Gabriel Perdomo Perdomo from Morral, OH , USA
This review is going to be very short but this is definitely an ADULT book. The content is extremely mature and was way too vulgar in my opinion I'm not offended easily but this book was so vulgar that it got in the way of the storyline for me. The finale had a section of a surprise that I wasn't expected but other then that this book was just way too much for me.
I really love Happiness and stories/ideas/thoughts regarding what Happiness will be. The edition is a quick peruse with the ability to challenge, encourage or perhaps anger depending on where one is at in regards to church and/or Christianity. For me, it came at the closing of a occasion when many upstanding men of church have passed away and I hope that they have entered a Utopia such as what is described biblically and within the beeps of this edition. Main quotes/passages: "What is credulous shyness? It's not the lack of knowledge, but the lack of dirty dealing. The lack of an agenda. It's that precious fleeting stint before we have accumulated enough pride or position to care what other families might think." (pg. 75). "I had to die on cosmos so families could come see my Pop" (pg. 111)