Beo wolf

Yeah I’m gonna be that guy and make my title a pun, I’m also gonna be that guy who uses an in class discussion for my weekly blog post. You’re welcome. So Beowulf is a dog, I’m here to argue that, it’s just reality now. He’s overzealous and excitable, if he could, he’d hump the leg of everyone he meets, he follows orders and hunts whatever he’s told to. Plus, when he dies in the Headley translation, he’s referred to by his owners as their “best boi”. And now for something totally different.

Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog (A Breed Apart Book 3) – Kindle edition by Kendig, Ronie. Religion & Spirituality Kindle eBooks @

Beowulf: Explosives Detection Dog (A Breed Apart Book 3) by [Ronie Kendig]

This is another book titled Beowulf. It’s one in a series of books that you’d probably find in the magazine section of a Walmart or CVS. Your weird Aunt who drinks more wine than water and talks about how she doesn’t need a man in the same breath that she uses to gawk over whatever hot guy is on tv at the moment, owns and loves this book. It’s classified as a Christian fiction adult romance novel. Which is a dreadful, confusing mouthful of word vomit to tell you that Amazon doesn’t know what this book is and it probably doesn’t either. Aside from that it’s about a big dog that goes to Afghanistan to detect bombs with a dude from a company called “A Breed Apart”, gross. So, basically this is the same book we’ve been reading and we can only hope it also ends with a dragon fight.

3 thoughts on “Beo wolf

  1. Hahaha I love this post, what an interesting take. I don’t know if I whole heartedly agree, but I do appreciate the perspective, and honestly it has merit. Beowulf does obey orders well, and incredibly excitable. But could this be intentional? Maybe Beowulf has many dog-like qualities to show how truly flawed a character he is. Great take Jahlan, I really enjoyed reading this.

  2. This is incredible, and it literally has merit which makes it even better. It’s so interesting how many forms of retellings can come in, especially classics in modern-day terms. Petition for Beowulf to be a Golden Retriever from now on.

  3. This was hilarious. Yes Beowulf definitely reminds me of a dog in just about every aspect except a dog is far more loveable than him. Another cool title could be Beowoof. It makes me think more a little bit about what we talked about in class today and what makes a ‘werewolf’.

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