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—David Rakoff, author of Don’t Get Too Comfortable and Fraud
Love all of Julie Klam's work and this was no exception. SHe's right on the money with all her advice about friendships and her usual funny self besides. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Linda Gray Sexton
I found this book light, heart-warming and funny. While reading it I totally agreed with some of things she said and felt. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Monica from A Southern Girls Bookshelf
I enjoyed this book. It was pragmatic with plenty of real lessons. It made me want to be a better friend.Published 21 months ago by Laurie Aguinaga
Was an interesting view of friendships, how they grow and develop, how some come about as as the need arises and fade as that need is fulfilled and others which grow and develop... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Old Santa Lover
A great gift. A breezy read. Reminds one to be appreciative and celebrate friends. A worthy read. Give away two copies-- a gift that keeps giving!Published on November 2, 2013 by JH Wistman
I put up with the friends I have.
This book explains so much as to why I keep the friends I want to thump on the back of the head, the friends I avoid and the friends I... Read more
Julie Klam delves into the many-splendored and sometimes thorny issue of friends -- the only relationships we have in our life that are of our own choosing. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Jo Maeder