His friends are always there for him -- or are they Annie, his closest friend, is getting married to a man David dubs "Rat Boy"; Dustin and Cameron, David's cohorts in the city, are doing the unthinkable and settling down; and Zach, David's model of cool, as aloof and evasive as a wisp of smoke, is harboring a secret that could capsize the whole crew. On top of everything, David finds himself falling in love with Jane, a younger woman whose wit and charm are matched only by her instability.
The Big Happy asks the big questions: Can love and happiness coexist? Are we doomed to live out the mistakes of our youth? Do friendships ripen, or rot, as we age? For David, the prospect of happiness has never been quite so depressing.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.25(h) x 0.00(d)|
|Age Range:||3 Months to 12 Years|
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I started reading this book in barnes and noble to kill some time one day and i was hooked! i ended up buying the book... its sarcastic, its laugh out loud funny, the character Dave says & thinks the things we all WANT to say.... i love that he nicknames his ex, i Love that his apartment is trying to kill him and i LOVE that he quit a niceee paying job to find his 'big happy' i didn't finish the book yet but sooo far im lovin it!!