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In Wally Lamb’s pitch perfect new novel,it is 1964. LBJ and Lady Bird are in theWhite House, Meet the Beatles is on everyone’sturntable, and ten-year-old Felix Funicello(distant cousin of the iconic Annette!) is doinghis best to navigate fifth grade—easier said thandone when scary movies still give you nightmaresand you bear a striking resemblance to a certainadorable cartoon boy. But there are several thingsyoung Felix can depend on: the birds and beesare puzzling, television is magical, and this is oneChristmas he’s never going to forget.
I am reminded of journey through Catholic grade school. It is good to remember. While not perfect it is tasteful.Published 12 days ago by John F. Ziolkowski
if you are a baby boomer...you will love this book! it will bring back funny memories.Published 12 days ago by Cheryl McIntyre
I'm a huge Wally Lamb fan so when my book club picked this book, I knew I was going to love it. And I wasn't let down by Wishin and Hopin. Read morePublished 14 days ago by abiddings
This book was hard to get into. I think I missed the plot. Wait, was there a plot? It dragged and just didn't do it for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Felecia
Wally Lamb is one of my favorite authors, and this book is the epitome of why... the writing is so colorful and creative and very easy to get lost in the story!Published 2 months ago by Colleen Robinson