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I loved the relationship between Eric and his mother.
In this endearing and compelling novel from Robin Stratton, I was immediately pulled in by her unforgettable characters and brilliant, sparkling dialogue.
Witty one moment, moving the next, I'm sure the story will grab your attention and hold it until the last page is read.
Character development is great, but stilted. A quick read with a solid message about life, love and what we really think at times.Published 1 month ago by genevany
I confess to lately being a Stratton Groupie, being lifted into the Strattonsphere. This book has a lot of appeal, particularly to a music junkie, like me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ruth Housman
Every word of this story feels real and that's what helps make it so riveting. I would have to call this a coming of middle age story stocked with great characters, an innovative... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul Beckman
Perfect book for those who want a happy ending that is not tacked on at the end. Eric Storm, a popular DJ, who possesses the emotional depth of a bird bath, loses his job, and in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ed Severson
I was just telling a friend about this book a few days ago, and came here to see my review --- but I guess I'd never posted it. My bad. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tony Press
As you read, "On Air", by Robin Stratton, you will find yourself completely absorbed in the story. Eric (the protagonist) is dealing with with the loss of his DJ job. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Aliwrites
I absolutely LOVED "On Air." It was flawlessly funny, poignant, honest, accurate, and pretty darn close to home! Read morePublished on January 1, 2013 by John L. Stanizzi
This was an honest novel. The people seemed real, like people I've known, and they acted in ways real people act. I loved the relationship between Eric and his mother. Read morePublished on December 24, 2012 by Martin McCaw
LOVED this book! It captures the complicated emotions involved in caring for an aging parent while dealing with one's own mortality. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by LRW61