Steve Kluger has written extensively on subjects as far-ranging as World War II, rock 'n' roll, and the Titanic, and as close to the heart as baseball and the Boston Red Sox. He lives in Santa Monica, California.
The format of letters, journal entries, e-mails, and memos is easy to read and you'll get used to it quickly.
It had me smiling the entire time I was reading it, with more laughing out loud funny parts than any book I've ever had the good fortune to read.
Mr. Kluger is very talented - creating such real, human characters with a totally addictive story through narratives, letters, checklists etc.
Too real, too heartbreaking, so great when the pieces are put together again. Just like life nothing's perfect but love finds a way.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Sure, the epistolary style of the book makes it slightly hard to get into at the beginning, but it actually turns out to make it easier to read, because it lets you know what... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jamie
If there was ever a book that deserved more than 5 stars this is it. Not only was it one of the sweetest love stories ever but so funny I was laughing out loud through out the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Deeze
Kluger's sense for finding humor in everyday personality quirks is amazing, and ages well. If you need a lift, this tale of love being renewed is warm and funny at every page. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mark Barrone
I loved this book! The characters were so dear to me by the end I didn't want to let them go. There is wonderful depth even to the minor characters and it made the book so rich and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Denise Hesselroth
More than just funny, great characters that you want as friends and remind you of some you probably already have. A great summer read.Published 13 months ago by Mark E. Mangione
I read this book yearly. It is like visiting an old friend whether in January relationship owe single it keeps me believing in romance and love.Published 13 months ago by Ba1966
The story is, from a romantic point of view, very conventional: two boys fall in love, college (for some reason) takes them apart, and after almost 20 years one of them - the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
Despite being a flaming homo myself, I'm not usually a fan of contemporary gay fiction. Frankly, most of it's lamely written soft core (I'm looking at you S.U. Pacat!!! Read morePublished 18 months ago by Chris Panagakis