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Jonathan Tropper is the New York Times bestselling author of five previous novels; Plan B, The Book of Joe, Everything Changes, How To Talk to a Widower, and This Is Where I Leave You. His books have been translated into over twenty languages. He is also a screenwriter, and the co-creator and executive producer of the HBO/Cinemax television show Banshee, premiering in 2013.
What works perfectly are Mr. Tropper's wonderful, flawed characters, in this entirely character-driven story.
A great book is one where when it ends you just want to read it again or at least the end again . . . and you do not want to think about starting a new book.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, the first one I've read of Jonathan Tropper's work, and I'm looking forwards to reading the rest of his novels.
The humor, sadness and hope you feel while reading this will make you wish it never ends. Entirely relatable on every level. I feel like I know Silver and his life.Published 6 minutes ago by 80's girl
I found the character development excellent. At times a little too poetic. But just really enjoyed the flow of the story.Published 4 days ago by Michael B. Byers
I loved it ! Easy read. Really knows his characters. Has a way of making you laugh even when it isn't a funny situation --just by the way people respond.Published 9 days ago by Jan Heneghan
I foolishly began this book 1 week before my mother's death and finished it after she was gone. But it turned out to be a wonderful distraction. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Jessy
Good. But I prefer his first book. This was a bit wordy and depressing. But it made me laugh and his characters are extremely like able, especially Casey.Published 22 days ago by cait
A witty, offbeat and touching way to tell a story such as this. I enjoyed reading "This is Where I Leave You", so thought I'd try this one, without reading a review. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Miamigirl
this book is a "Catcher In The Rye" for adults. if you enjoyed reading "Catcher in the Rye" in grade school, you'll enjoy this book even more, now that you're an adult. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William A. Mcnichols