This is Where I Leave You by Jonathan Tropper

thisiswhereileaveyou

Judd Foxman’s father is dead; and his final request was that his family spend the seven days following his funeral living together in the same house…as a family, albeit a highly dysfunctional one.  A poignantly told story of family, love, divorce, and the ties that bind. If you enjoy the book be sure to check out the film with Jason Bateman and Tina Fey.

For more domestic fiction written by dudes, add these to your TBR pile:

Summerlong by Dan Bakopoulos

Shotgun Lovesongs by Nickolas Buter

Little Children by Tom Perrotta

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