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Stu and Brad live life one misadventure after another, meeting people along the way who are as peculiar as their names. There is the landlord Hugh Jass, a neighbor named DooDad, professor Warren Peace, and Ceya, the lost love, plus a host of characters guaranteed to make you laugh and think.
Reminiscent of the wackiness of Friends and the zaniness of Seinfeld, The Life and Rhymes of Stuart Wart is an entertaining little book filled with puns, palindromes, diphthongs, and anagrams used to chronicle Stu and Brad's pursuit of happiness. These two are not the brightest bulbs in the lamp, but they are smart enough to enjoy the simplicity of life-even in the midst of a few setbacks.
Posted October 1, 2007
This was a really fun book to read. The chapters flow well and it's short enough read over a weekend. The author has a lot creativity with the characters in the book. The story line is grounded yet unique at the same time unlike other 'coming of age' stories. You can imagine yourself in Stuart's shoes but yet still be a little envious of his adventures. It's a really great book for college students and young adults but even older readers can remember those days of starting out in the world on your own.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 20, 2007