Book Review: The Picture of Dorian Greyhound by Oscar Wilde & Eliza Garrett

Hi, Pearly Greyhound here! Annabelle has just bought me this book – when I’ve read it, I’ll let you know what I think. In the meantime, check out this review on The Strawberry Post…

The Strawberry Post

Title: The Picture of Dorian Greyhound
Author: Oscar Wilde & Eliza Garrett
Illustrator: Pastiche Pastiche
Publisher: Wildfire
Genre: Classic, Short Story, Picture Book
Book format: Hardback
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Description: The greatest works of literature, as told by the finest breeds.
Dorian Greyhound is the best of his breed – well tempered, beautiful and pure of heart.  So Basil Basset, an artist, paints a portrait that reflects the very essence of Dorian’s soul.
Then the moral corruption of this sweet creature begins.  On the outside, Dorian remains young and sleek – but as his naughtiness increases, the portrait starts to reveal his inner decay…

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