Time for book club so I am linking up with Heather from Blonde...Undercover Blonde.
This week I read "Twin Study: Stories" by Stacey Richter.
Here is the synopsis from Goodreads.com - "Cavemen Roam The Suburbs, Morality is questionable, teens are angsting, and alcoholics abound. This is the world as Stacey Richter sees it. In spite of--or perhaps because of--this alarming cast of characters, Richter's stories are infused with wit, humor, and keen observations of what makes humans tick. There is no sentimental hand-wringing about alcoholic or absentee parents, lost loves, or the most terrible suburban neighborhood Christmas displays. Richter's characters live, exist, play, and often drink too much because that is simply what they do. Carrying on is the only option. Richter writes with volatile energy, hurtling through her stories while coasting seamlessly between the regular and mundane. She sees the repercussions of bad parenting, forgotten kids, and while she may scoff, her caustic observations never demean her characters. By turns heartbreaking, mirthful, sardonic, and wise, her stories occasionally take a turn into the bizarre. Still, Richter's flights of fancy are not about whimsy or science fiction. They are one imaginative woman's clever and naked view of the absurdities teeming around her."
My thoughts: There are some wack-a-doodle stories up in here. Each time you start a new story you have no idea where it is going to go. If you are stuck in a reading rut, or don't have much time to read this collection of short stories will give you something new with a few page turns. I really likes some of the stories and some not as much but in all it is a good collection.