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There Is No Dog Characters
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What if God Was One of Us? Turn out, God is one of us (sort of), and his name is Bob. Let us introduce you. Or, rather, let Bob introduce himself: I come from a galaxy about four hundred million li...
If Bob is God, that makes Mr. B … what, exactly? We're never told exactly who he is, we don't even know his whole name, and apparently he has no job description. He's described as an "assistant,...
Even though she is the most important female character in There Is No Dog (well, arguably), we don't know much about Lucy. We know she's pretty, she's a virgin, and that she likes animals. That's n...
The most important thing to know about Estelle? She's Emoto Hed's daughter. That's like saying she's a gangster's or Mussolini's daughter. Wouldn't you be a bit scared of her? You'd think she's pro...
Okay, so this isn't exactly the most serious book—but, just in case there's a dull moments, we've got the Eck. Comedic reliefHe gets introduced to us as "an odd penguiny sort of creature with the...
If you have any warm feelings towards your mom at all, go give her a hug right now—or call her, or, hey, just sent the poor woman a text message, because you sure are lucky that she's not Mona. W...
Bernard, he's an interesting guy. He's the vicar (like a priest) of Saint Christopher's Church, Lucy's godfather, and Laura's university sweetheart. That's a lot of stuff to put into a minor charac...
Luke has been noshing on some serious sour grapes. He got dumped and decided that "locking himself off from the world" (45.4) in a creepy, furniture-less tower wasn't enough: he had to start hating...
You know this lady, or at least you've seen her on TV. She's the perfect proper suburban housewife. She has a "prudent marriage and an attractive home in the Regency style," and "She specialized in...
Mr. Emoto Hed
We have no idea what Mr. Emoto Hed looks like, what he does for a living, or what his favorite food is, but we know this: he is a mean, mean man/God/being/thing/capo. He has "something of a reputat...
Like, you know, so Skype is like this new chick that comes to bother Luke? And like, she totally talks like a valley girl and all of her sentences are questions? Plus, like, she's totally into taro...
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