This slim book is just chock-full of wisdom and poignancy. Sam Peek has survived his wife of 57 years, but now his children are concerned about whether he can still care for himself. Into Sam's life walks a mysterious white dog, who then becomes his companion, even though no one besides Sam has actually seen the dog. This book may move you to tears -- it did me -- and the sweet story will stay with you long after you finish.— From Mark B.
"Terry Kay is a perfect writer for those who love to read. His prose contains music and passion and fire. His work is tender and heartbreaking and memorable."
-New York Times bestselling author Pat Conroy
"This short book moves like poetry....A loving eulogy to old age....A tender celebration of life, made poignant by death being so close at hand."
"Manages to texture a plethora of everyday details with a kind of subtle, supernatural resonance."
"To Dance with the White Dog is what literature is -- or should be -- all about....Kay is simply a miraculous writer....This book...burns with life."
-Anne Rivers Siddons
"A hauntingly beautiful story about love, family, and relationships"
-The Most Reverend Desmond M. Tutu
"A master storyteller."