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Nobody's Fool by Richard Russo
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Jul 29, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: award-winning-author, bookcrossing

My first Richard Russo and I loved it. The dialog between Sully and Carl Roebuck is hysterical, it reminds me of how boys spoke to each other when I was in junior high. Sully's commitment issues whether it is jobs friends , or family keep him from getting ahead in life. Nobody's fool follows five (non-consecutive) days of Sully's life, we get to see the havoc he causes in the lives of others starting with his landlady Miss Beryl and ending with his son Peter. I highly recommend this book

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