog Aliens 1: Raffle Gets His Name first, because it helps us mere humans understand the important differences between Kaxians (which we think of as large breed dogs) and Nikes (the little yappers like mine).

The books are a lot of fun, and are great for children as well as those adults who refuse to turn 21 (which I've been doing for nearly 4 decades now.) These are among the few e-books that I'm actually willing to pay for, and I hope the author continues the series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c2685c0) out of 5 stars Fall in love!! 6 Jun. 2014
By C L Gervais - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I loved this sequel as much as the original Dog Aliens. Any one that is an animal lover knows that each pet animal has it's own individual personality. I love the way that Cherise incorporated the individuality of each animal into the story bringing the characters to life. I can easily visualize their thoughts as they are trying new things and working through challenges and problems. You can't help but fall in love with the main characters. I am really looking forward to further sequels and see where these new friends take me.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x91b3869c) out of 5 stars another easy read 17 Aug. 2014
By Patricia Walker - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I enjoyed this one just as much as the previous two books. It is another lovely easy read that can be enjoyed by adults as well as younger people. I love the interaction that Cherise builds between the characters and how the story works towards the ultimate ending of Kaxians being reunited and the Niques (who cares about them anyway?!) are well and truly shamed for being the bad guys in it all. I'm really looking forward to the next installment to find out how the Kaxians move forward in their war against the Niques!
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