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I enjoyed the book and Christopher Buckley's writing style.
He says more than once that his father didn't always like his work which might have been a hard thing for Christopher to put in print.
Ever since the death of William F. Buckley Jr. in February 2008, his son Christopher appears to have a target painted on his back.
A pretty good preview or introduction to something most of us will face sooner or later. Not maudlin, fairly humorous, seems honest. Read morePublished 16 days ago by toilet guy
Whoever might be interested in this egocentric book would bore me.Published 1 month ago by Lawrence H. Gordon
At first reminded me of C. S. Lewis' On A Grief Observed but later it was just a delicious read and entertaining.Published 2 months ago by Kakvas
SAD AND HAPPY: A wonderful insight to a highly recognized and prominent family. Christopher's writing just flows and he is so honest with intimate family matters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph H. Race
An amazing story of two amazing people written by their amazing son.
The only mistake they made was not having 2.1 children.
Truly a five star plus. Could not put it down (well I did just to catch my breath from laughing).Published 5 months ago by Lorraine D'Angelo
The good: Christopher Buckley is a very talented writer.
The bad: We can all enumerate the failings and faults of our parents. Read more
Excellent memoir, and very revealing, although Christopher does hold back and admits it--especially details about his mother. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Eliseo
Although not a Republican, I laways enjoyed listening to Mr. Buckley. It was nice hearing his intelligent comments and thoughts.
Much missed now days! Read more