"As convincingly as Perry swift-paddles the perilous waters of love, he just as ably limns male comaraderie in all of its bantering rawness and fatherly parenting... His comic touch is equally consistent... The rough and tumble of men and women trying to make sense, eye-to-eye, toe-to-toe never leaves our view. The novel’s final collision sparks operatic." --The Boston Globe
"Honest, filled with doubts, often hilarious, and just a little bit scary, Kids These Days is sure to appeal to all parents, new and old—even the ones still standing on the sidelines, trying to get all their ducks in a row first. Especially them." -- The Atlanta Journal
Drew Perry lives in North Carolina with his wife and two boys, ages 6 and 4. He teaches writing at Elon University. His first novel, This Is Just Exactly Like You, was a finalist for the Flaherty-Dunnan prize from the Center for Fiction, a Best-of-the-Year pick from The Atlanta Journal Constitution, and a SIBA Okra pick. His second, Kids These Days, was an Amazon Best-of-the-Month pick.
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