Wow--if the expletive in the title was listed in the catalog I might have avoided this book. The author warns you in the intro about his foul language and dysfunctional family. I think he is the biggest problem--an overgrown frat boy who can't deal with his emotions any other way than by drinking heavily and swearing profusely. Very sad and pathetic. The only redeeming part of this book is to see the grace with which is father confronts his disease and impending death. Not sure you want to wade through all the dreck to get to that, though. Grow up, dude.
If you don't want to see a lot of profanity, don't read this book. I decided pretty quickly not to continue and stopped reading early on.
i just finished reading this book, although i confess I did not read every page, actually i skipped many due to the use of language which showed the author's poverty of spirit.
i certainly felt the love he and the family have for each other, yet this book left me with an uncomfortable taste.
what purpose did all that foul language have that could not have been better expressed without it?
A profane and irreverent recounting of how Dan, aged 25, and his siblings struggle to care for their dad, who is diagnosed with ALS at age 53, even as their mother battles cancer. The opening is weak, but stay with it--it improves enormously. The profanity, rather than being offensive, provides a much needed outlet for the family's anger and grief. Dan describes a family that is very wacky and very inspiring.
I forced myself to read as far as page 45. That was more than enough.
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