When Judd Foxman’s father dies, Judd returns home, along with his equally dysfunctional siblings, to sit shiva with their nutty mother. For the full seven days. Having just walked in on his wife with his boss, Judd needs some time to figure out what he’s going to do next. Old family patterns and resentments abound in this laugh-out-loud exploration of what it means to be part of the wacky world we call love.
- Readers of Nick Hornby and other male-perspective writers of light-yet-punchy fiction.
- Lovers of a good tale of serious family dysfunction.
- Anyone looking for the most apt description of Sweet Home Alabama’s ubiquity in bars across America.