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  • Real Life People

    It comes across as a midlife crisis for the main character who is a journalist at a small town newspaper facing staff layoffs. Meanwhile at home, his oldest son is showing signs of serious problems that he doesn't know how to deal with. It's a little rough, but the overall story of desperation and feeling like a failure most of the time interspersed with fleeting triumphs resounds with me as a human.

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  • Father, Journalist Has Mid-life Crisis

    I was approved to read this e-ARC from Victory Editing via NetGalley and I'm writing this review voluntarily. John Schram, a journalist, struggles with a midlife crisis. As his newspaper undergoes budget cuts and coworkers are being laid off, he questions himself about whether he's still a relevant asset to the paper. At the same time, his son Justin becomes moody and withdrawn, and John doesn't feel like he's doing a very good job of parenting, either. Author Hollis Bush really captured the self-doubt of a middle-aged man. I like the way she wrote about his self-analysis and how he assesses the various situations in his life. I did not connect well with the characters in this book, and though I understand that most people have both a work life and a home life, the focus was mainly on his life as a journalist, but the climax of the story is about his home life, making the story a bit disconnected. #NetGalley #AllTheNews

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