http://i32.tinypic.com/2z7iion.jpgSo (woof) I am half way - I hope - through the chapter where half of the dialogue is (woof) carried by Louie-the-dog. That's him with his own commentary (woof) in the background.You see, with the exact time line and the alternating chapters between the good guys (woof) and the bad guys, I needed a short chapter where the good guys - well - alternated. But it was not to be a carbon copy (remember those) of the bad guys. But - close enough.So, what with one thing and another, that left Louie (WOOF!) and one other character to spend some quality time (quality to Louie who, you know, had to go) as the time line moves ever closer to the conclusion. And the human character has some salient points to reveal. And, it's not a first-person narration. So that leaves Louie.Louie is well trained and effective at what he does, so it is not really surprising that he holds up his end of the dialogue with consistency and elan.OK - one last time."WOOF."