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The Dead Fathers Club

by Matt Haig

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The Dead Fathers Club by Matt Haig
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    Feb 2007, 336 pages
    Dec 2007, 336 pages

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This book is absolutely amazing, at first I was a bit bothered by the lack of punctuations but I later loved it. I really recommend it because it has a nice mix of drama and comedy. The ending will leave you wondering, what happened next? but I guess it's one of the things that makes this book so unforgettable.

This book is awesome! Hilarious, heartfelt, and easily relateable. It opens up the reader's imagination and ability to picture things in the mind. You never get tired while reading it. It keeps your reading sense tingling!
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