It's the story of how a father - left by his wife after he cheated on her on a one night stand - has to suddenly learn how to be a good father for his 4-year-old son. From washing his hair to taking him to the park, to cooking healthy food for him, and have the boy actually eat it.
It was a quick read, and I loved the characters. It's a bittersweet book about relationships, about fathers, about growing up and finding a direction in your life. The final part is soberly tragic, it had me hold my breath while reading, because I could relate, and because of how well the writer could convey the way one feels in certain moments in their life. Touching, but not melodramatic, so, beautiful.
I recommend it: it's a good, intelligent, entertaining and heartening read :)...Continua