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The Friday Night Club by Jacob Nelson Lurie
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Mar 25, 2010

really liked it
Read from March 25 to 30, 2010

The Friday Night Club is a coming of age story. I really enjoyed this book and how the main character struggles to find himself and what he really wants. The story moves back and forth from the past to the present showing relationships the main character has moved through, and how he and his friends have handled them. With an internal monologue we see what goes through Davis’ head three days before his wedding. Does he really love his fiancée Pamela, and is he really ready for marriage? Or should he fall back into the arms of several other women, Hillary, Heather, or even Kathy?

A very good story that keeps you wondering right up until the end whether or not Davis will actually go through with his wedding. From a bachelor party full of naked strippers, to a “Heaven and Hell” party from his college days, Davis recounts struggles he and his friends have went through. A very good read, with a somewhat romantic ending. I would recommend this book for both people who love a good, modern day social adventure, or even people who like a good romance. This would actually make a very interesting movie!

Per full disclosure, I was sent a copy of this work to review

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