May 25, 11
Read in May, 2011
Three grown children return home to be with their ailing mother and their father and take the reader on a trip to their highly dysfunctional and irreverent childhoods. The book is quite funny and outrageous. Most of all it sends a strong message that parents all over the world and throughout history have loved and cared for their children as best as they possibly can and that ultimately as grown children we need to come to terms with that truth and live our lives.