How to Talk to A Widower

How to Talk to A Widower

Book - 2007
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The acclaimed author of The Book of Joe and Everything Changes tackles love, lust, and loss in the suburbs, in a stunning novel that is by turns heartfelt and riotously funny.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Bantam Dell, 2007
ISBN: 9780385338905
Branch Call Number: F TRO


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Feb 06, 2019

This is my 1st time to comment on a book after decades of reading. I'm giving it 5+ stars! This is how grief can do to you, family is hands down the most important factor that can either help or lose you. I loved it!

Jul 05, 2016

A moving and hilarious take on coping with grief and that awkward phase of life when you're too young to be so run down and too old to tolerate B.S.

May 29, 2013

I loved the main character as someone you can relate to and feel for. A great read. Every book by this author is a winner!

smc01 Aug 23, 2012

This book made me laugh and cry. I really cared about the characters, even though some of their antics are a bit hard to believe. I think it's a fair portrayal of recovering from the loss of a loved one. The humour certainly helps the reader to bear the sadness.

Dec 24, 2010

Engaging writing style with a wryly humorous insight into relationships and emotions. Definitely adult content. A book about love and loss.


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