Joody – Reviews

frontcover     Family in crisis, sisters in conflict.

JOODY (A Case Study in Post Dramatic Stress Disorder)

Intertwining stories chronicle the life and misspent times of a negligent mother… a careless narcissist who leaves a path of emotional destruction behind her.

Yet for a potentially heavy subject, the book has a peculiar lightness…

— by Kirkus Reviews Mar 2013

This is the story of a mother who was allergic to responsibility, well, it’s actually four stories, as told by her sister, her son, her son’s father, and herself.


*** Nicholas from GoodReads.com

This was an interesting read, that wasn’t something I usually read. I can see some people finding things to relate to in this book. The dialogue in this book was on point. The tone in this book was capturing and something to enjoy. I would definitely read this book again. I would also recommend this book to people.

***** Great Layers of Perspective – Great Read!!!, June 22, 2011

By  patty q

Joody is a real page turner – written with multiple perspectives from those who know her very well… When reading Joody you do not put the book down – with each page you gain a new perspective of this complex character – and when Joody has “her turn” you see clearly into the mind of an “interesting” character.

***** Really great book, makes you want a sequel May 8, 2011

By  L. Petersen

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I read it online and it made my back ache from sitting so long just so that I could get through it. The story is written so well that you feel you know the characters, that they’re real people and you want to know what happens next. It’s a story that’s witty, intelligent and real. It makes you think. Does she leave, what happens to everyone after…?? If there is ever a sequel, I will for sure get it.

***** KK has hit a winner with “Joody” May 5, 2011

By  Darlene M Cox

“Joody” is a young woman who will knock your socks off as she frustrates her sister, and her own children–and somehow gets away with it. Trust me, “Joody” is a winner; you won’t put this novel down once you’ve read the first page.

Greetings from Kathleen K. I am interested in your comments. Thanks for taking the time.

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