Bush Falls

Bush Falls

by Jonathan Tropper
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The Book of Joe 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 88 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book!!!!!! This is the second book of his I have read and he has yet to disappoint. He makes me laugh and surprisingly made me cry with this one. I highly recommend this book.
Brent Tedder More than 1 year ago
he writes about real life but in a way that makes you literally laugh out loud one minute and tear up another. Tropper is my favorite author anc i recommend him to everyone i know. once people read one of his books they cant wait to read all of his others!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Book of Joe is an amazing book; it's smart, funny, and deeply compassionate - the kind of book you want all of your friends to read, but you're reluctant to lend them your copy because you've grown attached to it. Joe is about a writer who returns to the hometown he left seventeen years earlier, then trashed in a hit novel. The writer comes home to discover that the people in the town are real - not the characters he imagined and can control. And these people - family, friends, enemies, and a woman he still loves - make the writer confront not only themselves, but the person he was seventeen years before. There is a great deal to this book, but suffice to say that it will move everyone who reads it. For anyone who is startled to realize that seventeen years before they actually already were a formed person, The Book of Joe will especially touch a nerve. For anyone who, like the protagonist, came of age in the Eighties, The Book of Joe may well become an anthem.
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Atthebeach More than 1 year ago
"This is Where I Leave You" was such a funny, crazy book that I couldn't wait to read another Tropper. This book is not quite as laugh-out-loud funny, but the story is just as wild. Dysfunctional people who are very real and very well represented by this author fill the book. The premise of the story lets you know up front what might be coming, you can't begin to imagine it all. It's very funny, feels very true, has it's sad moments. Tropper's great art is his dialogue which makes me wish I could think of all those clever things to say all the time in any circumstances. And I'm moving right on to my next Tropper book.  
KT0109 More than 1 year ago
I was apprehensive to start this book because I loved "This Is Where I Leave You" so much that I didn't want to be disappointed by Jonathan Trooper this time around. Disappointed I was not!! This book makes you laugh a lot and sometimes cry and I did  not want to put it down.  Although it touches on some important issues, they are well-delivered and well-handled.  The characters are all very well-developed and fun to get to know, especially Joe who usually has his foot in his mouth but does not fail to see his own flaws. As many others have stated, I would highly recommend this book!!
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What a great read. This was recommended by a friend and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I cannot wait to read the rest of Jonathan Tropper's books.
tarafv More than 1 year ago
Great read, great author!
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