|Editor Snap alfombrilla de negro con marco de color, lime green, 5 x 7|
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Snap alfombrilla de negro con marco de color, lime green, 5 x 7
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Don't ask me why but something about this book struck me and I really liked the characters. Yes, there was too much horizontal mambo going on but the vulnerability of poor Bay really got me in the gut. Ken was a bit (OK, a LOT) over the top and really had a one tracked mind but they were both (the twins) so neglected (poor little rich boys) that they were emotionally and developmentally stunted. The way they leeched onto Simon and Rick was kind of sad and pathetic. If they had had any human, emotional interaction in their lives they wouldn't have, obviously, been so ruined. I wonder what happens to them after the book finishes...
Hilarious. I might have to buy this and try to get my husband to read it. And I want to pick it for Book Club one day. The author is an accomplished writer for Sports Illustrated, married to another writer. While he has advanced his career, covered amazing sporting events, enjoyed fine meals and hotels on the road, etc., his wife has pared back work and stayed home to focus on the kids. They decided that he is going to take a leave from full-time work and stay home for six months with the kids, while his wife will focus full-time on work. How tough could it be? Ha! If this guy weren't a well known author, I would swear it was a women writing with a male nom de plume. He does a great job articulating life as the primary caregiver, and all the excruciating minutia that accompanies making three meals a day, everyday, doing the school runs and volunteering, being the one in charge of camps, dr appts, planning and packing for vacations, always being in charge basically. His wife offers a lot of suggestions "if I were the one doing that, I would...." but gives him enough space to figure it out and fall on his face. The way he writes is hilarious, and I could relate to a lot of what he said. Had this not been a library book, there were many stories I would have highlighted or dog-eared to read out loud to my husband. Great book.