Judd Foxman has lost his father, child, marriage and possibly his mind. He returns to his childhood home and reunites with his family for the first time in years to mourn his father’s passing and to figure out what went wrong with his life.
From the subject matter, you would think this would be a somber, serious book about family loss. Good thing the joke is on us because it is one of the funniest books I’ve read in a long time; it had me laughing out loud several times. Be warned though, Jonathan Tropper writes crude, lewd scenes and uses raw language between family members. However, once you get past that, there is a great story of a man trying to find himself.