The brothers K

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Bantam, 1993 - Fiction - 716 pages
22 Reviews
While their father mourns the destruction of his nascent baseball career and their mother clings obsessively to her faith, the four Chance brothers choose their own ways to deal with what the world has to offer them. Reprint.

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It's a terrific read, just bravado storytelling. - Goodreads
DJD's writing is funny and pleasurable. - Goodreads
I was impressed with the author's prose style. - Goodreads
First and foremost, Duncan is a brilliant writer. - Goodreads
I don't even know what the plot of that book is). - Goodreads
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Picked this up at Powell's and got swept up into the family life of the Brothers K. Brothers and father are obsessed with baseball - something I have not relation to - but I still loved the book.

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I particularly looked forward to my reading breaks while reading Brothers K. I was glad for its length because I didn't want to finish. DJD's writing is funny and pleasurable. The baseball anecdotes ... Read full review

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David James Duncan has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes & has won a Montana Arts Council Award. He lives in Montana.

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