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The Lonely Polygamist

by Brady Udall

The Lonely Polygamist by Brady Udall
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  • First Published:
    May 2010, 602 pages
    Paperback:
    May 2011, 608 pages

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Linda Grana

Pure Entertainment!
"The Lonely Polygamist" is one of my Top 3 Reads of 2010. It is 602 pgs. of sheer entertainment! Also an all-time favorite with my book club, you just can't go wrong with Brady Udall's latest foray into the life of a middle aged polygamist, his 4 wives, 28 children, and one dog. You will both laugh-out-loud and cry real tears as he takes you on a literary roller coaster of a ride. Absolutely stunning!
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