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  • By J. Kaye Oldner
    Dec 28, 2007
    "Loved it!" Christine Peetz at the age of twenty-eight finds herself divorced. She’s been married for close to a decade. Getting back into the dating scene wasn’t exactly easy; and well, what she found fun prior to getting married at nineteen didn’t sound possible, especially with two boys to care for. Age has made her smarter though, less gullible. In "Fly Paper for Freaks", Christine lists twenty-two types of freaks she and her friends have encountered over the past three years. Each freak has a chapter which includes a summary of the relationship, some lasting longer than others. The lessons learned which accompany each freak are perceptively humorous. A group called the Double Secret Happy Hour Society, a group consisting of Christine Peetz’s married men friends add funny and sometimes gross comments to make the reader laugh out loud. Like the Happy Hour gang, the author’s writing to be a bit rough around the edges. Still, I found myself completely... More > enthralled, unable to stop reading. From: J. Kaye at< Less
  • By thomas shubnell
    Dec 19, 2007
    "Fly paper" I really enjoyed the book. It is a quick read and an insightful look into the things we all find out too late. Having been divorced for a few years myself, it made me think. Luckily I did not find myself among the freaks. Well worth reading.
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Product Details

christine peetz
December 15, 2011
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.37 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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