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You Dear, Sweet Man (Book Review)

You Dear, Sweet Man, by Thomas Neviaser, has a unique plot with a very unexpected twist. The characters are engaging and real life and fantasy are easily blended. This book is really about what everyone goes through in life. Who doesn’t try to escape their humdrum life through their imagination once in a while? Well, Bobby Fastow goes a few steps farther.

Bobby Fastow, is just a normal guy with a nine to five going through the motions of life, who’s one day snared by a fast-food ad that contains a sexy woman. It made me think about those Hardee’s commercials with the supermodel type woman eating a big greasy burger. (Those got an eye roll from me every time.) This book makes you wonder what goes on behind the scenes of advertising.

I give it four stars. shiny-star_G1rzWrdu_Lshiny-star_G1rzWrdu_Lshiny-star_G1rzWrdu_Lshiny-star_G1rzWrdu_L

You Dear, Sweet Man is easy to read with regular everyday language. I enjoyed this book and I recommend it to anyone who’s interested in reading something “different” that will keep you entertained. I found it hard to put it down. DON’T try to read on your lunch breaks. You will just make yourself mad, believe me I know.

Thomas Neviaser is definitely an author to watch.

***disclaimer*** I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

 

Peace and Love to All

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