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The Tender Bar
The Tender Bar
Author: J. R. Moehringer
ISBN: 55234
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Helpful Score: 3
A very engrossing memoir, the author tells a wonderful story, heartbreaking at some points but very rewarding.
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I liked this book, as it did not have all of the fantastical stories that memoirs tend to have lately. The story seems to drag, and then starts moving in a hurry.
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A touching memoir of a boy growing up without a father, and his search for male role models--and answers--in his life. Well written, with some beautiful phrasing. Funny and poignant. The author is a reporter for the LA Times, and has won a Pulitzer for a series of articles he wrote.
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A sentimental, sad and funny memoir.
~LLG
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I loved reading a book from the perspective of a young man who grows into an adult. From the very first page I was hooked and hated having to put it down to do such mundane chores as feeding the family and taking care of the household duties. Exaggerating but I would recommend this book without hesitation. Very enjoyable.
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Award winning memoir of a young writer who is raised by the men who run and frequent a Long Island Ny bar - poignant, very funny, extremely staisfying read.

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