Review: When It Comes to Spooning, I’m a Fork by Marc L. Prey

Posted: November 21, 2013 in New Adult, Reviews
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Author:  Marc L. Prey

Paperback, 166 pages

Published in 2013 by Motivational Press, Inc.

Reader Category:  Adult

Synopsis:  No one writes about relationships and parenting quite like humorist Marc Prey.  Now comes his first book, a laugh-out-loud funny, brutally honest and deeply touching collection of personal stories about one man’s relationship with his spouse and offspring.  In When It Comes to Spooning, I’m a Fork, Prey takes readers on a journey from first awkward date to raising teenagers, all while exposing moments that seemingly shift from the hilarious to the poignant in the beat of a heart.  And when it’s over, readers may discover they’ve learned something about themselves along the way.

My Review:  A job well done for Marc Prey in his highly relatable debut novel.  Bringing levity to everyday life and proving that it is good to laugh at yourself, Prey has written a book that often left me thinking, “I could see that as a sitcom episode.”  It is well written and each “episode” offers it’s own scenario and unique humor, allowing you to read leisurely.  I found it hard to put down and finished it in a matter of hours.

I highly recommend this quick fun read, and challenge you to not find yourself among the pages.

Disclaimer:  I received this book from the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.

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Comments
  1. Sounds like a great fun read!

  2. toni d. says:

    I had a bit of a giggle when I read the title. It does sound like a good one. He’s not in independent, but have you heard of Nigel Latta? His books on parenting are pretty funny too.

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