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Throughout the book, Fries achieves a narrative voice that's both strong and poetic.
I usually have such a large pile of books "to be read" that as soon as I finish one -- no matter how good -- I move on to the next one!
I felt my thought processes adapting as I gained a greater understaing about why these two stories are really the same story.
This is an OK book, but I could not get excited about it. Hope to be discussing it with a book group.Published on October 14, 2008 by Old Gardener
I have to admit to feeling not a little ashamed of myself while reading these life-affirming vignettes. Read morePublished on April 12, 2008 by I. Sondel
Kenny Fries' book is one of the best books I've read this year. It is fascinating, moving, funny. I immediately went back and re-read some chapters, which is something I never... Read morePublished on June 4, 2007 by Alice Ramirez
Kenny Fries brings together two seemingly unrelated threads - the
development of Darwin's theory and Fries' journey to live a full life
on his own terms. Read more