No Relation by Terry Fallis
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Another very humorous story by Terry Fallis. The story opens with our hero, Earnest Hemmingway (no relation), having one of the worst days ever. When he arrives at work he is called into the office and fired; he goes home to find his girlfriend in the midst of leaving him after four years and to top it all off he lost his wallet with all his ID the day before. When you have a name that is also the name of a very famous person, things can get quite sticky.
You will become quite attached to Earnest and his band of friends.
There are no dull characters in this book and from start to finish it held my attention throughout. I will be thinking about it for quite awhile.
An excellent read.
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Sunday, November 11, 2018
Review: No Relation
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