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With an original plot and a unique story, this poignant novel pulls you into a world full of contradictions and extremes.
This story is one that is steadfastly gripping to the point, where readers will not want to stop reading until they are completely finished with the book.
It's as if the author wanted this book to be all things to all people, There was just too much thrown into the story and it seemed all over the place.
Elizabeth Kelly writes the kind of books you can't put down. I can't wait for her to write her next book.Published 3 months ago by Amy W.
I read her second book, The Last Summer of the Camperdowns. It was a page turner so I decided to buy this one, sorry I did. I don't find it humorous at all (maybe it's me). Read morePublished 3 months ago by Captola
I read this right before the Last Summer of the Camperdowns! Would highly recommend both for their originality, wit and understanding of dysfunction and the lessons learned from... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jacquelyn
From the first sentence I was hooked on this book. I think I have never read such lively language. Bad things happen again and again but the energy and cleverness of the prose kept... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Diana E. Jensen
This is described as hilarious, witty, funny. I don't think so. Another description says "sad". It's sad, I agree, primarily because I wasted so much time reading and hoping it... Read morePublished 5 months ago by TopCatLvr
I admit that I really didn't like this book and I disliked most of the characters, other than the atrociously named protagonist, Collie Flanagan and his delightfully eccentric... Read morePublished 6 months ago by BeatleBangs1964
Thoroughly enjoyed this entertaining witty and fun read. Reminds me ironically of a few people I know, and either you already have family members like this or you want them!Published 10 months ago by Marcy Y
Flight of ideas. Predictable and painful to finish. Actually skimmed through last 3 chapters. Too many good books and writers to have wasted my time and money.Published 11 months ago by Rosemary Martines
"Funny" books about dysfunctional families always walk two fine lines: Those who get it and LOVE it and those who do not get it and HATE it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by S. Welch