This was an interesting listen with many twists. But I found the setting - post-WWII California - even more entertaining.
This is for all mothers who have a son - very insightful and rang true to this father. The facts (studies) don't drag on as the author gives good examples and dialog to explain. I relayed facts almost daily to friends who have just had sons.
This is a bit of a ripoff of Dave Barry, but still pretty amusing. The manic character is especially inventive in his responses to situations, but the partier friend gets kinda old. Not out loud laughing like Barry but just an occasional chuckle as the adventure unfolds.
Having grown up in the waning days of the black maids coming out on the bus to the white suburbs, this is a spell-binding tale of perspectives that I had not known. Well written and performed, especially the maids.
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