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Mom Letters

Downloads: 17595         Pages: 331

Published: 5 years ago

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This comedy novel reports on a Chicago family’s life in one year. It’s funny, but not insipid. Well, maybe it's three percent insipid. Anyway, you will learn a lot about living in Chicago--what it’s like to ride an L train, walk through the Loop, eat at hole-in-the-wall restaurants, etc. If you like Chicago and kids, you’ll really like Mom Letters. It's FREE, and ready for download now!

Lucy Palmer

a different style of writing. I enjoyed following the family's progress thru the year


karen

I thought this was really entertaining. The kids have a great sense of humor and it's obvious that Jack has encouraged them to be as unique and individual as they want to be. Really enjoyed the read and have recommended it to others!!!


Jill

I not only laughed out loud while reading this humorous and loving story framed in Letters to Mom, I also walked around reading parts out loud to the rest of my family. Some of the out of context quotes even made them laugh. A fun and funny year in letters to mom. Great read!


missjenene

wow i love to read, everything from o'henry to janet evanovich but this guy is so bad i actually got online after work just to say what a waste of time. this is so juvenile. poor writing, poor context. even the order in which the chapters are arranged are inferior. the man if he does indeed have a day job should keep it. i realize not everyone has an ebook reader and the pickings are slim at this stage but i would rather peruse a breakfast cereal box than read the putrid offerings of mr. brickitt.


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Jack Brackitt

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