Recently widowed and struggling to plan his wife's funeral, Harry Rent finds himself in an unfortunate conundrum. He finds himself in love. From his first dreams of Molly, the obsidian-haired waitress at his local diner, Harry, Revisedtraces the emotional transformation of Harry Rent, one hapless, kind, complex man (a little past his prime). This funny, poignant and beautifully written novel follows a man embracing his future by finally facing up to his past.
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HARRY, REVISEDUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
In L.A. blogger Sarvas's debut, a guilt-ridden 40-something doctor, stunned by his wife's death during cosmetic surgery, tries to remake himself with the aid of two waitresses, an abridged edition of ... Read full review
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