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Watching Grandma Circle the Drain

by Allen Smith

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This collection of stories and essays is a perfect break from the seriousness of life. Allen Smith offers us a unique perspective on the mundane things most of us have experienced, many of which make little sense though we accept them without thought. I'd be laughing and nodding my head in agreement as I read. Then I'd stop to consider the insight and poignant messages can often wrapped up within the humor.

Each piece is well written and easy to relate to. Sit down with this one and treat yourself to a good laugh. ( )
  Darcia | Sep 10, 2011 |
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