Friday, April 13, 2012

"Tanzer movingly explores the bewildered, anxious and impulsive thoughts and actions of a young man still trying to figure out his place in the world." My Father's House gets Pete Lit'd. And likes it. A lot.

So totally likes it. And so very much appreciates it as well. Big thanks Pete Lit and drinks on us for sure when next we meet. Now, how about some excerpt? Cool.

"The father's fate is a foregone conclusion, but even amidst that great loss the narrator finally begins to make sense of it all, and finds a way to move forward. Which is something that any of us in that situation would wish for ourselves."

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