Harry Rent, recently widowed and struggling to deal with the loss, finds himself in an unfortunate conundrum. He finds himself in love. From Harry's first hapless pursuit of Molly, the waitress at his local diner, we follow the transformation of one man (a little past his prime), who must embrace the future by finally facing up to his past.Harry, Revised is enormously funny and moving, a tale of love and its complications.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - theanalogdivide - LibraryThing
This might actually be closer to 3.5 stars. It was well-written, and I laughed out loud on several occasions, but I'm not sure how well the book would hold up under further scrutiny. There's a sort of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Girl_Detective - LibraryThing
I found this book got better and better toward the end, bringing each of its subplots to closure. Harry’s coming of middle age is believable and sympathetic. I found the novel all the more impressive ... Read full review