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Following a summer's worth of drug abuse, epic alcohol benders, and promiscuous sexual misadventures. You cope with your impoverished living arrangements while mourning the senility of your beloved grandmother, the destructive idiocy of your only two friends, and most importantly, the devastating loss of your free-spirited lover. There are things to consider, of course, and it's real tough to think sometimes.
©2017 House of Vlad Productions (P)2017 TalkingBook
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5 out of 5 stars
By Joshua David Olsen on 08-12-17

Something to Do ...

I've read and listened to this book and they're both uniquely entertaining experiences. Ellis' self-deprecating prose is brought to life by Mary Moore Dalton's performance, which was an unexpected but welcome voice, that made some of the more gut-churning descriptions a little more palatable. This is a brisk, visceral novel, with a romantic core, great for the morning commute.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Debra Hartrum on 01-10-18

Brian Alan Ellis Is A Fun Writer,

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Really Cool book and fun narration from female narrator. I liked how it was delivered. Brian Alan Ellis is pretty great.

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