I absolutely LOVE this review of No Sad Songs by the wonderful reviewers at the Eclectic Review!! Thank you, Sharon C!
Grandpa used to be the one to make demands of me. Now he’s almost completely gone. His brain is, anyway. His body’s as strong as the day he stormed the beach at Normandy. Maybe stronger.
Gabe LoScuda is no ordinary 18-year-old. After his parents die in a car accident, he’s the caretaker of his eighty-year-old grandfather who has Alzheimer’s, and he’s also the “babysitter” of his estranged Uncle Nick, or as his dad put it, “that drunken, good-for-nothing loser kid brother of mine”. Don’t fret. Gabe has a support system. His best friend John “the Asian Michael Jackson” and his new friend and tatoo artist, Sofia Flores, who ” is pretty in her own way, but she likes to poke holes in herself”.
As Gabe tries to get his life in order by getting a new job and trying to keep his head above water, another tragedy happens where a little boy…
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