Lives of the Monster Dogs

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Lives of Monster Dogs US edition cover art

The Lives of Monster Dogs is a novel by Kirsten Bakis about a group of talking dogs that arrive in New York in 2008. They walk on their hind legs and speak with a human voice, and use prosthetic hands to manipulate things.

They were created by a mad German scientist in the 1900s, and since then they've lived in isolation. They still dress in Victorian garb, complete with top hats and bustle skirts. The dogs eventually build an elaborate castle in the Lower East Side, but a terrible disease may mean the monster dogs will shortly be extinct.


Publication History[edit]

  • Advance Reader's Copy 1997- tradesize paperback. Has cover artwork of a Great Dane in a suit. Linework.
  • First edition- Farrar Strous Giroux in New York. Hardcover. Cover art is a photomanipulation of a husky in a suit with a cravat.
  • British paperback edition by Sceptre in 1997
  • US paperback edition by Grand Central Books (division of Warner Books) April 1998. ISBN 0446674168. Cover art is a photomanipulation of a husky in a suit with a cravat.
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