Good Grief


3 customer reviews:
5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings

Tony D’Angelo’s brother Nate is dead. His family is devastated, his life is thrown into upheaval, and he doesn’t want to deal with any of it. Not with his brother’s death, not with his guilt-ridden father, and not with the consequences of his erratic behavior involving his ex-girlfriend. But when he meets Mikey, a hallucination of his nine-year-old self dressed as a Ninja Turtle, Tony is forced to face all the things he’d rather not.

‘Good Grief’ by Nick Gregorio is a 255 page, 5.5″ by 8.5″ paperback novel. 

3 reviews for Good Grief

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    bobcat golthwait

    it was a very good story , i loved it.

  2. Justin Hunter (verified owner)

    Gregorio captures the nostalgia of a generation that borders gen X and millennial in this wonderfully written novel. His characters ooze pain and joy and anger in unrelenting bursts. Gregorio masterfully destroys his characters – takes them further down paths than the reader might expect – before offering the opportunity for redemption. And that is what makes the novel feel. It reads true. Well done.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    one of your students

    didnt read the book but it looks good keep up the good work

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