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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.
Being raised Caholic and attending Catholic SCollier made this book especially enjoyable. I laughed out loud.Published 1 day ago by Kathleen Donnelly
I liked this book. I didn't love it like the rest of his books but it was slightly entertaining. It was shorter too.Published 7 days ago by AMAZON WOMAN
Fun and highly entertaining. I loved the book and have recommended it to many.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
Absolutely delightful. Wish it was longer, could not put it down. Quietly chuckled on many an occasion. Fell in love with 'Dondi'. Well done Wally . Cheers JacquiPublished 8 days ago by Jacqui Nusbaum
I am reminded of journey through Catholic grade school. It is good to remember. While not perfect it is tasteful.Published 1 month ago by John F. Ziolkowski
if you are a baby boomer...you will love this book! it will bring back funny memories.Published 1 month ago by Cheryl McIntyre