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Fraught with anxiety, little David is troubled why Nuns wear wedding rings, why a confessed killer gets to go to Heaven, why Protestants are buried on the other side of the fence, why there are many half-souls in Limbo because of his spilled sperm. A funny and sad memoir filled with a true cast of characters.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published September 6th 2018 by Cameron House Media (first published August 28th 2018)
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Patrick Book
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3.5 ⭐! This was a very funny, insightful, extremely Saskatchewan story and I loved it. ...more
Mark Coté
Feb 11, 2019 rated it it was amazing
David Robert Loblaw has written a fine memoir, filled with intimate, accurate detail and raw emotional honesty that vividly portrays growing up in east Regina, Saskatchewan in the 1960s. I ought to know – I grew up and lived a parallel life just a few blocks from him! I think I understand what has driven him to pen this and I truly hope that its writing has been the catharsis he may have sought. It is a touching tribute to “the two women who created [him]” but also an inadvertent homage to the m ...more
Sharon Reiner
Jul 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great job at finding the humour in growing up Catholic. It translates for many of us who grew up confused by organized religion. We probably should laugh more. Thanks for the delightful insight.
More than that though, this is a painfully funny love story that honours a brave mother who made hard choices for all the right reasons. Very enjoyable.
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Sep 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a great book! Well written, and very interesting! I highly recommend this book. Read it, you will laugh out loud, and have tears at some points. Enjoy!
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Fraught with anxiety, little David is troubled why Nuns wear wedding rings, why a confessed killer gets to go to Heaven, why Protestants are buried on the other side of the fence, why there are many half-souls in Limbo because of his spilled sperm. A funny and sad memoir filled with a true cast of characters.
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