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    Hilarious And Tragic At The Same Time...loved It!

    Can feel myself growing up in the 60s n 70s.....wonderfully funny and sad all rolled into one.. Maybe an example to others to move forward and not be bitter about circumstances.
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    Who has got the weirdest parents

    I think the game Richard played with friends at dinner was indicative for his need for normality (whatever we presume that to be). The book is well written and insightful. A book I was very disappointed to finish
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    Who’s Got the Weirdest Parents?

    Richard Glover’s party game of “Who’s Got the Weirdest Parents?” would bring out some darkly funny stories from everyone but his are high up the ladder of dysfunction. A funny and tragic book about dealing with the people who are positive and negative influences in his life, and trying to come to peace with his parents and his identity by delving into his odd family history. This is not misery porn, his sense of humour and natural optimism shines through. I think the love, stability and support of his wife is such a vital part of this story; without it Richard Glover’s flesh wounds may have cut deeper into his heart. Made me feel for those who don’t ever recover emotionally from their Weirdest Parents.
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    Extremely insightful

    What a delight and how insightful Richard Glover is in a very unusual family situation. Families are so complex but his observations are acute and wonderful. Coming from a very destructive family I found it exhilarating and sad.
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    Flesh Wounds

    First novel read in years. A wonderful experience ! I had forgotten how pleasurable immersing oneself in a book could be.
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