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Everything Changes: A Novel Paperback – March 28, 2006
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He explains: "...we spend our days making three kinds of phone calls. We call our vendors to hound them about schedules and late deliveries; we call our clients to reassure them that everything is on schedule or to get blamed because it isn't; we call potential clients and kiss the asses of the people who will one day blame us for everything." And if that isn't enough drudgery to occupy a workday in hell, there is Zack's everyman, middleman boss. "The trick with Bill is to say as little as possible. He is notorious for his long-winded lectures on salesmanship, and you never know when a simple pleasantry might trigger a mini Dale Carnegie seminar. ... he believes that there is no problem that can't be solved with a ten-minute PowerPoint presentation."
But the job is the least of Zack's problems. He's falling in love with his late friend's wife, Tamara, and out of love with his own fiancé, Hope; his struggling rock star brother is beginning a downward spiral; his roommate, Jed, the dot.com millionaire, has decided to drop out of life and just watch television; and Zack's estranged father is loose on the streets of New York with a fistful of Viagra. And there may be an even bigger problem. Enter the mysterious stranger: a Nike swoosh-shaped shadow on one of Zack's kidneys that just might be cancer.Read more ›
I don't find any of his stories to be hilarious or witty. I note this only because the majority of his reviews state how funny his books are.
As I write this review I am aware of the familiar adage "those who can't do, teach." And I fear I am criticizing an author when instead I should be writing myself. But like I previously said, I did purchase all of Hopper's books. I read them all. And for the most part enjoyed them.
This was a very interesting read, well-written with believable characters and funny moments. The cancer scare doesn't drag the story down, but instead calls the main character to action. There's a good blend of introspection and storytelling. I liked this much more than "The Book of Joe."
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It's COULDN'T care less, not "could care less." Are books just not edited any more?? So far, none of the characters are likable; all have a certain creepiness.Published 16 days ago by Mary Turner
I loved this book. The absent but returned dad was a hoot!Published 20 days ago by Pamela S. Fowler
Jonathan Tropper is just great...always a charming, funny and worth while read.Published 1 month ago by Jennifer
Funny and insightful story that is well crafted, which i finished in on long return flight. It kept pesky fellow passengers at bay!Published 2 months ago by Willem Mare
This author has a style that is as genuine as it gets. His characters are carefully and yet effortlessly developed so that you are drawn in without realizing it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Aurora in RI
Not as good as " this is were I leave you, the book of Joe and how to talk to a widower!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer