Skipped Parts, by Tim Sandlin, goes in a different direction than many of the books I read. I asked Vin to share some light fiction. This novel wasn’t exactly what I had in mind. It’s sarcastic-funny, and a quick read. But when the protagonist is a thirteen year old boy, living with his twenty-eight-year old mother in “exile” from a domineering grandfather, family gets a whole new definition. I’m not going to continue reading the follow-on novels in the GroVont trilogy, but the diversion was welcome, even if it wouldn’t have been a choice I’d make myself.
Book: Skipped Parts
October 31st, 2005 · No Comments