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The Kitchen Man Paperback – June 1, 2009
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of the book, I just lost interest in the characters and in the story. I liked it at the beginning,
and Ira Wood obviously is an intelligent writer with interesting and humorous observations.
And chapter 17 in the book is very funny - a dinner with the family. After reading most of the book,
though, I just lost interest in the characters and in the story. So I read the last 30 pages of the
book, just to see how it ended.
Gabe is real - smart, funny, not a male model, beset by worries and a MENCH. He tries to do the right thing for the right reasons.
Relationships take work and this novel shows people who work constructively.
Looking forward to another novel. Are you listening "Woody?"