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I thoroughly enjoyed this loving and heartfelt look at a son loosing his father.
Roth's story telling talents are intertwined with a sense of humor even when facing travails as his beloved father's death.
It is not a novel, it is a personal memoir, perhaps the most personal that Roth has ever written.
haunting ...... Mr. Roth in the real world with a story that is timeless ... compelling reading ... this story of his Dad's final years will stay with me forever ....Published 10 days ago by Richard March
A beautiful reflective description of a father's declining health in old age. Roth skillfully expresses the many layers of the father son relationship with sensitivity and humor.Published 2 months ago by Ed Mc Hale
It brought back memories of my own dad. He too fought the good fight when he was dying at the young
age of 61 of a painful lung disease. Read more
Just finished reading this moving and tender book by a son who was in awe of his father, with all his deficiencies foibles, and eccentricities. Read morePublished 4 months ago by David Fishman
I first read this book many years ago and liked not loved it. I picked it up again, as my dad just died thinking it would be right for the moment in my life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bill Gallagher
But I'm not in the mood to do it right now. Read it and we will talk about it, it's not badPublished 6 months ago by Milton Laufer
One of the most brilliant and touching books I have ever read
Roth writing is sublime
I highly recommend it