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. : Delacorte Press, 2007.
ISBN: 9780385338905
9780385338912
0385338910
Characteristics: viii, 341 p. ;,22 cm.

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roma1616
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!

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nayoh
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.

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finn75
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.

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bibliokittycat
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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