This book is funny. The writing style is witty, economical and straightforward.
Jonathan Tropper does not mince words.
Judd Foxman is a 34 year old unemployed guy living in a rented basement. He recently found out that the love of his life, his hot wife, is having an affair with his Howard Stern like, radio jockey boss. Add to this- his father loses his year long battle with cancer and Judd is forced to return home and sit Shiva (Jewish mourning period) for seven days with his mother, three siblings and their families.
Comedy ensues as the Foxman children sort through their sordid, sexual and often bluntly ridiculous history to try and play nice for a week.
This is a great summer reading book. I read it in two days (by the pool) and now Dr. J is reading it.
Have you read any good books lately?
Please share your summer reading lists-
I'm always looking for great reads.