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I'd give this book a 3.5. Very slow start, sweet little story about a "normal" family and their diversities. Emphasis on how struggles can make one stronger.Published 6 days ago by Billlie
Can begin as a tough read. Really dysfunctional family but by the you fall for them, warts and all.Published 15 days ago by Totie
I tried to like this book but the plot is too vague and the humor too sparse to sustain me.Ifelt like I was reading a playbook for a family situation comedy that wasn't very... Read morePublished 17 days ago by ronald a. moore
This has got to be the most unusual, barely functional family ever! They make me uncomfortable with their recklessness but it is a look at people who grew up in the same times as... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Page N. Mcdonald
Painful memories were stirred up by this novel's similarities to my family's characters and time line. Anger and sadness prevail.Published 26 days ago by Rick
Well written about a topic that can be tragic. I like how the dysfunction of the family is humorous. Good readPublished 1 month ago
Drinking Closer To Home was one of the s***tiest excuses for a book I've ever wasted time reading...unless you enjoy undisciplined worrisome kids. A total waste of time.Published 1 month ago by Sam
I really enjoyed this story. This is a depiction of a real family - imperfect, messy, at times abusive but still filled with love. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Judea Goins-Andrews
I am still reading it 70% done, has some funny moments, Anna is hilariousPublished 1 month ago by J. Segrest