Little Disasters

Little Disasters

Book - 2018
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It was the exhilaration of new parenthood that first united Michael and Paul. Paul turns to Michael for a favour, unwittingly kindling the spark of connection between two couples into the affair that will blow them apart. Told in the alternating voices of these charismatic but deeply flawed men, Randall Klein's debut is an engrossing story of the bonds of love and family - and our unending urges to test them, even when we need them most.
Publisher: New York: Viking, 2018
Branch Call Number: FICTION KLE
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 24 cm


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May 18, 2018

This book is getting four stars from me because of the suspense created by the phantom disaster shooting a plume of smoke into the sky in Manhattan. I do love a book set in NYC. Our two main characters-- Michael and Paul--find themselves on opposite ends of the borough and it takes each of them hours to get to their chosen destination. We see this story developing on the day of the "disaster", but also see the timeline of the past year (impending disaster, for sure) from the perspective of the two men. Quite frankly I find them both to be unlikeable and unreliable. Of the two women, Rebecca is the most likeable especially for her ninja cookie skills. Jenny is a hot mess.

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