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Don't Ever Get Old

by Daniel Friedman

Don't Ever Get Old by Daniel Friedman
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  • Published in USA  May 2012
    304 pages
    Genre: Noir

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Thinking on the Big Issues
This book is written with the memory of a special person in the life of the author. Although there are times that the story is a little slow, the author is building to a really big finish. Behind the humor, of which there is plenty, you will also be thinking about the big issues of life and how they affect the characters and ultimately the reader. The details are in the telling of the story, so pay attention to the details while reading. The second book by this author is deeper in thought and will be with you long after you have closed the cover of the book. It is good to reflect on who one is and how you got there and how you can change for the better, but probably not Buck Schatz.
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