Then Maggie's life takes another sharp turn. Her older sister, Jean, drops a shocker, screeching (as always), "What are we going to do?" Jean is terrified. Maggie is exasperated. And Mama's convinced it's the best gossip she's heard all year. But can Maggie tear a page from Mama's book of living large, step back, and let her family tackle their own problems for once?
Maybe there's a god of second chances after all.
As someone that is taking care of my ailing father I found may a chuckles in this novel. Unless you have no heart at all it is impossible to not find this novel to be funny, sweet, insightful, hopeful and inspiring. For the reader/listener that does not enjoy this...go buy a puppy and learn how to love.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was filled with laughter and real life events that I could identify with and relate to. It left me with a feeling of knowing that I, too, can survive all life throws at me. If we celebrate the good times..... we can get through the bad times.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
If you could sum up Driving Me Crazy in three words, what would they be?
Funny, tender and a great life lesson
What did you like best about this story?
reminds a person to grab life by the throat
What about Gabra Zackman’s performance did you like?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I listened straight through the book as it was such a great listen
Any additional comments?
lots of good laughs