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    Replacing Dad E–book/E–pub Truly I would give this book 45 stars if I could I really enjoyed this read I recently saw the 1999 made for television film adaptation and although the film wasn't what I would call good many aspects of it uite charmed me

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    review æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Shelley Fraser Mickle Replacing Dad E–book/E–pub A family called the Marsh's live in Palm Key Florida A nice and small town where George the father is a elementary school principal who left Linda his wife MandyGeorgeJr and Drew there three children For a fifth grade teacher who was Mandy's teacher The problems of the divorce are told in chapters by the poor old mom Linda and the 15 year old Drew The emotional things that happen in this story are mostly true Linda works as a clerk at the

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    Replacing Dad E–book/E–pub It was a nice simple read portraying a mother and son's journey through the process of divorce and the feelings that engenders The characters were likeable the diction had shining moments and I enjoyed the image of Drew running Mar

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    Replacing Dad E–book/E–pub Very realistic I could relate to all of the characters

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review æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Shelley Fraser Mickle

Replacing Dad

summary Replacing Dad ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Friends of American Writers Award Once upon a time in the small town of Palm Key Florida there was a model family The father George was the grade school principal The mother Linda loved George And both. Truly I would give this book 45 stars if I could I really enjoyed this read I recently saw the 1999 made for television film adaptation and although the film wasn t what I would call good many aspects of it uite charmed me so when I found out it was from a book I simply had to read it The book is DEFINITELY higher uality than the filmI love the two main characters the story s two narrators Linda the recently divorced mother of three and Drew her 15 year old son They are both relatably flawed and good hearted characters with sharp wit and a wonderful sense of humor The narrative is somewhat dated in that it allows a lot of what would now be considered politically incorrect opinions But in a way I enjoyed this aspect of it because it made the characters feel honest somehow and less designed purely to meet the reader s preconceived expectations It also provided an appropriate sense of time and societal temperament in order to fully appreciate the backdrop of the storyThere were a few times when the tell over show style of the writing made me wish I could have experienced some of the scenes in a fleshed out form rather just be told after the fact that things happened times when I would have liked to have read the characters dialogue for a conversation written out rather than read something like and then I told him all about what had happened to me and what I was afraid of and he was very sweet and said all the right supportive things at the right times my invented example not a uote from the book But overall the experience was very visceral and memorable The sense of place a small town on Florida s gulf coast was VERY strong and I relished the experience of life in a place I ve never spent much time and found myself enchanted by the beauty of the environmentThe humor was lovely and that s saying something since words like humor or funny on a book cover are much likely to make me put a book down than want to read itD But this author struck a perfect balance between amusing antics and the serious emotions of a genuine human storyThis book may not be to everyone s taste but for me it was a lovely experience one I m likely to return to at some point in my reading future

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summary Replacing Dad ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub E courage that families thrive on A refreshingly sweet story of a newly divorced mother struggling to keep her family together Publishers Weekly starred; Gently humorous and deftly written Miami Herald. It was a nice simple read portraying a mother and son s journey through the process of divorce and the feelings that engenders The characters were likeable the diction had shining moments and I enjoyed the image of Drew running Mark through the gamut out of a sense of love toward his mother

review æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Shelley Fraser Mickle

summary Replacing Dad ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Loved their three happy children Drew Mandy and George the Second Then George the First dumped Linda for Mandy's fifth grade teacher The story which Linda and Drew take turns telling is filled with th. A family called the Marsh s live in Palm Key Florida A nice and small town where George the father is a elementary school principal who left Linda his wife MandyGeorgeJr and Drew there three children For a fifth grade teacher who was Mandy s teacher The problems of the divorce are told in chapters by the poor old mom Linda and the 15 year old Drew The emotional things that happen in this story are mostly true Linda works as a clerk at the town dump in the payroll office later Drew has an accident with the doctor s mark Haley Mercedes Then Mark decides to hire Linda to work in his office eventually Mark and Linda fall in love But then bad things happen the roof gives way also the roofer Rex sneaks into Linda s bedroom Linda makes many calls after that Linda gets a list of numbers soon the dog dies and a new dog must be found and named life of the Marsh s is never easy

  • Hardcover
  • 246
  • Replacing Dad
  • Shelley Fraser Mickle
  • English
  • 02 March 2018
  • 9781565120174