Fatherhood: Does Kenneth have what it takes? And what is "it," anyway? The story of a modern American dad.
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About the Author
Jon Sindell writes fiction in San Francisco and reads his work publicly throughout the Bay Area. He is a personal tutor in English and history, he was a dot-com editor and lawyer. The author of the baseball (and more) novel The Mighty Roman cried at six when the Dodgers blew the pennant, found strength on the mound at the age of eleven, rashly quit the baseball team at fifteen, and was reborn as a ballplayer in his thirties. He lives with his wife and near fledglings, and spends non-writing time hiking the Northern California coast, hugging redwoods, growing greens, and watching way too much baseball. He encourages readers to connect with him at Jon Sindell Fiction – where lots of his fiction may be viewed -- or on Facebook.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
24 hours? Ppff, wow.
Sits by himself remembering the old days
This is a really good book i like treehouses and me and my sister build tree houses alot
A few pages shy of forty, I am not quite sure what the purpose of this story was. The g.grandfather was a deceased war hero. The grandfather, a strong do it yourselfer, the father, an outshape technophile, and the son, a nerdish sort, who wants a tree house. It is not a bonding story, an adventure or mystery, nor is it a fantasy. I can not say much about it because there is not much to say and anything else would give all the story away. I personally did not care for this tale. But it did have a begining, middle and end and it was free. Perhaps the next reader/reviewer will like it.