Thought read something light and romantic for a change. After 1 hour of the most vulgar and crass dialog I had ever experienced, I deleted this book. If there's a story to it, I never got there. Just a waste of money and time.
Didn't care for the narration. Julia Glass needs to stick to writing. Book was fine. Sibling rivalry - I just can't relate.
I should have paid attention to the previous reviews. This book is boring. The diatribes of the terrorists were of absolutely no interest. The stripper but good girl is so clich?. The only character that held my attention in the slightest was A.J. This book just dose not compare with the House Between Sand and Fog. Not even close!
Billed as a comedy and a coming of age novel – it is neither. Drugged self indulgent ramblings do not move a person to maturity. If you want comedy, read Confederacy of Dunces. If you want coming of age, read Christ the Lord out of Egypt.
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