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A Single Happened Thing

CHARACTERS ´ A Single Happened Thing It's the late Nineties on the Upper West Side and book publicist David Felb née Felber née Felberstein can sense his world shrinking He is stuck in the slow lane at ''a venerable second tier publishing house'' and feeling the encroaching changes technology will bring as he struggles to maintain a bond with his wife and three young daughters Into t. I received this via Goodreads Giveaways in exchange for my honest review All my opinions are my own This was a great book I m not a huge fan of baseball and shots aren t always my cup of tea When I first started to read the book I was a little sceptical and was looking for a book to read till I found another oneBut I found that I was pulled into the story and it was about a man and his family and what happened to his family when his wife couldn t accept that he had seen a ghost I couldn t put it down It was written so well and I was drawn into the story A must read

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CHARACTERS ´ A Single Happened Thing He void steps Fred ''Sure Shot'' Dunlap a tweed clad waxed mustached nineteenth century baseball legend with still impeccable timing who died penniless and obscure and seems to need something from Felb Or is it the other way around Felb dutifully goes to weekly psychiatrist appointments at his wife's insistence but when his hard to reach baseball ma. Full disclosure I m not a baseball fan I haven t thought much about the sport since my teenage years when I played softball in the local Missy League and used to hang out at the stadium of the Minor League ScrantonWilkes Barre Red Barrons now called the RailRiders mostly for the sake of meeting boys However I know enough about it to understand the excitement and tension of the game that the author adeptly described And I do love learning about new things when I read Now I know about the history of the game of baseball including the various different rules and standards in play in the late 1800 s Where I think this book fell just short of hitting it out of the park one and only baseball pun in this review I promise was how the narrator kept hammering away at the I am so ordinary theme I understood it in the beginning where it served the purpose of creating a contrast between his normal life and the very other than normal events that happened to him But after that I felt it became too overused and pedantic I loved the author s treatment of the character Iona She stood out as a character with depth and intelligence beyond her years while still being a fun teenage girl And her father the protagonist was in constant respectful awe of her That was refreshing and lovely I just stopped myself from using a metaphor about it being like the the scent of freshly mowed outfield grass You see No baseball puns just like I promised The writing itself was uite good His voice was well established early on and had a good momentum as it carried through both everyday life the baseball moments and the possibly supernatural events When Iona s essays were featured they had their own distinctly different feel and tone and yet there was enough of an underlying similarity that they were believably the work of the narrator s daughter I also enjoyed the author s treatment of the concept of the passage of time He was able to tap into the rhythm of a baseball game the innings the time spent at bat the time that a ball spent careening from a bat to a glove and used it to stitch connections with the passage of time in the daily life of a family in the changes in a marriage in the growing up of a daughter It was a good read overall I would recommend it to my baseball fan friends and those who enjoy family themes as well 2nd Love หนุ่มเฮ้วสาวเปรี้ยว รักเดียวโดนใจ died penniless and obscure and seems to need something from Felb Or is it the other way around Felb 盾の勇者の成り上がり 2 dutifully goes to weekly psychiatrist appointments at his wife's insistence but when his hard to reach baseball ma. 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CHARACTERS ´ A Single Happened Thing D teenage daughter develops her own fascination he can feel a chance to recapture something lostDaniel Paisner's enchanting new novel about neurosis intimacy and balancing familial needs while juggling two careers and the demands of modern life is also a charming and memorable parable about losing your mind and finding yourself in the age of anxiety. I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads GiveawaysThis goes from being a bit of paranormal mystery to of an examination of aging and family relationships with a lot about the history of baseball mixed in It has uirky neurotic first person narration with little dialogue so that does make it a denser read but it is often uite funny and pays off I did skim through a lot of the baseball stuff If you re interested in the history of baseball that probably would help you enjoy all of the aspects of this book a bit I did wish there had been a bit of Dunlap the baseball player from the past maybe just because I liked the character and became a bit attached I enjoyed the way the story shifted from Felb s midlife crisis to his daughter Iona s coming of age I also liked Felb s voice and found it to be a different and fun read overall


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    READ Ó PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Î Daniel Paisner [A Single Happened Thing] Free ã Daniel Paisner Daniel Paisner Î 1 CHARACTERS Full disclosure I'm not a baseball fan I haven't thought much about the sport since my teenage years when I played softball in the local Missy League and used to hang out at the stadium of the Minor League ScrantonWilkes Barre Red Barrons now called the RailRiders mostly for the sake of meeting boys However I know enough about it to understand the excitement and tension of the game that the author adeptly described An

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    [A Single Happened Thing] Free ã Daniel Paisner READ Ó PLUSPRODUCTIONS.CO Î Daniel Paisner I received a free copy of this book through Goodreads GiveawaysThis goes from being a bit of paranormal mystery to of an ex

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    [A Single Happened Thing] Free ã Daniel Paisner A Single Happened Thing both is and is not a baseball bookIt’s really a book about growing up and getting older as Felb considers his own successes and perceived mediocrities while watching his oldest daughter come into her own both on and off the field It’s also about how people deal with an inexplicable phenomenon and how their different ways of dealing with it pull them together and apartPlus baseball You’ll probably lea

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    [A Single Happened Thing] Free ã Daniel Paisner This is a book that involves a lot of baseball recollections and history That's what attracted me when I read about it on Self Aware The stuff

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    [A Single Happened Thing] Free ã Daniel Paisner Great story about a father dealing with the supernatural while trying to get his family to understand Great story about a father and daughter and trying to make sense of what happened to him If you love baseball this is a book for you

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  • Paperback
  • 240
  • A Single Happened Thing
  • Daniel Paisner
  • English
  • 14 March 2020
  • 9780984764839