This book was hilarious. In some ways it reminded me of the old TV show "Family Ties" in that the main character is a capitalistic child of a couple of hippies, which makes for some funny and touching conflict. But it ultimately cut deeper than the TV show ever did, delving into the clash of difficult family dynamics, ambition, cross-cultural sexual attraction and a whole bunch of other conflicts, in a breezy, funny and yet sweet way.
It's not great literature, but it made for a very entertaining evening of reading. Kudos!!!
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